Spartans level Fighting Irish in boys swimming

BAINBRIDGE - Bainbridge dominated O’Dea as the boys swimming team closed out its last home meet of the season with a 126-54 win over the Fighting Irish.

Henry Bacon congratulates teammate Ethan Kutia on a good race at the end of the 200-yard freestyle during the meet against O’Dea late last week.

Henry Bacon congratulates teammate Ethan Kutia on a good race at the end of the 200-yard freestyle during the meet against O’Dea late last week.

BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge dominated O’Dea as the boys swimming team closed out its last home meet of the season with a 126-54 win over the Fighting Irish.

The Spartans won 10 of 12 events in the Jan. 30 meet at the Bainbridge Aquatic Center for a Senior Night victory.

BHS was unstoppable in the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard backstroke, and won first, second and third place in both races.

Parker Bushey was tops in the 200-yard free, and finished in 1:151.21, just under the state championship qualifying time of 1:50.20.

Jem Bullock claimed second for the Spartans (1:56.73) and teammate Sam Alpaugh was third (2:00.12).

Alpaugh won the 100-yard backstroke in 58.05. Arthur Bacon was second for BHS (1:10.22) and Jack Riley was third (1:11.03).

CJ Waite has a spectacular swim for the Spartans in the 100-yard breaststroke. He placed first and qualified for the state 3A championships with a time of 1:01.16. The state mark is 1:03.10.

The Spartan 200-yard freestyle relay team of Andrew Yalung, Bullock, Waite and Bushey also punched their ticket to state with a time of 1:32.95. They placed first in the event and beat O’Dea’s relay team by more than seven seconds.

BHS vs. O’Dea Results

200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY

First: Bainbridge A, 1:45.79

(Sam Alpaugh, CJ Waite, David Jenkins, Andrew Yalung)

26.88 28.15 26.47 24.29

Second: O’Dea A, 1:49.50

(Sam Regimbal, Justin Leary-Bignayan, Broderick Fitch, Ollie Depina)

29.93 29.13 26.09 24.35

Third: Bainbridge B, 1:55.92

(Jack Riley, Adrien Chaussabel, Will Thompson, Arthur Bacon)

32.90 31.33 27.08 24.61

200-YARD FREESTYLE

First: Parker Bushey, Bainbridge, 1:51.21

24.55 27.77 29.00 29.89

Second: Jem Bullock, Bainbridge, 1:56.73

26.35 29.28 30.97 30.13

Third: Sam Alpaugh, Bainbridge, 2:00.12

27.41 30.20 31.35 31.16

200-YARD IM

First: Justin Leary-Bignayan, O’Dea, 2:15.58

28.79 36.93 36.39 33.47

Second: Jack Kapel, Bainbridge, 2:25.40

30.84 38.75 41.30 34.51

Third: Mason Ogden, Bainbridge, 2:35.84

34.52 41.68 44.82 34.82

50-YARD FREESTYLE

First: CJ Waite, Bainbridge, 23.71

Second: Broderick Fitch, O’Dea, 24.94

Third: Parker Bushey, Bainbridge, 24.98

Fourth: Andrew Yalung, Bainbridge, 25.08

Fifth: Will Trainer, O’Dea, 25.82

1-METER DIVING

First: Casey Benson, O’Dea, 295.75

Second: Dylan Garthwaite, Bainbridge, 183.35

Third: Huma Gisbert, Bainbridge, 131.40

100-YARD BUTTERFLY

First: David Jenkins, Bainbridge, 59.49

27.90 31.59

Second: Arthur Bacon, Bainbridge, 1:04.74

29.22 35.52

Third: Conall Murphy, O’Dea, 1:05.72

30.36 35.36

Fourth: Jack Nelson, O’Dea, 1:11.06

32.31 38.75

Fifth: Taylor, Cade Bainbridge, 1:13.23

33.19 40.04

100-YARD FREESTYLE

First: Will Thompson, Bainbridge, 54.99

25.90 29.09

Second: Adrien Chaussabel, Bainbridge, 55.84

26.92 28.92

Third: Joey Vacura, O’Dea, 56.12

26.43 29.69

Fourth: Sam Regimbal, O’Dea, 56.79

27.78 29.01

Fifth: Van DeTuerk, O’Dea, 57.71

27.97 29.74

Sixth: Jack Kapel, Bainbridge, 57.81

27.71 30.10

500-YARD FREESTYLE

First: Jack Riley, Bainbridge, 5:26.78

28.41 30.69 32.03 33.28

33.58 33.53 34.13 34.16

34.06 32.91

Second: Henry Bacon, Bainbridge, 5:31.06

28.59 32.25 33.21 33.46

34.35 34.06 34.85 35.15

34.29 30.85

Third: Patrick Barba, O’Dea, 5:32.46

28.21 30.92 32.06 33.30

34.03 34.29 34.91 35.06

35.40 34.28

Fourth: Theo Falip, O’Dea, 6:07.49

31.89 35.37 36.75 37.07

37.83 38.49 38.01 39.02

39.25 33.81

Fifth: Eric Nibarger, Bainbridge, 6:08.96

32.55 35.09 35.98 37.17

37.84 38.28 38.14 38.96

38.85 36.10

200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY

First: Bainbridge A, 1:32.95

(Andrew Yalung, Jem Bullock, CJ Waite, Parker Bushey)

24.10 23.18 22.78 22.89

Second: O’Dea A, 1:39.10

(Ollie Depina, Will Trainer, Broderick Fitch, Sam Regimbal)

24.51 25.65 24.57 24.37

Third: Bainbridge B, 1:41.20

(David Jenkins, Arthur Bacon, Cole Sander, Will Thompson)

25.63 24.91 25.47 25.19

Fourth: O’Dea B, 1:41.89

(Joey Vacura, Sam Johnson, Theo Falip, Van DeTuerk)

25.57 25.26 25.95 25.11

100-YARD BACKSTROKE

First: Sam Alpaugh, Bainbridge, 58.05

28.33 29.72

Second: Arthur Bacon, Bainbridge, 1:10.22

33.80 36.42

Third: Jack Riley, Bainbridge, 1:11.03

34.60 36.43

100-YARD BREASTSTROKE

First: CJ Waite, Bainbridge, 1:01.16

28.30 32.86

Second: Justin Leary-Bignayan, O’Dea, 1:05.74

30.46 35.28

Third: Adrien Chaussabel, Bainbridge, 1:08.38

32.02 36.36

Fourth: Cole Sander, Bainbridge, 1:10.20

32.83 37.37

Fifth: Patrick Barba, O’Dea, 1:16.11

35.44 40.67

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