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Scarsdale Swimmers Make Waves at the Counties

13Ugirls13 and Under Girls Relay Team: (From left) Devin Topkara, Sophie Schwend (Front) Serena Wu and Caroline Largen.Scarsdale swimmers were among the hundreds of competitors at the 94th Westchester County Swimming Association meet held from July 29 – August 1, 2019 at Rye Playland. Over 30 clubs competed and overall, the swimmers from the Scarsdale Town Pool placed third in the county.

At the Conferences on August 8, Justin DiSanto received first place high point in the 15-17 boys, Aidan DiSanto received 2nd place high point in the 13-14 boys and Megan Lee received 1st place high point in the 15 -17 girls category. Megan is a rising junior at SHS. Justin and Megan swim on the SHS Swim and Dive teams and Aidan will be joining the team this year.

Serena Wu came in 5th for the 12 & under 50-yard butterfly, swimming a 29.13. This was her first year on the team and she loved it! Below is a picture of Serena and Coach Inga.

The 13&U girls (pictured at top) came in 8th for their medley relay:

Charles Lemerond, age 9, a fifth grader at Heathcote School who swims for the Wykagyl Country Club medaled in 10U freestyle, back and fly.

Caroline Largen of Scarsdale, age 12, placed 4th overall at Counties in the 11-12 year old 50 yard breaststroke with a time of 34.38. This was her third summer swimming for the STP swim team.

Here are a few photos of Scarsdale swimmers. You have more photos and results from the meet, please email them to scarsdalecomments@gmail.com.

LargenCaroline Largen

swimlemonrodCharles Lemerond medaled in 10U freestyle, back and fly.serenawuSerena Wu with her coach, Inga.

JustinDiSantoCountiesAt Counties, Justin DiSanto (SHS rising Junior) received first place high point in the 15-17 boys category.

 

AIdan CountiesAidan again received 2ns place high point in the 13-14 boys

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