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Wilton Wahoo Swimmers Take State Senior Title

WILTON, Conn. -- The Wilton Wahoos won the Connecticut Senior Championships earlier this month, taking top honors in the men's, women's and combined team categories with a total of 1,470 points.  

Katie Luchansky was the female High Point winner, and Maddie Smart and Cody Bond were the Distance High Point winners of the meet.  Individual champions were Luchansky, Smart, Eric Ronda and Max Dolan.

"Every Wahoo, past and present can be especially proud of every one of our relays." coach Randy Erlenbach said. "Each and every relay member, whether in the A or B relay, raced and gave 100 percent each and every time.  It was very satisfying to watch our swimmers grow in confidence and ability in meaningful come-from-behind victories.”

Local Wilton swimmers led the charge to ensure the Wahoo victory.  Leading the pack  for the women was Caroline O'Brien, who took first place in the 200 butterfly, fourth place in the 100 fly and 12th place in both the 200 free and the 200 individual medley.  Stephanie Moriarty added by placing third in the 100 back and third in the 200 back.  Morgan Scarth finished strongly to place seventh in the 1500 free, tenth in the 200 back and 11th in the 800 free. Maggie Kaufeld had nice swims to place ninth in the 800 free and 13th in the 200 fly.  Rounding out the group with solid swims was Grace Hendee who placed 11th in both the 50 free and the 100 free.

Stephen Holmquist added to the points by placing 11th in the 800 free for the Men's Category.

Also competing with the Wahoos were Wilton swimmers Hanna Armstrong, Lindsey Cooney, Brooke Hendee and Emma Holmquist. 

 

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