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Boardman Breaks Eleven Conference and Six Warren G. Harding Pool Records
Jennah Markovitch and Callen Aulizia from Boardman and Timmy Kubacki from Austintown Fitch were selected as “Top Performers of the Meet.”
Girls Team Scores: Boardman 652 Poland 340 Canfield 262.5 Harding 171 Austintown-Fitch 156 Jefferson Area 132 Howland 123 lakeside 90.5 Ashtabula Edgewood 85 Liberty 24
Boys Team Scores: Boardman 533 Canfield 340.5 Harding 233 Poland 193 Austintown-Fitch 180 Lakeside 177 Hubbard 114.5 Ashtabula Edgewood 71 Howland 35 Cortland 24 Jefferson 7
Spartans move to 8 and 2 dual meet records with wins over Massillon Washington.
The Boardman High School swim teams dominated the 2017 A. A. C. Championships winning 20 out of 24 events. In the winning effort the Spartans snapped 6 Warren G. Harding pool records and eleven A. A. C. records. Two relays led the way. Freshmen Matt DunLany and Noah Basista teamed with Juniors Kyle Kimerer and Callen Aulizia to shatter the 200 medley and 200 free relay records. Their time in the medley relay was 1:36.70. The previous meet record of 1:43.49 was set by Canfield in 2016. The pool record of 1:39.88 was set by Canfield in 2008. In the 200 free relay, the same four boys posted the record time of 1:28.22. In 2015 the Warren G. Harding relay team set both the A. A. C. and the pool record with the time of 1:29.84.
Spartans Light-up C. T. Branin Christmas Swim Invitational
Fifty-three teams and 500 swimmers and divers from across the state traveled to Canton Ohio this past Saturday for the 13 th Annual Canton City Schools Christmas Invitational. The Spartans brought twenty swimmers and three divers to the meet. In the Saturday night finals Boardman swimmers captured first place in four events and second place in two events. The first event of the evening was the 200 medley relay. Freshmen Matt DunLany and Noah Basista joined juniors Kyle Kimerer and Callen Aulizia to win the event in the time of 1:38.02. Their winning time was only three one-hundreths shy of breaking the Boardman school record in the relay.