The Starfish lost to very tough and deep Norwell teams. The girls lost by a score of 58-118 and the boys lost with a score of 54.5-125.5. While the scores of the meet can say a few things about a team, there are many other metrics that can be used to define the success of a swim team. Tonight, the Starfish swam incredibly well overall, having 54% of their swims being season personal best times.
For the girls, Maggie Nussbaum has a stellar night taking first in both the 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke. Other first place finishers were Isabel VonGunten in the 50 free and Claire Burson in the 500 free. Second place finishers for the Starfish were Claire Burson in the 200 free, Kami Fulford in diving, Addisyn Hunley in the 100 back, as well as the A medley relay team consisting of Addisyn Hunley, Maggie Nussbaum, Hannah Neuenschwander, and Isabel VonGunten. Rounding out the second place finishes for the Starfish was the A 200 free relay consisting of Addisyn Hunley, Claire Burson, Aubri Gerber, and Isabel VonGunten.
For the boys, the only first Starfish first place finish was by the A 200 free relay, which consisted of Aidan VonGunten, Race Anderson, Isaac Gorrell, and Trey Lehman. Second place finishers for the Starfish were Blaine Harruff in diving, Aidan VonGunten in the 100 fly, Isaac Gorrell in the 100 free, Trey Lehman in the 100 back. Rounding out the second place finishes was the A 400 free relay consisting of Isaac Gorrell, Race Anderson, Trey Lehman, and Aidan VonGunten.
The Starfish will be back in action on January 4th when they host the South Adams Swimming Invitational.