Chatham Girls Swimming Tops Mountain Lakes for 95th Straight

Alicia Iizuka won the 100 breaststroke for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham coach Frank DiGiacomo Credits: Glenn Clark
Hannah Womer is cheered on in her winning 200 IM Credits: Glenn Clark
Nicole Tingley enters the pool Credits: Glenn Clark
Emily Gorham on her way to winning the 100 butterfly Credits: Glenn Clark
Credits: Glenn Clark
Nina Barrett gets ready for the 500 free Credits: Glenn Clark
Nina Barrett on the way to winning the 500 free Credits: Glenn Clark
Abbie Bigham swims the 500 free Credits: Glenn Clark
Credits: Glenn Clark
Hannah Womer dives into the pool as the anchor of Chatham's winning 400 free relay Credits: Glenn Clark
Alicia Iizuka swims the 100 breaststroke for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark

WARREN, NJ - Emily Gorham and Hannah Womer each won two individual events as the Chatham girls swim team gained its 95th consecutive dual meet victory by defeating Mountain Lakes, 106-64, on Thursday at the Morris Union Jointure Pool.

Gorham won the 200 free in 1:57 and the 100 butterfly in 59.24. Womer took the 200 individual medley in 2:10.73 and the 100 freestyle in 53.99.

Also winning individual races for Chatham (7-0) were Nicole Tiingley, who touched first in the 50 free (55.35); Nina Barrett in the 500 free (5:24.22), and Alicia Iizuka in the 100 breaststroke (1:09.61). 

Chatham next swims against Morristown-Beard on Tuesday at the Morris Union Jointure.




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