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Mercury Boys Swimming Roundup: Kasznay leads Owen J. Roberts to victory

Owen J. Roberts 78, Pope John Paul II 51 >> Galen Kasznay figured in on three first-place finishes the Wildcats scored in their PAC meet with the Golden Panthers Tuesday.

Kasznay won the 100 fly in 58.55, then swam legs of Roberts’ winning 200 medley relay (1:55.70) and 200 free (1:36.82). PJP got firsts from Bruce Chao (500 free, 7:43.15), Pat Bulter (100 back, 1:28.01) and Josh Murtaugh (100 breast, 1;13.12) along with a victory in the 400 free relay (4:32.44).

Methacton 100, Perkiomen Valley 86 >> Though Ryan Keenan and Jacob Replogle had two-win outings, the Vikings still came up short of the Warriors in their PAC meet.

Replogle won the 200 IM (2:08.27) and 100 back (1:00.47), with Keenan doing the same in the 200 free (1:48.05) and 500 free (5:12.93). Methacton got individual firsts from Jon Groff (50 free, 23.00), Tommy Gibbs (100 fly, 55.16), Jan Perez Bonilla (100 free, 49.97) and Noah Caplan (100 breast, 1:03.56).

Phoenixville 104, Upper Perkiomen 66 >> George Pappas figured on three first-place finishes for the Phantoms in their PAC meet with the Indians.

Pappas won the 200 IM in 2;12.55, in addition to swimmings legs of Phoenixville’s winning 200 medley (1;49.99) and 200 free relays (1:37.30). Kyle Kovalenko was a two-race winner for UP, taking the 200 free (1:50.00) and 100 breast (1:00.11).

Spring-Ford 95, Pottsgrove 35 >> Sean Laing and Kevin Gilroy figured in on five winning performances by the Rams in their PAC meet with the Falcons.

Laing won the 100 fly (56.71) and Gilroy the 100 free (57.79). They also swam legs on Spring-Ford’s three winning relays: The 200 medley (1:53.35), the 200 free (1:39.80) and the 400 free (3:50.02).

Blazers split >> Daniel Boone went 1-1 in a three-school Central Penn League meet. The Blazers topped Wyomissing 92-40 but fell to Gov. Mifflin 108-70.

Chris Guiliano was a two-event winner for Boone, taking the 100 fly (53.51) and 100 back (54.42) while swimming the anchor leg of the winning 400 free relay (3:27.87). Jacob Santos chipped in with a first in the 200 free (1:55.75) for the Blazers.



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