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Ches-Mont boys swimming roundup (2/5)

Downingtown West 104, Coatesville 75 – The Whippets rode their superior depth to the Ches-Mont League National Division victory over the Red Raiders as Kurt Campayo and Brandon Ye were the only individual winners for D-West Tuesday.
For the Red Raiders, Ethan Moore (200 free, 100 free), Sean Wolstenholme (500 free, 100 backstroke) and Ethan Vannoy (50 free, 100 breast) had two individual victories apiece.
200 medley relay – Coatesville (Wolstenholme, E. Vannoy, J. Vannoy, Sawicki) 1:51.39
200 free – Ethan Moore (Cv) 1:52.82
200 IM –  Jacob Vannoy (Cv) 2:15.48
50 free – Ethan Vannoy (Cv) 23.49
Diving – Kurt Campayo (DW) 163.85
100 fly – Brandon Ye (DW)  56.18
100 free –Ethan Moore (Cv) 49.83
500 free – Sean Wolstenholme (Cv) 5:15.82
200 free relay – Coatesville (E. Vannoy, Clinton, Sawicki, Moore) 1:38.70
100 back – Sean Wolstenholme (Cv) 1:01.61
100 breast – Ethan Vannoy (Cv) 1:09.10
400 free relay – Downingtown West (West, Tuffner, Peck, Ye) 3:34.62
 
Henderson 87, Avon Grove 65 – There was also strength in numbers for the Warriors, who took two of the three relay events but claimed just two individual triumphs(Dylan Smolders, 200 IM; Will Merrill, diving)  in their Ches-Mont National success. Touching first in two events apiece for the Red Devils were Liam Perrin (200 free, 500 free) and Aaron Tupper (50 free, 100 free).
200 medley relay – Henderson (Manuel, McIntyre, Smolders, Carnuccio) 1:46.12
200 free – Liam Perrin (AG) 1:55.67
200 IM – Dylan Smolders (WCH) 2:03.38
50 free – Aaron Tupper (AG) 22.16
Diving – Will Merrill (WCH) 253.50
100 fly – Collin Slupe (AG) 57.59
100 free – Aaron Tupper (AG) 52.40
500 free – Liam Perrin (AG) 5:26.93
200 free relay – Henderson (Tarazi, N. Smith, A. Smith, Maratea) 1:41.72
*100 back – Aiden Parente (AG) 1:00.68
*100 breast – Alex Hammond (AG) 1:25.45
*400 free relay – Avon Grove (Tupper, Whitton, Perrin, Slupe) 3:20.36
*Time only
 
Downingtown East 98, West Chester East 87 – Vincent Ye placed first in the 200 free and 100 butterfly to propel the Cougars to the Ches-Mont National success over the Vikings, who were led by Andrew Hickey’s top finish in the 100 breaststroke.
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