MORRISTOWN, NJ – It’s now six wins in as many tries for the Morristown High School girls swimming team – and like the first five went – it wasn’t much of a challenge.

The Colonials won all 11 meets in Tuesday afternoon’s meet with Villa Walsh, and that led to a 122-48 victory in the Atno Avenue pool.
Junior Emily Skilton led the way in a total team effort for the winners, having won the short sprint races of 50m (28.89) and 100m (1:02.87) while also being a part of the 4x200m medley relay and the 4x200m freestyle relay quartets.
In the middle-distance events, Annalise Webber and Nicole Barkemeyer won the 200m freestyle and inter-medley races, respectively, while Grace Miller won the 500m distance race with a time of 4:41.87.
On the boys side, Morristown dropped to 5-2 after being dealt a 105-65 setback at the hands of Delbarton.
The Colonials won only three of 11 races in that contest, with its lone individual victories coming from Tommy Cromie in the 200m inter-medley and Justin Viotto in the 500m freestyle. 
Delbarton's Thomas Shepanzyk took first in the 200 freestyle as well as the 100 freestyle. Justin Yang placed first in butterfly, while his teammate Jon Hua was victorious in the 50 freestyle.


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