Spartans Snap 10 Year Old School Record in the 200 Freestyle Relay
Callen Aulizia is now one of top two fastest sophomore sprinters in Ohio. Aulizia placed 6th in the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.11. His times of 21.06 in the 50 free and the 46.49 in the 100 free the week before at the district meet ranks him as the second fastest sprinter in school history. His 100 free time of 47.10 placed 14th at this year’s state meet. Senior Aaron DunLany placed 23rd in the 500 freestyle in the time of 4:50.16. DunLany now hold school records in both the 200 and 500 freestyle events. Aulizia anchored the record setting 200 freestyle relay with teammates DunLany and Senior Ethan Schwendeman, and Sophomore Kyle Kimerer. The Spartans placed 10th overall in the 200 relay at the championship meet. Their time of 1:27.23 broke the old mark of 1:27.40 set in 2007 by Mike Barringer, Kenny Drombosky, Brian Worhatch, and Conner O’Halloran. The same four swimmers placed 14th in the 400 free relay in the time of 3:13.07 narrowly missing the school record time of 3:13.06 they set the previous week at the district meet in Cleveland.