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A-3 swimming: Wiregrass girls, Pasco boys earn top-3 finishes

For the second straight season, the Wiregrass Ranch girls and Pasco boys had the top finishes Tuesday among North Suncoast teams at the Class A, District 3 meet at The Villages, finishing second and third, respectively.

For the girls, Crystal River won with 402 points followed by Wiregrass Ranch (356). Pasco finished sixth (160), Bishop McLaughlin was seventh (103), Hernando was 11th (75) and Nature Coast was 13th (56).

For the boys, Ocala Trinity Catholic and Crystal River tied for first with 276 points. Pasco was third with 271 followed by Wiregrass Ranch (218). Hernando was sixth (166) and Nature Coast 10th (114).

North Suncoast girls winners included the Wiregrass Ranch 200-yard medley relay of Kaylin Sylvester, Becca Pindral, Lettie Clark and Makayla Strickland (2:03.10). They also won the 400 freestyle (4:01.01).

Individually, Sylvester won the 100 freestyle (59.58) and the 100 backstroke (1:05.04), and Pindral won the 100 breaststroke (1:13.21).

Boys North Suncoast winners include Pasco senior Matthew Cicanese in diving (351.35), and the 200 freestyle relay of Wes Starnes, Taylor Hermann, Cameron Jordan and Justin Inversso also won (1:38.05). Hernando senior Corey Hartsock won the 100 breaststroke (1:08.55).

A-3 swimming: Wiregrass girls, Pasco boys earn top-3 finishes 10/28/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 11:56pm]
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