Sharks get lucky seventh win to stay unbeaten
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, July 12, 2005
Logan Sorenson and Taylor Dailey won three individual races and one relay and Georgia Richardson, Austin Ebel, Maggie Standing, Danielle Waller, Allana Lumbard and Jeff Goodwin three solo races each as Nansemond moved its record to 7-0, defeating the host Marlins 405-314 for the first time of the millennium Saturday in Chesapeake.
Austin Ebel and Allana Lumbard started the meet by sweeping 9-10 individual medley. Taylor Dailey got the 11-12 boys race, and Taylor Bono second in the girls’. Jeff Goodwin and Peter Werszner were first and second in 13-14 boys, and Maggie Standing got second in girls 13-14. Ryan Hanson and Kyle Jett were the top finishers in 15-18 boys; Katie Cook second in girls.
Olivia Bono, Hanna Pennington and Zach and Samantha Schwegel were second in 6U free relay, and Cali Valedevieso, Caroline Brereton, Cole Manfred and Hunter Kiessling were second in 7-8. Austin and Maddie Ebel, Rachel Waller and Allana Lumbard finished second in 9-10, while Taylor Dailey, Weston Lumbard, Thomas Westfall and Ashmore Standing won 11-12. Haleigh Wineman, Ben Woodyard, Logan Sorenson and Maggie Standing took the 13-14, while Jeremy Goodwin, Danielle Waller, Morgan Thorndike and Tyler Keeling finished second in 15-18.
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Olivia Bono and Samantha Schwegal got first and second in 6U girls freestyle, and Hunter Kiessling and Georgia Richardson were second in both 7-8 races. Rachel Waller won the 9-10 girls, while Taylor Beale was second in the boys. Taylor Dailey won the 11-12 boys race, with Shannon McDonald coming in second for the girls. Logan Sorenson and Maggie Standing swept 13-14, and Danielle Waller won the 15-18.
Jordan Goodwin started 8U breastroke by finishing second in the boys race, and Georgia Richardson won the girls. Taylor Beale and Maddie Ebel were second in the 9-10s, and Joe Wendlend won the 10U boys. Josh Goodwin was second in 11-12 boys and Taylor Bono won the girls race. Jeff Goodwin took the 13-14, and Jamie Iiams was second in the girls race. Ryan Hanson and Taylor Keeling were first and second in boys 15-18, and Nadine Saint was second in girls.
Once again, Olivia Bono and Samantha Schwegal got first and second, this time in 6U girls backstroke, and Nicholas Schwegal and Georgia Richardson swept 7-8. Austin Ebel won the 9-10 boys race, and Maddie Ebel and Emmy Jenkins were first and second in girls. Joe Wendlend got second in 9-10 and Allana Lumbard won for the girls. Taylor Dailey won the 11-12 boys race, and Ashmore Standing was second for the girls. Jeff Goodwin was first in boys 13-14, Becky Wendlend second in girls racing. Ryan Hanson won the 15-18, and Danielle Waller and Heather Wineman were first and second in the girls race.
Nicolas Schwegal and Hunter Kessling got first and second in 8U fly, and Hayle Pennington won the girls race. Austin Ebel and Rachel Waller swept 9-10, with Joe Wendlend finishing second and Allana Lumbard winning 9-10. Taylor Bono was second in 11-12, Logan Sorenson and Maggie Standing swept 13-14, and Ellen Cook took second in 15-18 girls racing.
Now on the final stroke, Nicholas Schwegal was second in 7-8 free and Hayley Pennington won the girls race. Taylor Beale and Maddie Ebel were second in the 9-10 races, with Weston Lumbard notching second and Ashmore Standing first in 11-12 competition. Logan Sorenson and Haleigh Wineman won the 13-14 races, and Kyle Jett and Danielle Waller won 15-18.
Georgia Richardson, Jordan Goodwin, Hayley Pennington and Caroline Brereton won the 7-8 medley relay, and Ashmore Standing, Taylor Bono, Shannon McDonald, Weston Lumbard won the 11-12. Heather Wineman, Ryan Hanson, Kyle Jett and Jeremy Goodwin ended the meet by winning the 15-18.