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In the Swim: Scarsdale Swimmers Dominate Westchester County Championship and SHS Swimmers Swim Across America

1stplacehighpointwinnersScarsdale swimmers on the Wykagyl swim team competed this past week at the Westchester County Championship at the Playland Pool and made it to finals, some winning the high point trophies.

Details of the race results are below:

Kieran Lee - (9 - 10 boys)
Placed 1st in 50 Breast
Placed 7th in 50 free
Placed 6th in 50 back
- Placed 5th over all for the age group

Aidan Lee - (10 - 11 boys)
Placed 4th 50 back
Placed 5th 50 fly
Placed 4th 50 breast
Placed 6th 50 freee
- Placed 4th over all for the age group

Brendan Lee - (17 u boys, age 15)
Placed 4th 200 IM
Placed 2nd 100 Breast
Placed 3rd 100 back
- Placed 4th over all for the age group

Megan Lee - (13 - 14 girls, age 13)
Placed 2nd 100 free
Placed 1st 200 IM
Placed 1st 100 Breast
Placed 2nd 100 fly
- 1st Place High Point winner for the age group

Ryan Lee - (17 u boys, age 17)
Placed 1st 200 IM
Placed 2nd 100 Fly
Placed 1st 100 Breast
- 2nd Place High Point winner for the age group

Justin DiSanto - (13 - 14 boys, age 14)
Placed 2nd 100 free
Placed 2nd 100 back
Placed 5th 100 fly
Placed 5th 100 breast
- Tied for 1st Place High Point Winner for the age group

These swimmers will all be competing in the Westchester Swim Conference next week.

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SHS Swimmers Raise Funds For "Swim Across America"

SwimAcrossAmericaSwimmersOn July 29, a group of Scarsdale High School swim team swimmers participated in the Swim Across America, in the Long Island Sound, to raise funds to fight cancer. The 3 Scarsdale swimmers were part of a group of 9 swimmers who raised $6356 for the organization, surpassing their original goal of $5000. Unfortunately the coast guard canceled the open water swim due to dangerous conditions, but the boys were happy to raise awareness and funds. They participated as "Team Wolverines," led by team captain Ryan Lee who will also be one of the swim team captains this coming year on the Scarsdale High School Varsity Swim Team. Ryan brought the team together, combining swimmers from his club team, the Westchester Aquatic Club Wolverines; his summer team, the Wykagyl Country Club; and his school team, Scarsdale High School.

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