In the second week of the Prince-Mont Swim League, Russett, West Arundel and Laurel City all advanced with wins June 18, while West Laurel, Montpelier and Silver Spring had losses.
Russett Swim Team defeated guests Pointer Ridge Swim and Racquet, of Bowie, 332-240, to improve to 2-0 in Division D.
For the second consecutive week, the Hicks sisters — Paris (13-14 fly, free, back) and Taylor (15-18 fly, breast, IM) — were triple winners for the Sharks. Taylor Hicks also set two pool records at Russett in the breast (38.27) and IM (1:14.97).
Alex Cartron (15-18 breast, back, IM) and Allison Ritter (9-10 free, breast, back), who were double winners last week, were also triple winners in the win over Pointers Ridge.
Imaad Syed (free in 19.77) and Tomiwa Sobande (breast in 44.78) set team records while Cartron broke a team record (breast in 37.07) and a pool record (back in 32.06). The relay team of Ritter, Simone DeSouza, Paris Hicks and Taylor Hicks also set a pool record in 9-18 free relay at 2:11.95.
Double winners for Russett were DeSouza (11-12 fly, free), Tyler Reyda (13-14 free, breast), Megan Reyda (15-18 free, back) and Lauren Ritter (11-12 back, IM).
West Arundel Swim Team won its first meet of the season, defeating guests Cheverly Swim and Racquet Club, 315.5-253.5, in Division C action.
Jay Venit (11-12 free, breast, back), Colette Pierce (11-12 free, breast, back), Ryan Webb (13-14 fly, free, IM) and Kellianne Venit (15-18 fly, breast, back) were triple winners for the Aqua Ducks. Jay Venit (back in 35.29), Pierce (free in 28.50), Webb (free in 25.44) and Kellianne Venit (fly in 30.22) set new team records and Pierce and Kellianne Venit also combined to set a new team record in the girl's medley relay (2:17.03).
Jason Schneck (11-12 fly, IM), Andrea Sturgis (13-14 fly, IM) and Andria Moyer (15-18 free, IM) were double winners for West Arundel.
Laurel City also won its first meet of the season, defeating host Prince George's Parks and Recreation, 266-252 in Division F..
Jesse Rocco (13-14 fly, back, IM), Abigail Krehbiel (15-18 breast, back, IM) and Cameron Ott (15-18 fly, free, back) were triple winners while Eanna Hehir-Keys (11-12 fly, breast) and Sean Whitelock (15-18 breast, IM) were double winners.
Guests Westlake Village Swim Team edged West Laurel Swim Team, 295-280, to drop the Wahoos to 1-1 on the season in Division B.
Max Bagileo (U-8 free, breast, back) and Olivia Petrusky (13-14 fly, breast, IM) were triple winners for the Wahoos, and double winners were Danielle Calabrese (11-12 free, breast) and Caitlin Raynor (15-18 fly, back).
"It was a very close meet for us," said West Laurel coach David Floyd. "Our swimmers swam an amazing meet and several of the swimmers had best times on Saturday."
In a clash of Division C opponents, guests Northridge Swim Team, of Bowie, defeated Montpelier Community Association, 291-277, dropping the Marlins to 0-2.
Despite the loss, there were some bright spots for Montpelier. Suzannah Mills (11-12 free, back, IM) and Naomi Mills (15-18 fly, free, IM) have won the same three events for consecutive weeks. Carolyn Sutton, who is 12 years old, was a triple winner in 13-14 fly, breast and IM; and Dylan Buehler was a triple winner in 13-14 fly, free, IM.
Double winners for the Marlins were Thomas Brown de Colstoun (11-12 back, IM), Rocco Mills (11-12 fly, breast) and Raymond Rice (13-14 breast, back).
In Division A, the Silver Spring Swim Team, based at Patuxent Greens, lost to guests MVP Dolphins, of Washington, 350-201.
Jaimy Wenhold (11-12 fly, breast, IM) was the only triple winner while Jack Verbrugge (11-12 fly, IM) was the only double winner for Silver Spring.
For more results from the June 25 meets, go to princemont.org.
Upcoming July 2 meets include Strathmore Bel Pre (Silver Spring) at Silver Spring, West Laurel at Greenbelt Municipal Pool, West Arundel at Montpelier, Smallwood Village Aquatic Center (Waldorf) at Russett and Laurel City at Accokeek Swim Team.
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