GREENWICH, Conn. Rocky Point finished second and two swimmers from Greenwich clubs set county records in Saturday's Fairfield County Swimming League championships at Roxbury Swim Club in Stamford.
Host Roxbury won its fourth title in five years with 1,291.5 points, followed by Rocky Point with 1,116. Gretchen Walsh of Rocky Point and Greenwich Country Club's Kate Hazlett were among the swimmers who broke 11 records in the season-ending meet.
Other Greenwich clubs performed well, too. Riverside was sixth, Innis Arden was eighth, Greenwich CC was 11th, Millbrook was 13th, and Division 5 champion Tamarack was 18th in the 31-team meet.
Walsh rewrote her own record in the girls 8-and-under 25 butterfly and also won the breaststroke and freestyle. Hazlett, competing in the 10-and-under division, broke her own mark in the 25-meter backstroke. She also won the butterfly and individual medley and was second in the freestyle.
Rocky Point capped the meet with a victory in the 200 freestyle relay with Ainsleigh Winget, Kellen Carlson, Milena Meehan and Annie Miller. Other individual winners for Rocky Point were Noah Sorenson (10-and-under butterfly), Annie Miller (14-and-under butterfly and freestyle), Isabelle Wise (10-and-under breaststroke), Alex Walsh (10-and-under individual medley and freestyle), and Jamie Miller (17-and-under freestyle).
For Riverside, Aedan Lewis won the boys 12-and-under breaststroke. Innis Arden's Claire Michalik won the girls 8-and-under backstroke. Burning Tree's Cole Pierce book the boys 10-and-under backstroke. Millbrook's Edward Moss captured the boys 14-and-under freestyle.
Greenwich resident Jack Montesi, swimming for Roxbury, set two country records. His brother, Jack, also set a county record. Guido Balderrama of Shore and Country Club in Norwalk also set two county records. Complete results are available on the league's website .
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