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North Salem Swim Team Tops Lakeland/Panas

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y.— The combined girls swim team of John Jay-Cross River/North Salem started the season 0-2 but has won its last four meets to improve to 4-2 on the season.

In its most recent meet, the team defeated host Lakeland/Panas 95-70 on Oct. 6.

Lily Buckley was a double winner, taking the 200-meter  individual medley (2:30.73) and 100-meter butterfly (1:06.69).

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Other first-place finishers for the team include Samantha Ehnes (200-meter freestyle, 2:19.21); Hailey Ivey (500-meter freestyle, 6:04.03) and Madison Edwards (100-meter backstroke, 1:08.33).

John Jay/North Salem also won the 200-meter medley relay and 200-meter freestyle relay.

The team has three meets to conclude its regular season. They will host Brewster for a 4:30 p.m. meet on Oct. 14 at the Carver Center Pool. After that they will host Bronxville in a 4:30 p.m. meet on Oct. 17. They conclude the regular season with a 4:30 p.m. meet at Copper Beech Middle School against Putnam Valley/Mahopac.

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