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Eagles sweep swim meet vs. Warriors

STAFF REPORT
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Both the boys' and girls' swim team for Dover cruised to easy meet victories against Susquehannock on Monday at Dover Area High School.

The boys team won its meet 105-71, while the girls won their meet 124-56.

On the boys side, Dover won 10 of the 12 events to pace itself to the meet win. Junior Tobias Kwasnjuk had the best individual effort of the night for the Eagles, winning first place in all four events in which he competed. He began the meet by capturing first in the 50 free, following that performance up with a victory in the 100 free. He finished his night off by helping the 200 free relay and 400 free relay teams to first place results.

The Warriors did win the 200 medley relay event and also got a victory in the 100 butterfly from Justin Reed.

In the girls' meet, the Eagles won nine of the 12 events, two of which came in relay events. Junior Lindsay Brenneman won multiple events for Dover, capturing first in the 100 free and 100 breastroke.

Susquehannock's lone individual event victory came from freshman Katlyn Baer in the 200 individual medley, while the team also won the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay.

WRESTLING

In the lone wrestling match of the night between York-Adams League foes, Delone Catholic dominated Eastern York, 66-12, to earn the home victory.

With the match beginning at 132 pounds, the Squires reeled off the first four wins of the match to open an 23-0 advantage. It wasn't until Dakota Mackley earned a pin at 160 pounds that the Golden Knights finally got on the scoreboard. But, they would only amass six more points over the remainder of the bout, coming at 120 pounds, when Christian Courtright won by forfeit.

Overall, Delone recorded seven pins in the contest, coming from Andrew Knobloch (106), Ryan Hart (132), Brenden Quinn (145), Brian Shermeyer (152), Zachary Hart (170), Sean Sneeringer (195), Damian Rodriguez (220) and Bryce Perkins (285).