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Early this week, the Trojan swim team handed Riverview its first loss of the season in a 119-64 non-league dual meet.

The depth of the team was present once again as the Trojans swept two events and finished one-two in five others.

Guglielmetti (1:58.56), Nicholas Roberts and Dane Roberts swept the 200 free and Mulka (2:13.82), Ginn and Jonathan VanPaepeghem went one-two-three in the 200 IM.

Thomas Wolsek (24.14) and Diehl were one-two in the 50 free, O’Donnell (58.19) and Dane Roberts were one-two in the 100 fly and Nicolas Roberts (5:19.91) and Guglielmetti were top-two in the 500 free.

Mulka was first in the 100 breast (1:05.09) with Tyler Stawowczyk just behind in second and the 400 free A relay team (Guglielmetti, Wolsek, Ginn, Stawowczyk; 3:41.89) was first with the B team (Brendan Warnick, Andrew Wolsek, Nicolas Roberts, Dane Roberts) just behind.

O’Donnell, Mulka, Diehl and Dane Roberts swam to a first-place finish in the 200 medley relay (1:46.20) and Mulka, O’Donnell and Diehl joined with Thomas Wolsek to win the 200 free relay (1:35.37).

O’Donnell also finished first in the 100 back (1:00.4).

Other third-place finishes came in the 200 medley relay (Andrew Wolsek, Stawowczyk, Ginn, Brock), Diehl in the 100 free and Andrew Wolsek in the 100 back.

Riverview took two of the night’s events.

The Bucs swept the spots in the diving well with Noah Ellington (187.50) finishing first and teammates Nathan Smiley and Gary O’Brien finishing two-three.

Dakota Roehler (52.48) and Caleb Menna finished one-two in the 100 free.

Keith Stokely, Roehler, Nicolas Guthrie and Morgen Gardocki were second in the 200 medley relay.

The Bucs also finished second in the 200 free relay (Alex Guthrie, Menna, Gardocki, Roehler) and were third in the 400 free relay (Menna, Gardocki, Alex Guthrie, Nicolas Guthrie).

Individually, Keith Stokely was second in the 100 back, Nicolas Guthrie was third in the 100 fly, Richon was third in the 500 free and Matt Novak finished third in the 100 breast.

Allen Park Quad

On Tuesday night three local swim teams joined with Belleville to swim a quad meet and Allen Park Cabrini won two of its matchups.

The Monarchs bested Belleville (100-86) and Taylor Co-op (118-65) and fell to Woodhaven (104-82).

Cabrini finished the day with two overall first-place finishes and 28 personal best times and scores.

Erik LaCroix, fresh off his third News-Herald diving championship, took first in the diving well with a score of 237.40.

Ford Pariseau was first overall in the 100 breast with a finish of 1-minute, 8.26 seconds.

Another highlight for the Monarchs included Paige Kulchinsky breaking the girls’ 100 butterfly school record with her finish of 1:07.16.

“Several of our young athletes really stepped up to score valuable points early in the meet, which helped us seal the victory over Belleville and Taylor,” Coach Paul LaCroix said.

Taylor coach Brittany Buhanan saw many time drops at the quad and was pleased with her team’s performance.

Jacob Sczepanski finished ninth overall in the 200 free (2:16.88) and Cory Philpott was 11th.

In the 200 IM, James Iraira finished second with a swim of 2:26.14, Lauren Poletti was eighth (2:49.09) and Jakob Muntz finished in 2:57.58.

Troy Bush was fourth overall in the 100 free with a personal-best time of 56.51 and Zach Goins (1:02) and Bailey Maynard (1:03) also finished with personal bests.

In a non-league match up with Erie Mason, the Allen Park Jaguars finishing on the winning end of a 100-72 meet.

The Jags took nine of the 12 events on the night.

Highlights for the team included Curtiss Johnson’s first-place finish in the 200 free (2:09.17) and third-place finish in the 100 butterfly.

Mitchell Sturm was second in both the 50 and 100 free with season-best times.

“This was a great meet to move some guys around and see what kind of talent they have in other events,” Coach Tyler Card said. “It was a great meet to swim coming down off the fast swims from the weekend.”

Last Updated: 1/24/2014 1:57:30 PM EST