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Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA Girls "Red" Swim Team Finishes Season Undefeated

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FANWOOD/SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Fanwood Scotch Plains YMCA (FSPY) Girls “Red” team capped off its undefeated dual meet season with a win over the Freehold-Old Bridge YMCA. 

For the 8 & under  girls, Kaylie Gao and Amelia Condell took first and second places, respectively, in the 25 yard Breaststroke and 25 Fly. Courtney Dailey placed second in the 50 Free. 

Leading the way for the 9/10s was Alex Moore with first-place victories in the 100 IM and 50 Fly. Bridget Davis was first in the 100 Free and third in the 50 Back. Paulina Nowak was first in the 50 Breast, with Molly Brennan touching second. Caitlyn Falkowski took second place in both the 100 Free and 50 Fly. Sarah Phillips was second in the 100 IM and third in the 50 Back. Isabella Rovito was third in the 100 Free.

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For the 11/12s, Maddie Sullivan was first in the 100 Free and 50 Breast. Rebecca Ronnen was first in the 200 IM. Fiona Strout was first in the 50 Back. Claire English placed first in the 50 Fly and third in the 100 Free. Angela Panikiewsky was second in the 200 IM. Emma Route placed second in the 50 Back. Emily Wyrwa touched second in the 50 Breast. Julianna Warren placed third in the 50 Fly. 

For the 13/14s, Ellie Richard placed first in the 200 IM and 100 Breast. Rachel Small touched first in the 200 Free and 100 Back. Elie Cestero was second in the 100 Breast and third in the 200 IM. Aubrey Bagdonas was third in the 100 Back.  Maya Grantz was third in the 100 Fly. Nicole Kenny was third in the 200 Free.

In the 15/18 age group, Caroline Warren, Micaela Valli, and DeeDee Maizes swept the top three spots in the 200 IM. Olivia Barcia, Maya Dunchus, and Maizes swept the top three spots in the 200 Free. Valli, Grace Lesce, and Anna Dunchus swept the top three spots in the 100 Breast, and M. Dunchus and Casey Daudelin took the top two spots in the 100 Back.  Olivia Barcia, Warren and A. Dunchus swept the top spots in the 200 Fly.

The 9/10 (Phillips, Moore, Falkowski, Brennan), 11/12 (F. Strout, Wyrwa, English, Sullivan), 13/14 (R. Small, Cestero, Grantz, Sylvia Rozalski) and 15/18 (Daudelin, A. Dunchus, Warren and Megan Small) Medley Relay teams all took first place in an exciting end to the last dual meet of their undefeated season.

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