For the first time in the history of the Woodland Conference, 1 team won all three relays and swept every individual event in the meet.The Greenfield co-op team, better known as PG squared, shocked the Conference by winning every single event, and set 4 Conference records, and three new pool records in the process.
Emilio Perez led the attack with new Conference and pool records in the 100 yard butterfly, and his lead off leg of the 400 yard freestyle broke the pool record in the 100 yard freestyle. Jack Lustig also set a Conference in the 200 yard freestyle. Lustig and Perez pooled their talents with Leo Gandaria and Vincent P:atti to help the local favorites win all 8 individual swimming events in the meet. Patti won both the 200 yard individual medley and the 100 yard breaststroke, and Gandaria captured top honors in both sprint freestyle events. Aaron Shibilski, Mathew Koronka, Zach Mrnik, and Charles Julien rounded the medal winners with strong performances the breaststroke and 200 yard freestyle events. Co Captain David Turner was selected as the “swimmer of the meet” for his anchor leg of the 400 yard freestyle relay that set a Conference and pool record in that event.
Head Coach Dale Schrank was very pleased with how his team performed on Saturday. “We had a number of very impressive swims across the board. We also won the Junior Varsity Conference Championships.Our first real test will come next Saturday as we host the Sectional Championships. The real challenge will be to seed ourselves in the lanes we need for the State meet in Madison.” said Schrank Sectional at Greenfield will start with diving on Fridat, and Swim action starts at 1:30 on Saturday February 15.