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The Sherwood Sharks faced some tough competition from a growing Cabot Piranha squad, but came out on top of Saturday’s meet 908-614, with Conway a distant third at 254.
The Sharks won their previous meet by 1,000 points, so Saturday was practically a nail-biter for the powerhouse team.
Jacob Dunn had another excellent meet, winning the gold freestyle and backstroke, the silver butterfly and the bronze individual medley.
Noah Hughes won the bronze free and back, while Garion Taylor won the silver back and Cooper Petit the bronze breaststroke.
Michael Potts was dominant as usual, winning the platinum free, back, breast and butterfly races. Jacob Robinson was almost as dominant in the gold races, winning the free, butterfly and IM.
Maddox McCrory won the gold back and the silver breast, while Cooper Traylor won the silver IM. Josh Reynolds won the bronze breast and James Bolton won the bronze IM.
Dillon Wood had a great day at the pool, winning the platinum back, breast and butterfly. Blane Godbee was just as good in the gold division, winning the free, back and butterfly.
Hudson Cameron took the silver breast and IM, while Dylan Harper added wins in the bronze free and breast. Eric Watkins won the bronze butterfly.
Joseph Potts was unstoppable, winning the platinum free, back, butterfly and IM. Nicholas Heye won the gold back and butterfly as the only other multiple race winner.
Lawson Ashley won the gold breast, Bratton Ashley the silver free, Phillip Stanley the silver back, Mikey Hathaway the silver breast and David Reynolds the silver IM. Chris Geater won the bronze free, while Elijah Keen won the bronze IM.
Jordan Woodson looked good while grabbing wins in the platinum free, breast and IM. Ian Heye also had three wins, taking the gold free and breast and the silver butterfly.
Jeff Oakley won the silver IM and the bronze butterfly. Carson Traylor took the platinum butterfly, KJ Royal won the silver back, Andrew Ragan the bronze breast, Daniel Ashcraft the bronze free and Jacob Cecil the bronze IM.
Thomas Heye was at his winning ways, taking first in the platinum back, breast and IM. Quanderrius Doss also had a platinum win, in the free.
Mason Graves won the gold butterfly, while Noah Steel took the gold IM. Gabriel Kerr won the silver butterfly and Anthony Trias won the bronze breast.
The lady Sharks didn’t total quite as many points as usual thanks to facing an excellent team of female Cabot swimmers, but still picked up more than enough points to help the full team win.
Sami Stafford won the gold back and the bronze IM, while Taylor Adams won the silver back and bronze butterfly. Sophie Gaylord won the silver free and Brianna Wood won the bronze free.
Meredith Lipsey gave the lady Sharks first place points in four races. She won the gold back and butterfly and the silver free and IM.
Olivia Dunn won the gold IM and silver breast. Madelyn Morrow won the platinum free, Emma Browning the gold breast and Samantha Crownover the bronze free.
Avery Ballany had a big day for the Sharks, winning the platinum free, back and butterfly and a gold win in the IM.
Jae-Bird Woodson added a gold win in the back and a silver IM. Pierson Richart won the gold breast, while Carly Morrow won the gold breast. Elea Blakely won the silver free, Hallie Mosely the silver back, Hailey Enggano the bronze free and SoMiah Toney the bronze back.
Alaya Smith had little trouble picking up wins, taking the platinum free, butterfly and IM races.
Maycee Broadway added wins in the silver breast and bronze butterfly, while Shelby Stanley won the bronze IM.
Only three sharks won races in this group, but those three combined for eight wins. Camryn Jenkins led the way with gold wins in the free, butterfly and IM to go with a platinum win in the back.
Tatum Stanley won the silver free and back and the gold breast. Gracie Ragan added a win in the silver butterfly.
Rebecca Lee won the silver breast and bronze back, while Maddie Ragan won the gold back, and Hanna Detar the silver back.