CHESTERTOWN — Sho’men Aquatics won its first age-group swim meet of the winter season in dominating fashion Nov. 23, sweeping the events for 15- to 18-year-old girls and boys and nearly sweeping events in two other divisions.

The locals piled up 426 points, and their margin of victory was more than 225 points.

Four boys who also swim for Kent County High School — Shane Saunders, Liam Peregoy, Jack Cullum and Andrew Smith — collectively won all seven races in the 15-18 age group. Peregoy headed the 50 butterfly, 50 backstroke and 50 breaststroke. Saunders led the 50 freestyle. And Smith, who is the high school team’s reigning MVP, won the 100 individual medley.

Mallory Helfenbein, who also swims for KCHS, anchored the 200 free and medley relays for 15- to 18-year-old girls and won the 50 back. The relays consisted of Anna Miller, Lily Golden, Cecelia Schweitzer and Helfenbein.

The other individual winners in this age group were Miller in the 50 fly, 50 breast and 100 IM and Golden in the 50 free.

Printed here are the remaining first-place finishers for Sho’men Aquatics. The meet was held in the home pool, which is the Casey Swim Center at Washington College.

6-and-under girls

Rileigh Thompson: 25 backstroke and 25 freestyle.

6-and-under boys

Parker Inman: 25 backstroke and 25 freestyle.

7- and 8-year-old girls

Viviana Fevola: 25 butterfly and 25 freestyle.

Lucy Spero: 25 breaststroke.

100 medley relay of Lula Bramble, Spero, Fevola and Rileigh Thompson.

7- and 8-year-old boys

100 freestyle relay of Kyle King, Parker Inman, John Yowell and Brayden Moore.

Moore: 25 butterfly, 25 backstroke and 25 breaststroke.

Yowell: 25 free.

100 medley relay of King, Inman, Yowell and Moore.

9- and 10-year-old girls

Julia Spero: 25 breaststroke.

9- and 10-year-old boys

100 freestyle relay of Tucker Ervin, Trey Moore, Carl Dresser and Connor Evans.

Evans: 25 butterfly and 100 individual medley.

Moore: 25 backstroke and 25 breaststroke.

100 medley relay of Ervin, Moore, Dresser and Evans.

11- and 12-year-old girls

200 freestyle relay of Logan Loller, Haley Cole, MaryJane Joiner and Bianca Baker.

Baker: 50 butterfly, 50 breaststroke and 100 individual medley.

Loller: 50 backstroke.

200 medley relay of Loller, Cole, Joiner and Baker.

11- and 12-year-old boys

200 freestyle relay of Henry Martinez, Lynden Saunders, Andy Messick and William Meyer.

Martinez: 50 butterfly, 50 free and 100 individual medley.

Meyer: 50 breaststroke.

200 medley relay of Martinez, Saunders, Messick and Meyer.

13- and 14-year-old girls

200 freestyle relay of Ella Zsebedics, Isabelle Anderson, Madison Ledkicker and Megan Lee.

Lee: 50 butterfly, 50 backstroke and 50 breaststroke.

Zsebedics: 100 individual medley.

200 medley relay of Zsebedics, Anderson, Ledkicker and Lee.

13- and 14-year-old boys

200 freestyle relay of Aaron Saunders, Ben Loller, Jacob Gardner and Isaac Meyer.

Saunders: 50 butterfly, 50 breaststroke and 100 individual medley.

Loller: 50 backstroke.

Meyer: 50 free.

200 medley relay of Saunders, Loller, Gardner and Meyer.

15- to 18-year-old girls

200 freestyle relay of Anna Miller, Lily Golden, Cecelia Schweitzer and Mallory Helfenbein.

Miller: 50 butterfly, 50 breaststroke and 100 individual medley.

Helfenbein: 50 backstroke.

Golden: 50 free.

200 medley relay of Miller, Golden, Schweitzer and Helfenbein.

15- to 18-year-old boys

200 freestyle relay of Shane Saunders, Liam Peregoy, Jack Cullum and Andrew Smith.

Peregoy: 50 butterfly, 50 backstroke and 50 breaststroke.

Saunders: 50 free.

Smith: 100 individual medley.

200 medley relay of Saunders, Peregoy, Cullum and Smith.

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