Neighborhood Pool Party: Summit H.S. Girls Swim Past New Providence; Boys Varsity Also Wins Big

Kaitlyn Hersch swam to the top of the podium three times in Summit's win over the Pioneers.

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Kaitlyn Hersch topped the podium three times and Natalie Wisniewski had two wins as the Summit High School Varsity Swim Team defeated New Providence 94-76 at the Berkeley Aquatics Center.

Hersch took top spot in the 100 Butterfly, 100 Backstroke and joined Hilltopper teammates Wisniewski, Julia Bligh and Emma Claus to win the 200 Medley Relay. Wisniewski -- in addition to her Relay team win -- finished first in the 50 Freestyle.

Top three finishers for Summit included:

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Wisniewski: 100 Free - second place

Emma Claus: 200 IM and 100 Breast - second place

Bligh: 200 IM - third place and 100 Back - second place

Charlotte Greer: 50 Free - third place

Isabel Claus: 100 Free - third place

Emily Kostolansky: 500 Free - second place

Jenn Collins: 500 Free - third place

Summit is back in the pool January 12 taking on Oak Knoll at the Summit YMCA. The meet -- which also includes the Hilltopper Boys taking on Oratory Prep -- begins at 3:30 p.m.

Boys Win Handily

Dylan Ingerman, Campbell Rankine, Conor Fagan and Jordan Goldberg all notched two wins and the Hilltopper Boys Varsity comfortably beat the Pioneers 103-67.

The Summit team of Fagan, Will Hedges, Ingerman and Goldberg took first in the 200 Medley Relay, and Fagan, Ingerman and Goldberg were joined by Rankine to win the 200 Freestyle Relay.

Other winners on the day included:

Ben Campbell - 200 Free

Rawleigh Pollock - 100 Free

Matt McGregor - 500 Free

Rankine - 50 Free


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