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Boys Swimming: Scotch Plains-Fanwood and Bridgewater-Raritan Battle to a 85-85 Tie

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Chris Bondarowicz won the 100 Breaststroke.
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Josh Cohen took the 200 and 500 Freestyle
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BRIDGEWATER, NJ -- Two of the top boys swim teams in the state, Bridgewater-Raritan and Scotch Plains-Fanwood, clashed on Friday at the Bridgewater YMCA in a meet that ended in an 85-85 tie.

Josh Cohen took the 200 and 500 Freestyle and Chris Bondarowicz won the 100 Breaststroke for the Raiders. Bridgewater-Raritan's Ross Bernstein won both the 100 Backstroke and the 100 Butterfly.

Results

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50 Freestyle
Nick Heath, Scotch Plains-Fanwood: 25.15

100 Freestyle
Carter Weiland, Bridgewater-Raritan: 54.55

200 Freestyle
Josh Cohen, Scotch Plains-Fanwood: 1:55.24

500 Freestyle
Josh Cohen, Scotch Plains-Fanwood: 4:06.57

100 Backstroke
Ross Bernstein, Bridgewater-Raritan: 59.87

100 Breaststroke
Chris Bondarowicz, Scotch Plains-Fanwood: 1:04.64

100 Butterfly
Ross Bernstein, Bridgewater-Raritan: 58.12

200 IM
Chris Bondarowicz, Scotch Plains-Fanwood

200 Freestyle Relay
Kearns-Rash-Heath-Cohen, Scotch Plains-Fanwood: 1:41.08

400 Freestyle Relay
Petrillo-Weiland-Pestorius-Quagliato, Bridgewater-Raritan: 3:39.34

200 Medley Relay
Chang- Kearns-Bondarowicz-Heath, Scotch Plains-Fanwood: 1:49.91

The Raiders record is now 7-1-1. They next swim against Governor Livingston on Thursday, Jan. 21 at Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA (FSPY). 

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