FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High swim & dive team remained undefeated with a road win against Milton High Tuesday afternoon.
The Flyers defeated the Wildcats 88-62.
Framingham is now 3-0, under head coach Mike Foley.
There was no diving competition on Tuesday.
The Flyers opened the meet with in a win in the medley relay. Swimmers Caroline Mazariegos, Jillian O’Neil, Olivia Nelson, and Jessica Tosi finished first. The Wildcats took second place, and Flyers swimmers Kacie Zonghetti, Emily Rogers, Niamh White, and Andrea Ramirez finished in third place in 2:12.46 minutes.
Milton won the 200-yard freestyle event in 2:05.39 minutes.
One of Framingham’s strength’s is its team depth and that showed in this event. The Flyers captured second, third, and fourth place for a “deep sweep.”
Sophomore Marley DeSimone was second, sophomore Suzanne Julakis was third in 2:15.70 minutes, and senior Julia Long was fourth.
Milton’s Halpin won the individual medley in 2:30.20 minutes. Framingham again captured a deep sweep. Sophomore Tatum O’Leary was second, Nelson was third in 2:34.50 minutes and Rogers, a junior, was fourth in 2:35.03 minutes.
In the sprint event, Framingham sophomore Tosi finished first. Milton’s Halpin finished second in 27.47 seconds. Framingham senior White took third place and sophomore Ramirez finished in fourth place in 29.53 seconds in the 50-yard freestyle.
Milton won the 100-yard butterfly event in 1:06.53 seconds. Sophomores DeSimone and O’Leary captured second and third place for Framingham.
The Flyers swept the 100-yard freestyle event with a trio of sophomores. Touching the wall first was Mazariegos in 59.52 seconds. O’Neil was second and Tosi was third.
Senior Long won the 500-yard freestyle event in 6:06.03 minutes. The Wildcats took second place but Framingham’s Julakis finished third. Junior Casey Libuda finished fourth for Framingham in 6:34.65 minutes.
The Wildcats won the 200-yard freestyle relay in 1:53.96 minutes.
Mazariegos won her second individual event of the night in the 100-yard backstroke. Nelson finished third and Zonghetti finished fourth for Framingham in 1:13.37 minutes.
The Flyers finished 1-2-3 in the 100-yard breaststroke event, with O’Neil touching the wall first. Framingham’s Rogers and Ariel Shek finished second and third.
The Wildcats won the final event of the night, the 400-freestyle relay in 4:05.83 minutes. Framingham swimmers Mazariegos, O’Leary, Julakis and Shek finished in second place. Swimmers Long, Nelson, White and Rogers finished third for the Flyers.
Next up for the Flyers is another away meet against Bay State Conference opponent Braintree on Friday at 5 p.m.
The next home meet for the Flyers is Tuesday, Sept 19 at 4:30 p.m. against Norwood.