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Lily Burke

Brookwood won both divisions and the overall points title in its annual swimming and diving rivalry meet with Parkview, retaining the Battle of Five Forks Trophy this past weekend.

The Broncos won the girls division 191-115, and took first in a closer boys competition by a score of 166.5-147.5.

First-place finishers for the Brookwood girls were Lily Burke (200-yard individual medley, 2 minutes, 10.23 seconds and 100 freestyle, 53.01), Samantha Stoffle (50 free, 25.52), Gillian Lee (diving, 218.45 points), Reagan Sweeney (100 butterfly, 58.20) and Hayden Britt (girls 100 breaststroke, 1:10.53).

The Broncos’ boys winners were Daniel Tran (200 IM, 1:56.70), Nathaniel Stoffle (100 fly, 51.41 and 100 backstroke, 52.29) and Joshua Pingel (500 free, 5:00.10).

Parkview got wins from Tyler Wooldridge (boys 200 free, 1:49.09), Abigail McCulloh (girls 200 free, 1:51.46 and 500 free, 4:56.05), Wesley Carter (boys 50 free, 21.68 and 100 free, 48.52), C.J. Bennett (boys diving, 248.85), Sarah Livingston (girls 100 back, 59.70) and Joshua Kim (boys 100 breast, 59.48).

Mountain View, Norcross split

Mountain View and Norcross each won a division of a swimming and diving meet that also featured Dacula over the weekend.

Event-winners for Mountain View were Elizabeth Grow (girls 200 free, 2:08.92), Jenna Taylor (girls 200 IM, 2:10.88), Sarah-Grace Thompson (girls 50 free, 24.78), Sam Tennell (boys diving, 187.45), Maggie Hennebaul (girls diving, 238.95), Corinne Kuiters (girls 100 fly, 1:04.39 and 100 breast, 1:11.12) and Charlotte Thompson (girls 500 free, 5:16.03).

Norcross got victories from Kevin Li (boys 200 IM, 2:11.04), Jacob Budnitz (boys 100 fly, 54.24 and 100 breast, 58.31), Catie Choate (girls 100 free, 52.59 and 100 back, 57.57) and Zach Johnson (boys 100 back, 1:00.99).

First-place finishers for Dacula were Ethan Van Nus (boys 200 free, 1:57.72), Jacob Harrison (boys 50 free, 21.80 and 100 free, 51.10) and Ryan Kennedy (boys 500 free, 5:34.70).

Archer sweeps Meadowcreek

Archer posted a pair of victories last weekend against Meadowcreek — 101-57 in the girls division and 91-61 in the boys division.

The Tigers’ got boys event wins from Isaam Bradley (200 free, 2:04.93 and 100 breast, 1:13.78), Jacob Abney (200 IM, 2:33.15), Andrew Schnupp (100 free, 52.27), Che Ethridge (500 free, 7:42.12) and Michael Pineda (100 back, 1:14.09).

First-place finishers for the Archer girls were Sydney Addison (200 free, 2:19.37), Anna Scull (200 IM, 2:25.92 and 100 breast, 1:14.43), Gabriela Pastore (50 free, 26.14 and 100 fly, 1:02.81), Hailey Yocca (diving, 141.55), Madilyn Hays (100 free, 59.33) and Sydney Selin (girls 100 back, 1:16.42).

Meadowcreek’s victories were from Lee Phan (boys 50 free, 24.25), Eric Nguyen (boys 100 fly, 1:11.46) and Paola Sandoval (girls 500 free, 8:13.57).

Hebron shines at meet

Hebron Christian’s teams had top-10 finishes at the Shiver Me Timbers Meet last weekend at Tallulah Falls.

The Lions finished fifth in the boys standings with 206 points (Tallulah Falls won with 321) and sixth in the girls division with 169 points (McIntosh won with 508).

Hebron got top finishes from Ethan Robinson (second, boys 50 free, 23.96 and fourth, 100 back, 1:02.97), Isabella Balkom (third, girls 100 fly, 1:16.82), Mallory Chandler (second, girls 100 breast, 1:19.95) and Madison Alcon (third, girls 100 breast, 1:30.31).

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