Originally posted at 10 a.m. Updated with video.
FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High girls swim and dive team defeated Norwood High 99-79 to remain undefeated this season.
The Flyers, under head coach Mike Foley, are now 5-0 on the season.
Framingham returns to the pool on Tuesday, when they travel to Newton for a meet against the Tigers of Newton North.
Despite completely missing on a dive, Framingham High senior Halia Bower won the diving competition with 255 points.
Norwood’s Matthew Murphy finished second with 193.25 points.
Framingham senior Catherine Turner finished second with 195.55 points and senior Kalena Chin was fifth with 182.55 points.
Framingham opened the meet with a win in the medley relay. Swimmers Caroline Mazariegos, Jessica Tosi, Olivia Nelson, and Marley DeSimone qualified for the state meet, with their time.
Framingham finished 1-2 in the 200-meter freestyle event next. Sophomore Jillian O’Neil won the race in a state sectional qualifying time. Senior Julia Long was second in 2:15.04 minutes. Framingham senior Sam D’Ercole finished fourth in 2:24.29 minutes.
Framingham swept the individual medley to take a 20-point lead in the meet, and never relinquished the lead all night.
Sophomore Tatum O’Leary touched the wall first. Junior Olivia Nelson was second and sophomore Suzanne Julakis was third in 2:36.75 minutes.
Framingham’s Tosi won the 50-yard freestyle with teammate DeSimone second. Senior Niamh White was fourth in 29.44 seconds.
Senior Nelson won the 100-yard butterfly for Framingham in 1:06.86 minutes, a state sectional qualifying time. Framingham sophomore Mazariegos was second and White was fourth.
Norwood’s Aidan Mulligan won the 100-yard freestyle event in 57.13 seconds.
Framingham swimmers Mazariegos and Julakis finished second and third. Flyer Andrea Ramirez was fifth in 1:06.42 minutes.
The Flyers swept the 500-yard freestyle event. DeSimone finished first and qualified for the state sectional meet.
Juniors Emily Rogers and Casey Libuda finished second and third. Rogers’ time was 6:11.50. Libuda’s time was 6:22.32 minutes.
Framingham won the 200-yard relay with sophomore swimmers Tosi, O’Leary, DeSimone and O’Neil. Flyers Long, Julakis, Rogers and Mazariegos finished third.
Norwood’s Grace Gillis won the 100-yard backstroke in 1:10.99 minutes. Kacie Zonghetti and Libuda had strong swims to earn points for the Flyers in that event.
Mikayla Jordan won the 100-yard breaststroke for the Mustangs in 1:19.52 minutes.
Framingham’s O’Neil, Tosi, and Long had the fastest swims for the Flyers in that event. Diver Sara Anastasi swam a strong 1:33.52 time in the event.
Norwood won the final event of the night – the 400-yard freestyle in 4:24.14 minutes.
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