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Editor’s Note: SOURCE has updated two races – 200-yard freestyle and the IM< as the scorer’s sheet was wrong.


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WEYMOUTH – The Framingham High girls swim & dive team defeated the co-ed team from Weymouth High on Friday night, October 21.

The Flyers 95-77, on the road in Weymouth.

Framingham swept the diving competition. Kat Barry won the event with 217 point. Emily Richardson was second with sophomore Alinne Martins third.

In the swimming competition, Weymouth won the first event of the night. The Wildcats medley relay team touched the wall fist in 2:06.33 minutes, a state qualifying time.

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But Framingham took the lead in the meet back by sweeping the 200-yard freestyle event. Sophomore Marie Scanlon won the race, with Amy DiPasquale second and senior Katya Connell third.

In the individual medley event, Weymouth’s Alexandra Noble won the event in a time of 2:26.06 minutes. The time qualified her for the state meet. Framingham’s Sasha Tsizer was second with Flyer Emma Bowen third.

Weymouth’s Emma Iwaoka won the sprint event. She touched the wall in the 50-yard freestyle in 27.56 seconds. Framingham’s Emma Angelo was second in 27.91 seconds.

Framingham had a 32-26 point lead by that point in the meet.

Wildcat Ryan Thin won the 100-yard butterfly event.

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The Flyers swept the 100-yard freestyle event. Junior Ashwina Bangari finished first in 1 minute and 32 seconds. Senior Bella Bowen was second with freshman Megan Clemmons third.

Weymouth’s Anastasia Virvilas won the 500-yard event in 6:04.57 minutes. Framingham swimmers captured second, third, and fourth place.

Finishing second was senior Meaghan May, with senior Emma Angelo third. Andrea Ledesma was fourth for Framingham.

The Flyers had a 73-45 lead headed into the relay, which Weymouth won.

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Framingham’s Bangari won the backstroke in 1:10.65 minutes

Weymouth’s Noble won the 100-yard breaststroke event, but again Framingham captured second, third, and fourth place. Framingham’s Emma Bowen was second with Katrina Jashari third, and Anya Connell fourth.

Framingham won the final event of the night – the 400-yard relay. Swimmers on the relay were Angelo, Tsizer, Scanlon, & Bengari.

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Petroni Media Company photos from a different meet

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By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.