Sophomore Ryan Jee won two individual events and was part of a winning relay team for the Greenwich boys swimming team in its 99-82 victory over host Staples in an FCIAC meet on Wedneday.
The Cardinals, who raised their record to 6-0, won nine of the 12 events. Greenwich’s 200-meter medley relay team of Justin Jacob, Jack Jee, Tommy Lewis and Thomas Hoffmeister combined to win the event in 1:52.51.
In the 200-meter freestyle, Ryan Jee touched the wall first in 2:03.06. Jacob produced a winning effort in the 200 individual medley (2:21.00). Justin Lessing won Staples’ first event, clocking in at 25.01 seconds.
Klein was the 1-meter diving winner for the Wreckers, totaling 197.60 points. Riley Twiss finished first in the 100 butterfly for the home team with a time of 1:01.53.
In the 100-meter freestyle, Aiden Bucaria won the event in 55.78 seconds for GHS. Teammate Alex Khilko took first in the 400-meter freestyle in 4:35.01.
The 200-meter freestyle relay saw Greenwich’s Mark Merson, Ryan Jee, Spencer Plavoukos and Charlie Clark register a first-place time of 1:41.73. Jack Jee had a first-place finish in the 100 backstroke (1:03.05) and Ryan Jee notched a winning effort in the 100 breaststroke (1:14.37).
The Cards capped the meet with a victory in the 400 freestyle relay (Eric Stehmann, Thomas Lewis, Jacob, Merson, 3:52.07). Greenwich hosts Trumbull on Friday, before traveling to Fairfield University, for a meet against Fairfield Prep on Saturday. Saturday’s meet is scheduled for 2 p.m.
BRUNSWICK SCHOOL HOCKEY
Brunswick outshot visiting Hoosac School, 45-13, on its way to a 4-3 win. The Bruins upped their mark to 13-4-2 with their second straight triumph.
Andon Cerbone opened the scoring for Brunswick at the 17:12 mark of the first period. Matthew McGroarty and Jude Brower assisted on the goal.
Will Cote of Hoosac scored 16 seconds into the second period, tying the score at 1-1. Brunswick responded with three consecutive goals.
McGroarty tallied a power-play goal two minutes into the second period, making it 2-1. Beanie Richter and Brower each set up the goal.
Jakub Tepley scored off an assist from Brower and Cerbone on a power-play, putting the Bruins on top, 3-1, 10:02 into the second period.
Henry Foster gave the home team a 4-1 advantage when he scored with 2:04 remaining in the second period. Brower and Will Forrest had assists on the goal.
Hoosac capitalized on several Brunswick penalties late in the game to close to within 4-3.