FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High girls swim & dive team defeated the Wamps of Braintree High 92-88 at Blue Hill swimming pool on Friday night.
The Flyers are now 3-2 overall, and 3-1 in the Bay State Conference, under head coach Mike Foley.
Next up for the Flyers is a home meet against Boston Latin at 5:15 p.m. at Keefe Technical’s pool. on Tuesday, September 28.
Framingham took a 10-4 lead to open the meet, winning the medley relay and also taking third place in the relay.
Braintree’s Reagan Bulman won the 200-yard freestyle event in 2:08.33 minutes. Braintree also took second place in the event, Framingham Laurel Lacasse taking third place.
After two events, Framingham had a slight 16-14 edge.
Logan Quinn won the individual medley for Braintree High in 2:18.38 minutes. Framingham Norah Pham took second place.
After three events it was even at 23 points each.
Braintree’s team was co-ed with male swimmers in the first heats. Framingham’s team was all girls with the boys swimmers & divers competing in the winter season.
Kalvin Lee won the 50-yard freestyle event in 26.04 seconds. Framingham’s Trinity Trainor finished second. Framingham Swimmers Emma Angelo and Marie Scanlon took fourth and fifth place.
After four events Braintree had its first lead at 32-30, but Framingham jumped ahead after the diving competition, with divers Emily Richardson and Rachel Olson racking up a dozen points for the Flyers.
Framingham had a 42-35 point lead after diving.
Framingham High’s finished 1-2 in the 100-yard butterfly, with Ashwina Bangari winning the event and Pham a close second. Freshman Scanlon picked up a point finishing fifth.
Framingham now had a 64-45 lead.
in the distance event, Braintree’s Quinn won the 500-yard freestyle in 5:28.30 minutes. Framingham finished third, fourth, and fifth with Emma Bowen, Sophia Tesosero, and Jordan Summerfield.
Flyers Bangari, Trainor, Bower, and Angelo won the 200-yard freestyle relay.
Senior Laura Dube won the 100-yard backstroke with Bangari third for the Flyers.
Framingham’s Trainor won the 100-yard breaststroke.
Framingham won the final event of the meet, the 400-yard freestyle.
The Flyers won more than half the events on Friday night.