Summit H.S. Boys Swim Team's Tremendous Run Ends in Group B Final Defeat to Mainland, 115-55

Prior to heading to TCNY, the Sectional Champs gathered outside the Main Gym.

SUMMIT, NJ - Facing two-time defending state champ Mainland in the NJSIAA Group B Final, the Summit High School Boys Swim knew they had an immense amount of water work ahead of them.

After all, Mustang sophomore Destin Lasco currently holds several national high school records, as do all three of Mainland's relay teams.

As they have all season long, the aquamen from the 07901 swan their hearts out but, despite a valiant effort, the they ultimately were not able to overcome the nationally-recognized depth and power of the Mustangs from Linwood, who captured their third-straight crown by defeating the Hilltoppers 115-55 at The College of New Jersey.

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Mainland won all 11 events of the day, however Summit continued to fight to the very end, delivering combinations of second-, third-, fourth-, and fifth-place finishes in every event, preventing the Mustangs from delivering their signature 1-2-3 sweeps.

Summit highlights are as follows:

200-yard Medley Relay

Conor Fagan (Backstroke), Will Hedges (Breaststroke), Dylan Ingerman (Butterfly) and Jordan Goldberg (Freestyle) - second place

200-yard Freestyle

Rawleigh Pollock - third place

Alex Jones - fourth place

200-yard Individual Medley 

Bryan Harvey - third place

Will Hedges - fourth place

50-yard Freestyle 

Conor Fagan - second place

Dylan Ingerman - fourth place

100-yard Butterfly 

Dylan Ingerman - third place

Matt McGregor - fifth place

100-yard Freestyle

Conor Fagan - 3rd place

Jordan Goldberg - 4th place

Campbell Rankine - 5th place

500-yard Freestyle

Rawleigh Pollock - second place

Alex Jones - fourth place

200-yard Freestyle Relay

Dylan Ingerman, Jordan Goldberg, Campbell Rankine and Conor Fagan - second place

100-yard Backstroke

Bryan Harvey - second place

Matt McGregor - fourth place

100-yard Breaststroke

Will Hedges - second place

Ben Campbell - fifth place

4x100-yard Freestyle Relay

Campbell Rankine; Matt McGregor; Bryan Harvey; Rawleigh Pollock - second place

Will Kasemeyer, Ben Campbell, Will Hedges and Alex Jones - third place

The North 2, Group B Sectional Champion Summit High School Boys Swim Team ended their regular season with a dual-meet record of 9-1.

Seven Hilltopper boys will compete in their final meet of the season at the prestigious NJSIAA Meet of Champions on March 3 - 4 at the Gloucester Institute of Technology in Sewell.

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