The Greenwich High School girls swimming team added two decisive wins to its ledger, defeating Fairfield Warde and host Fairfield Ludlowe on Monday.
The Cardinals (4-0, 3-0 FCIAC) beat Ludlowe, 92-63, and topped Warde, 120-40. Meghan Lynch won the 200-meter individual medley for GHS in 2:22.14. She also placed first in the 100 breaststroke (1:15.62). Lynch was part of the Cardinals’ winning 200 medley relay team, which included Ainsleigh Winget, Emily Warner and Taylor Schinto.
Schinto (28.46), Warner (28.49) and Juliette Mangini (30.21) went 1-2-3 in the 50 freestyle. Warner also won the 100 butterfly (1:06.75), while teammate Lexi de la Sierra took second.
Lilly Clisham of Greenwich won both the 200 freestyle (2:12.10) and 400 freestyle (4:47.62). Kate Ennis and Kellen Carlson were second and third, respectively for Greenwich.
Kortney Knudsen placed second in the 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle, while Casey Kirsch, Maddie Muldoon and Catie McCarthy gave GHS a 1-2-4 finish on the 1-meter diving board.
The Cardinals capped the meet with a victory in the 400 freestyle relay. The team of Knudsen, Warner, Clisham and Lynch posted a time of 4:08.97.
GREENWICH ACADEMY SOCCER
The Gators used two first-half goals to register a 2-0 win over host Hamden Hall Country Day School in an FAA game.
Margaret Maruszewski scored the only goal GA needed, tallying two minutes into the game. Paige Keating added to Greenwich Academy’s lead, scoring in the 30th minute. Katie Goldsmith set up Keating’s goal.
The Gators, who are 3-1-1 on the season, play FAA rival Sacred Heart Greenwich on Wednesday.
GREENWICH HIGH FIELD HOCKEY
Receiving goals from six different players, the Cardinals cruised to a 6-0 win oever host Danbury in an FCIAC game.
Paige Finneran, Maggie O’Gorman, Sailor Jiranek, Emily Miller, Courtney Swift and Gracie Sunoo each had goals for Greenwich, which improved to 6-0. Emily Gunzburg made two saves.
The Cardinals outshot Danbury 22-2 for the game and led 2-0 at halftime.
BRUNSWICK WATER POLO
The Bruins placed second overall at the 32-team Beast of the East Tournament held over the weekend at Reading, Pa.
After registering victories against Wisshickon High School and Haverford, the Bruins advanced to the quarterfinals. In the quarterfinal-round they topped Gonzaga High School, 11-3, to make it to the semifinals. In the semifinals, they edged Malvern Prep, 9-7, to make it to the finals.
In the title tilt, Brunswick dropped an 8-3 decison to Wilson High School from Pa. Keegan Drew recorded a hat trick in the Bruins’ semifinal win, while Thacher Scannell added two goals. Kyle Yelensky also tallied twice and Nico Apostolides added one goal in the win. Simon Derby contributed one goal for the Bruins, who received six saves from Christian Hartch.
The finals saw the Bruins receive a pair of goals from Scannell and one from Apostolides. Brunswick is 8-1 on the season.
GREENWICH HIGH WATER POLO
The Cardinals placed sixth at the Beast of the East Tournament over the weekend. Greenwich defeated Upper Perkiomen, 13-2, and edged Governor Mifflin, 11-9, on the first day of action.
Cathedral Prep posted an 11-7 triumph against Greenwich, which then beat Cumberland Valley, 12-4.
Spencer Plavoukos had four goals against Governor Mifflin and Brian O’Leary had three against Cathedral Prep. O’Leary also tallied five times in the win over Cumberland Valley. Andreas Miliani, Thomas Hoffmeister and Jack Holl each had two goals in the win over Upper Perkiomen.
Greenwich is 8-2 on the season.
GREENWICH HIGH VOLLEYBALL
The Cardinals posted a 25-16, 25-13, 25-19 win over host Fairfield Ludlowe in an FCIAC match.
With the win, Greenwich improved to 4-3 overall and 3-1 in FCIAC play. The Cardinals host St. Joseph Wednesday at Eastern Middle School.