Wethersfield swimming and diving remained undefeated, improving to 5-0 with a convincing victory over Rocky Hill last Tuesday night.
The Eagles started the meet with a bang, placing first and second in the 200 Medley Relay. The foursome of Blake Fulton, Caleb Skowronek, Holden Hoon, and Jack Blaisdell won the event and Rory Stickley, Matthew Iallonardo, Shane Bresnahan, and Brendon Mansaku took second.
In the next event, Austin Bovino won the 200 Freestyle with teammate Patrick McGuane finishing second.
Hoon then won the 200 Individual Medley, beating Rocky Hill’s Brian Speers by nearly three seconds.
Fulton and Blaisdell then finished 1-2 in the 50 Freestyle, providing the Eagles a comfortable lead heading into the diving portion of the evening.
Eagles divers continued to soar, as Hadden Gaunt, Jordan Griffin, and Brian Puglielli finished 1-2-3.
Despite the loss Rocky Hill has had a solid season, winning four of six meets prior to Tuesday night.
The Terriers are in the middle of a long home stand, with Windsor coming to town Fri, Feb 2 for a 4 p.m. meet.
The Eagles welcome the Middletown Blue Dragons to WHS that same night for a 5 pm meet.
Sports Editor for the Rare Reminder, Glastonbury Citizen, and Rivereast News Bulletin