Sho'men finish 4-0 in age-group dual meets

Sho’men Aquatics’ Rileigh Thompson won the 25-yard breaststroke, 25 backstroke and 25 freestyle for 6-and-under girls and swam up an age group on the winning 100-yard medley relay for 7- and 8-year-olds on Jan. 11.

CHESTERTOWN — Sho’men Aquatics piled up more than 400 points to soundly defeat Chesapeake Spirit of Queen Anne’s County on Saturday, putting the exclamation point on a 4-0 winter season for age-group swimmers on the Delmarva Peninsula.

Notable for the unbeaten Sho’men were 6-year-old Rileigh Thompson and 14-year-old Madison Lebkicker, who each swam up an age group on winning relays. Thompson won three individual events for 6-and-under girls and then swam on the winning 100-yard medley relay for 7- and 8-year-olds. Lebkicker won a pair of races for 13- and 14-year-olds and swam on both winning relays for 15- to 18-year-olds.

Next up is the Two Bay Invitational on Jan. 25 at Lake Forest High School (Felton, Del.).

Printed here are the Sho’men Aquatics winners from the Saturday, Jan. 11 dual-meet finale, which was held at the Casey Swim Center on the Washington College campus.

6-and-under girls

Rileigh Thompson: 25 breaststroke, 25 backstroke and 25 freestyle.

100 free relay of Morgan Joiner, Jasey Hall, Nora Dresser and Genevieve Ferreira.

6-and-under boys

Parker Inman: 25 breaststroke.

7- and 8-year-old girls

Viviana Fevola: 25 butterfly.

Lucy Spero: 25 backstroke.

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

7- and 8-year-old boys

Brayden Moore: 25 butterfly, 25 breaststroke and 25 freestyle.

Graham Stanton: 25 backstroke.

100 medley relay of Kyle King, John Yowell, Moore and Stanton.

9- and 10-year-old girls

Julia Spero: 25 breaststroke.

9- and 10-year-old boys

100 freestyle relay of Tucker Ervin, Carl Dresser, Henry Stanton and Trey Moore.

Moore: 25 backstroke, 25 breaststroke and 100 individual medley.

100 medley relay of Dresser, Moore, Ervin and Connor Gardner.

11- and 12-year-old girls

200 freestyle relay of Logan Loller, MaryJane Joiner, Mia Barnette and Bianca Baker.

Baker: 50 backstroke, 50 free and 100 individual medley.

Joiner: 50 breaststroke.

200 medley relay of Loller, Baker, Joiner and Hanna Inman.

11- and 12-year-old boys

Henry Martinez: 50 butterfly, 50 freestyle and 100 individual medley.

Nate Peregoy: 50 backstroke.

William Meyer: 50 breaststroke.

200 medley relay of Peregoy, Meyer, Martinez and Lynden Saunders.

13- and 14-year-old girls

200 freestyle relay of Megan Lee, Ella Zsebedics, Isabelle Anderson and Cecelia Schweitzer.

Madison Lebkicker: 50 butterfly and 50 free.

Zsebedics: 50 backstroke.

Lee: 50 breaststroke.

Schweitzer: 100 individual medley.

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

13- and 14-year-old boys

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

Meyer: 50 butterfly.

Saunders: 50 backstroke and 50 free.

Gardner: 50 breaststroke.

Tilghman Overton: 100 individual medley.

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

15- to 18-year-old girls

200 freestyle relay of Lily Golden, Mallory Helfenbein, Madison Lebkicker and Anna Miller.

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

Helfenbein: 50 backstroke.

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

15- to 18-year-old boys

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

Saunders: 50 butterfly and 50 free.

Peregoy: 50 backstroke.

Smith: 50 breaststroke and 100 individual medley.

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

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