In Cheshire two undefeated teams put it on the line at the impressive Cheshire Community Pool. Cheshire and NDWH have both posted strong early season times, both teams have strong frontline swimmers and both teams have depth. The meet was as expected, the teams traded first places while the 2 and 3 swimmers battled to grab the points.
There were a few anticipated matchups that could preview the end of season championships. The home teams Ben Brewer stepped up to starting block with NDWH’s North Hansen to his right for the first show down in the 200 Freestyle. The first 100 yards had everyone still guessing but Hansen’s strong back half swim gave him the win with a 1:48.33, Brewer came in with a 1:50.29. The two would dual again in the 500 free with the same result North Hansen came away with the win again with a stronger back half posting a 5:00.11 against Brewers 5:06.39.
NDWH would capture its second individual win in the 200 IM as Marco Secchiaroli out touched Ryan Mostoller with times 2:05.19 and 2:05.93 respectively. A Cheshire sweep in the 50 Free lead by Jamie Eigner with a 22.92 to close the first half of the meet put which put a sting into NDWH hopes to win the meet..
After the diving, David May posted a 51.38 blistering swim in the 100 Fly to revive the hopes of his team. Cheshire answered back with a 1 – 2 in the 100 Free, Eigner added his second win in a 50.48. The door was closed as Cheshire won the three out of the four events highlighted with another Cheshire sweep in the 100 Breast. Ryan Mostello won the event with a 1:02.13.