Warriors improve to 7-1
Published 10:04 pm Tuesday, January 29, 2019
The Nansemond River High School boys’ swim team improved to 7-1 with a win over Western Branch High School last weekend.
The Warriors boys’ swim team continued to roll with a 110-60 win over Western Branch. Andrew Betts took home first place in two individual events, the 200 free and the 100 butterfly. Hunter Ward won the 50 free and 100 free, while Aaron Hoper won the 400 free. Jason Breckner won the 100 back for the Warriors. The men’s 400 free relay of Hunter Ward, Jonathan Sullivan, Breckner and Andrew Betts took first.
On the girls’ side, Nansemond River fell 108-62. Selby Heyman won the 100 butterfly and the 400 free, setting a new school record. Rana Ceribasi won the 100 free for the Lady Warriors.
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Nansemond River will take on Grassfield High School for the final meet of the regular season Thursday night. From there, the Warriors will move on to the regional meet, where they have performed well the last few seasons. Coach Shamus Riley feels like this season has been one of the more talented girls’ teams he has had, and he is looking forward to what both teams can achieve in the postseason.