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DUXBURY – The Framingham High girls swim & dive team travelled to Duxbury on Wednesday, and defeated Notre Dame Academy of Hingham.

The Flyers won 55-45, an unusual score for swimming. The reason for the unusual score is that only 4 lanes of swimmers and not the traditional six.

Framingham is now 2-2 overall and 1-1 in the Bay State Conference.

Next up for the Flyers is a home meet at the Wayland community pool on Saturday, October 1 at 3:15 p.m.

The Cougars finished 1-2 in the medley relay to open the meet. Framingham finished third.

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In the 200-yard freestyle event, Framingham swimmers Sasha Tszier and Emma Bowen finished 1-2.

The Flyers finished 1-2 in the individual medley. Marie Scanlon won the event, with Bella Bowen second in 2:44.33 minutes.

Notre Dame’s Kara Leahy won the diving competition with 216.375 points, but Framingham divers Emily Richardson and Kat Barry captured second and third place.

Framingham’s Emma Angelo won the sprint event, with the Cougars placing second and third.

The Flyers finished 1-2 again in the 100-yard butterfly with Scanlon winning her second event of the night. Second for Framingham was Amy Ledesma.

In the 100-yard freestyle event Ashwina Bengari finished first, with teammate Angelo in second place.

In the distance event, Tszier won her second event of the night, Bengari, who had just won the 100-yard event, finished second, in 6:41 minutes.

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Framingham won the 200-yard freestyle with swimmers Scanlon, Angelo, Bengari, and Bowen.

Notre Dame Academy’s Grace Congel won the backstroke event in 1:10.21 minutes. Amy DiPasquale finished second with Flyer Ledesma third in 1:15.14 minutes.

In the breaststroke event, Bella Bowen touched the wall second behind Cougar Sophia Rigaud, who won the race in 1:21.22 minutes. Bella Bowen was third for Framingham.

Framingham swimmers Bengari, Scanlon, Tszier, and Emma Bowen won the 400-yard relay to end the meet.

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