Monday, January 23, 2017

Dunwoody HS Girls Swim/Dive Team & Chamblee HS Boys Swim/Dive Team Place 1st at County Championships
Dunwoody Boys and Chamblee Girls Place 2nd

article courtesy of DeKalb County School District.  Pictures courtesy of Dunwoody High School

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Dunwoody High School Girls Swim/Dive Team 
Dunwoody High School Boys Swim/Dive Team

County Dive Meet Results:

Championship streaks remained intact on Saturday at the Chamblee High Natatorium as the Chamblee Bulldogs (5) and Dunwoody Lady Wildcats (3) retained their titles at the DeKalb County Swim and Dive Championships.

The Bulldogs won their fifth consecutive title (2013-2017) behind sweeping all three relay events and a pair of gold medal performances by sophomore Liam Bell in a 252-201 win over Dunwoody with Lakeside coming up one point short of its fifth consecutive runner-up finish with 200 points.

Chamblee opened the meet by taking the gold in the 200 medley relay for the sixth consecutive year with a time of 1:43.24 by the team of Louis Cardot, Alex Miretsky, Brian Fadjariza-Dumais and Theo Hardy.

Noah Oh followed that win up with his fourth consecutive DCSD gold in the 200 freestyle even with a time of 1:47.77. Liam Bell made it three consecutive Chamblee event winners as he won the 200 individual medley for the second consecutive season with a time of 1:58.11.

The girls’ championship had the same two teams atop the standings as Dunwoody captured its third consecutive title and its 16th overall 269-208 over Chamblee.

Allie Reiter won her 6th and 7th gold medal in DCSD competition as she captured the 200 individual medley (2:11.40) for the third time and the 100 breaststroke (1:05.82) for the fourth consecutive year.

Other individual gold medals for the Lady Wildcats came from Laura Spratling in the 50 freestyle (24.83), Sydney Sloan in the 200 freestyle (2:03.08) and Lauren Davis in the 1 meter diving (419.85).

Dunwoody also won the 200 freestyle relay for the fourth consecutive year as Spratling, Reiter, Keely Sandberg and Hannah Robison swam to gold in 1:43.88, just .08 off the county meet record. Those same four also swam to a meet record of 3:42.50 in the 400 freestyle relay to break the 2014 mark of 3:46.22 set by Lakeside. Chamblee’s relay team of Brynn Lautenbacher, Julie von Biberstein, Teresa Maloney and Jade Foelske finished just behind at 3:42.99 to also eclipse the old record as Foelske almost caught Reiter at the finish.

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