Victorious in 10 of 12 events, the Greenwich High School boys swimming team remained undefeated, registering a 114-72 win against visiting Norwalk in an FCIAC meet on Wednesday.
In the 200-yard medley Greenwich’s Justin Jacob, Matt Lourenco, James Pascale and Mark Merson touched the wall first in 1:42.23. The 200-yard freestyle saw Nick Todorovic, of Greenwich post a winning time of 1:53.18.
In the 200 individual medley, Nick Malchow of the Cardinals won in 2:08.67. Charlie Clark was the 50 freestyle winner for Greenwich in 22.88 and Norwalk’s Kevin Bradley won the diving competition with 300.70 points. Clark took top honors in the 100-yard butterfly (57.24) and Norwalk/McMahon’s Mateo Roldan was the 100 freestyle winner in 51.40
Nick Todorovic showed his stamina for Greenwich in winning the 500 freestyle and the Cards registered a first-place finish in the 200 freestyle relay (1:33.88).
Jacob touched the wall first in the 100 backstroke (55.58) and
Malchow took first in the 100 breaststroke (1:04.86)
Greenwich also won the 400 freestyle relay in 3:27.94. The Cardinals host New Canaan on Friday at 4:30 p.m.
GREENWICH ACADEMY HOCKEY
The Gators dropped a 2-0 decision to Hotchkiss School in an NEPSAC game held Wednesday at Chelsea Piers Connecticut in Stamford.
With the loss, GA’s record stands at 5-4-1. Jillian Mazzocca gave the Bearcats a 1-0 lead with a goal at the 5:21 mark of the second period. Gianna Bruno assisted on the tally. Mazzocca struck again in the third period, scoring with 4:17 remaining. Bruno also assisted on the goal.
Greenwich Academy coach Erin Brawley credited Bobbi Roca, Hamilton Doster and Grace Schulze for pacing the Gators’ solid play. Schulze created numerous scoring opportunities with the team on a power play.
GA is in action again Friday against Canterbury School at 6 p.m. at Chelsea Piers Connecticut.
In a game between two FAA rivals, host Rye Country Day School edged Brunswick, 72-66, on Wednesday. Following the FAA loss, the Bruins are 2-8 overall and 1-5 in conference action.
Brunswick jumped out to an early double-digit lead to start the game, but RCDS closed the gap, as the Bruins took a 33-30 lead into halftime.
In the second half, Brunswick’s Kevonne Wilder’s 3-pointer tied the game at 41 with 10:55 remaining. Tristan Joseph scored the next five points for the visitors, as the Bruins built a 45-41 lead with 9:55 left in the game.
With 6:45 to play, the Wildcats made a 3-pointer to take a 49-47 lead, but the Bruins quickly tied the contest at 49-49 on a layup.
The Wildcats started its decisive run following the game-tying bucket 3-pointer.
The Bruins were down by just one possession before another Wildcat 3-pointer at 4:05 gave the hosts a 57-53 lead.
Four Bruins reached double-digits, as Joseph led Brunswick with 16 points. Chisom Okpara netted 15 points, while Khari Wilson had 13 and Mulshine chipped in 10 points.
The Bruins return home with a game against St. Luke’s on Friday, January 11.