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Absegami wins each race, defeats Millville in early-season meet
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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Absegami wins each race, defeats Millville in early-season meet

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Adam Bailey won two individual races and contributed to the winning 200-meter medley relay to lead the Absegami High School boys swimming team to a 66-25 victory over Millville in a Cape-Atlantic League meet at Holly City Family Center on Friday.

The Braves (1-1) won each event.

Bailey won the 100 butterfly (1:00.15) and the 500 freestyle (5:37.80) to help Absegami earn its first win of the season. Gerard Traynor, Ali Mohamed, Bailey and Joey Sica won the 200 medley relay in 1:41.49. Sica, Mohamed, Myles Smalls and Sebastian Zambrano won the 200 freestyle relay in 1:43.78.

Mohamed also won the 100 breaststroke (1:15.97). Traynor won the 200 individual medley (2:02.51) and the 100 backstroke (58.62). Traynor, Christopher Douglas, Smalls and Sica won the 400 freestyle relay (3:48.30).

Absegami 66, Millville 25

At Holly City Family Center

200 Medley Relay—A (Gerard Traynor, Ali Mohamed, Adam Bailey, Joey Sica) 1:41.49;

200 Freestyle—Myles Smalls A 2:16.31

200 IM—Traynor A 2:02.51;

50 Freestyle—Sica A 23.95;

100 Butterfly—Bailey A 1:00.15;

100 Freestyle—Smalls A 1:03.49;

500 Freestyle—Bailey A 5:37.80;

200 Freestyle Relay—A ( Mohamed, Smalls, Sebastian Zambrano) 1:43.78;

100 Backstroke—Traynor A 58.62;

100 Breaststroke—Mohamed A 1:15.97;

400 Freestyle Relay—A (Traynor, Christopher Douglas, Smalls, Sica) 3:48.30

Records—Absegami 1-1; Millville 0-1

Girls swimming

Millville 63, Absegami 30

At Holly City Family Center

200 Medley Relay—M (Cali Sloan, Reese Sheppard, Gabbi Dimapilis, Lily Mahabir) 2:09.03;

200 Freestyle—Stephanie Ruales A 2:25.22;

200 IM—Dimapilis M 2:45.46;

50 Freestyle—Sloan M 27.76;

100 Butterfly—Ruales A 1:15.85;

100 Freestyle—Sloan M 1:09.79;

500 Freestyle—Mahabir M 6:23.90;

200 Freestyle Relay—M (Lucic Chambers, Sophia Crowell, Ella Taylor, Julia Hendershatt) N/A;

100 Backstroke—Mahabir M 1:13.76 N/A;

100 Breaststroke—Sheppard M N/A;

400 Freestyle Relay—M (Dimapilis, Sloan, Mahabir, Sheppard) N/A

Records—Millville 1-0; Absegami 0-2

From Thursday

Our Lady of Mercy 122, Oakcrest 43

200 Medley Relay—OLMA (Isabella Rossi, Eliza McDonough, McGlinchey, Isabela Valle) 2:11.06;

200 Freestyle—Valle OLMA 2:15.75;

200 IM—McGlinchey OLMA 2:31.11;

50 Freestyle—Lana Davidson OLMA 30.86;

100 Butterfly—Davidson OLMA 1:08.90;

100 Freestyle—Hetzer OLMA 1:05.53;

500 Freestyle—Valle OLMA 4:43.68;

200 Freestyle Relay—OLMA (Triesta, Hetzer, McGlinchey, Carley Volkmann) 2:07.76;

100 Backstroke—Rossi OLMA 1:07.98;

100 Breaststroke—McGlinchey OLMA 1:18.56;

400 Freestyle Relay—OLMA (Valle, Davidson, Rossi, Sarah Kern) 4:34.75

Records—OLMA 1-0; Oakcrest 0-1.

Ice hockey

St. Augustine 3, St. Peter’s 3 (tie): Charles DiCarlo and Ryan Vaites scored for the Hermits (0-0-1), giving them a 2-1 lead going into the second period. Robert Romarino scored in the second period to give the Hermits a 3-2 lead. St. Peter’s Matthew January later scored on a power play to tie the game at 3-3.

Michael Benkovitz scored twice for St. Peter’s (0-1-1). Santo Petrocelli made 27 saves.

Southern Reg. 2, Toms River North 1 (from Thursday): Christopher Laureigh and Ben Gautier scored in the first period for the Rams (2-0). Gautier, Thomas Giaccio and Aidan Ruiz each had an assist. Aidan Rowland made 20 saves. Blaise Schoelen scored in the third period for Toms River North (1-1).

Boys bowling

From Thursday

Hammonton 4, Deptford 0: H: Nicholas Stephan (195, 473), James Colasurdo (180, 488), Hayden Seiberlich (158, 382); D: Thomas Gaffney (172, 408), Michael Marlar (156, 437).

Girls bowling

From Thursday

Our Lady of Mercy 3, Cherry Hill West 1: O: Anya Collato (153, 389), Margaret Douglas (145, 371); C: Sara Kelley (139, 380), Emma Chorzelewski (124, 307).

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