BHS Swim and Dive Tops the NEAC Relay Meet

Girl’s Team Scores:
Akron Firestone 152
Boardman High School 110
Wooster High School 104
Massillon Perry 70
GlenOak 70
Canfield High School 66
Massillon Washington 34
Warren Harding 12

On Thursday night, the Northeast Aquatic Conference hosted their first relay meet at Warren G. Harding High School since 2019. “This is a conference meet where all 8 teams compete in different relay events only,” stated Coach Carlo Cordon. “Our girls have been working very hard and this was our first meet of the season so we weren’t sure what to expect. Our young girls stepped up and our older girls showed great leadership. Firestone girls dominated, but we are comfortable chasing them
for now. We hit the water again on Saturday with our Quad meet vs. Wooster, Canfield, and Warren.” First place relays for the Spartans were the 200 Butterfly Relay (Madison Murphy, Abigail Mihok, Ella Huston, Alexis Mihok 1:54.84).

Boy’s Team Scores:
Boardman High School 124
Wooster 112
Canfield 100
Akron Firestone 94
GlenOak 64
Massillon Washington 28
Warren Harding 26
Perry High School 20

The Boardman Boys are NEAC Relay Champs by putting together a total team effort. “We only won 3 out of the 10 relay events, but placed 2nd and 3rd in the other 7. This helped us win this meet. One of our surprise relays that placed 2nd was our 200 Breaststroke Relay with our diver RJ Keating
swimming for us, Luca Bounamici, Ethan Slick, and Mason Prosser. This relay helped us seal this meet,” state Coach Cordon. First place relay include the 200 Backstroke (Andrew Yocum, Justin Yocum, Matthew Amendol, and Carter Cailor), Diving Relay (RJ Keating and Vince Tran), and the 200
Butterfly Relay (Justin Yocum, Carter Cailor, Owen Lee, Caleb Satterfield). Our other relay winners were the 200 Backstroke Relay (Andrew Yocum, Justin Yocum, Matthew Amendol, and Carter Cailor), the 200 Butterfly Relay (Justin Yocum, Carter Cailor, Owen Lee, and Caleb Satterfield). The Boardman Boys are back in the water this Saturday vs crosstown rival Canfield, Wooster, and Harding.