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LCAA’S FINEST: Denney leads Livonia swimmers to second-place finish at ‘C’ sectionals

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By Chris Metcalf


WEBSTER – Livonia sophomore Sophie Denney had a huge meet Saturday at the Section V Class C Swimming Championships.

Denney captured one individual event and also helped a relay team to another victory at the Webster Aquatic Center helping the Bulldogs to a strong second-place finish.

Denney captured the 200 Free title with a winning time of 2:08.47 as Dansville’s Ella Frazer and Livonia’s Laura Wood were second and third respectively.

Denney, along with the sophomore Wood teamed up with freshman Caris Sicker and junior Kiera Mayo to capture the 400 Free Relay with a winning time of 4:01.

Denney also placed third in the 100 Free while Mayo was fifth.

In the 200 Free Relay, Livonia placed second with Denney, Sicker, Mayo and senior Gracie Eadie hitting the wall behind first place Wellsville.

Wellsville won the team title with 379 points with Livonia finishing a strong second with 334 points.

Haverling (213 points) was third with Wayland Cohocton (179), Dansville (145) and Letchworth-Perry (129) finishing sixth through eighth respectively.

Livonia’s 200 Medley Relay also placed second behind Eadie, Wood, senior Emma Olsheski and sophomore Sophie Beikirch.

In the 50 Free, Mayo had a third-place finish while Way-Co senior Claire Donlon was fourth and Sicker from Livonia was fifth.

Sicker went on to a fourth-place finish in the 100 Backstroke while teammate Eadie was fifth.

Donlon also captured first place in the diving competition while Dansville’s Abigail Kendall and Letworth-Perry’s Naomi Young were third and fifth respectively.

Rockcastle went on to finish second in the 100 Breaststroke with Livonia’s Olsheski and Beikirch placing fourth and fifth respectively.

Frazer, a senior from Dansville also helped the Mustangs with her third-place finish in the 500 Free with Wood placing fourth.

Dansville’s 400 Free Relay team was fourth with Frazer and Kendall teaming up with Haidyn Scollon and Kaitlyn Lee while Way-Co placed fifth with Goodwin, Natalie Williamson, Taylor Richardson and Skylar Richardson.

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