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Girls Swimming: Kudryashova Wins Two Titles and Breaks Meet Record at County Championships

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PISCATAWAY, NJ – New Providence junior Sophia Kudryashova captured the title in the 200 free and 100 free at the Union County Championship on Sunday at Rutgers. The girls placed seventh overall with 173 points.

Kudryashova set a new meet record in the 200 free with a time of 1:50.18 meet record; eclipsing the previous mark of 1:50.61. She also won the 100 free in 51.23. 

Sophomore Autumn Keats-O'Connor took third place in the 200 IM and third place in the 200 breaststroke. The Lady Pioneers also placed sixth in the 200 free relay and fourth in the 400 free relay.  (Full results below.)

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Team Scores:

1. Scotch Plains-Fanwood 422
2. Westfield 351
3. Gov. Livingston 248
4. Summit 214
5. Oak Knoll 192
6. Cranford 176
7. New Providence 173
8. Kent Place 107
9. Union Catholic 100
10. Elizabeth 44

200-MEDLEY RELAY:
1. Scotch Plains-Fanwood 1:49.54.
2. Gov. Livingston 1:52.54.
3. Oak Knoll 1:53.43.
4. Summit 1:53.54.
5. Westfield 1:53.63.
6. Cranford 1:55.61.

200 FREESTYLE:
1. Sophia Kudryashova, New Providence, 1:50.18; meet record; (former record, 1:50.61)
2. DeeDee Maizes, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 1:54.91
3. Emma Conlon, Westfield, 1:58.67
4. Caroline Warren, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 1:59.13
5. Julia McGann, Westfield, 1:59.79
6. Aidan Donahue, Gov. Livingston, 2:01.36

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY:
1. Rachel Maizes, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 2:07.77
2. Lindsay Criqui, Oak Knoll, 2:09.25
3. Autumn Keats-O'Connor, New Providence 2:09.90
4. Maggie O'Donnell, Cranford, 2:13.51
5. Kayleigh Messingill, Oak Knoll, 2:14.21
6. Abby McKinney, Westfield, 2:16.48

50 FREESTYLE:
1. Katelyn Fuhrmann, Union Catholic, 24.07
2. Emily Wilson, Cranford, 24.51
3. Keeley Thompson, Westfield, 24.97
4. Natalie Wiesnewski, Summit, 25.31
5. Hannah Davis, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 25.37
6. Megan Small, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 25.54

100 BUTTERFLY:
1. Bailey Gold, Gov. Livingston, 57.55
2. Erika Frazier, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 58.41
3. Rachel Hereen, Gov. Livingston, 58.92
4. Kaitlyn Hersch, Summit, 59.03
5. Anna Dunchus, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 59.47
6. Maggie O'Donnell, Cranford, 59.65

100 FREESTYLE:
1. Sophia Kudryashova, New Providence, 51.23
2. Emily Wilson, Cranford, 53.52
3. Muriel Maloney, Westfield 54.08
4. Natalie Wiesnewski, Summit, 54.93
5. Marina Nunziato, Cranford, 55.36
6. Olivia Barcia, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 55.62

500 FREESTYLE:
1. DeeDee Maizes, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 5:16.56
2. Caroline Warren, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 5:17.77
3. Julia McGann, Westfield, 5:19.77
4. Emma Conlon, Westfield, 5:20.50
5. Sarah Montagna, Gov. Livingston 5:21.25
6. Aidan Donahue, Gov. Livingston, 5:25.27

200 FREESTYLE RELAY:
1. Scotch Plains-Fanwood 1:39.57
2. Westfield 1:40.86
3. Summit 1:41.57
4. Cranford 1:43.12
5. Oak Knoll 1:43.99
6. New Providence 1:44.25

100 BACKSTROKE:
1. Lindsay Cirqui, Oak Knoll, 58.27
2. Bailey Gold, Gov. Livingston, 58.34
3. Erika Frazier, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 59.09
4. Muriel Maloney, Westfield, 59.15
5. Rachel Hereen, Gov. Livingston, 1:00.25
6. Arianna Russo, Oak Knoll, 1:00.35

100 BREASTSTROKE:
1. Rachel Maizes, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 1:04.72; meet record (previous record, 1:04.88)
2. Katelyn Fuhrmann, Union Catholic, 1:04.97
3. Autumn Keats-O'Connor, New Providence, 1:06.73
4. Anna Dunchus, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 1:08.58
5. Kayleigh Messengill, Oak Knoll, 1:12.04
6. Sofia Leonetti, Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 1:12.34

400 FREESTYLE RELAY:
1. Scotch Plains-Fanwood 3:38.23
2. Westfield 3:40.08
3. Gov. Livingston 3:43.70
4. New Providence 3:47.22
5. Summit 3:58.60
6. Kent Place 4:05.42.

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