Swimming Wildcats handle CNS, stay unbeaten

Running its mark to a perfect 5-0, the West Genesee girls team took on Cicero-North Syracuse Friday night at the LeMoyne College pool and beat the Northstars by a score of 99-85.

Kim Pedrotti had a part in three different titles. On her own, Pedrotti won the 200 individual medley in 2:22.92 and needed 1:11.77 to prevail in the 100 breaststroke, while she also helped Nicole Desko, Brianna Smith and Jordan Donegan take the 200 medley relay in 2:06.42.

Emily Kanoza was first in the 200 freestyle (2:09.59), with Olivia Castro needing 1:07.95 to finish first in the 100 backstroke and Sarah Yagan taking the 500 freestyle (6:06.14). Castro helped Emily Kanoza, Hannah Kanoza and Kristen Mooney prevail in the 200 freestyle relay in 1:49.20.

Two days before the Wildcats hit the pool, Westhill/Corcoran improved to 3-3 in the Onondaga High School League (3-5 overall) with a 79-57 victory over Fulton.

Lauren Perry, Maura Fleming and Ashley Rocker each won a pair of races. Perry swept the sprints, taking the 50 freestyle (25.61 seconds) and adding a victory in the 100 freestyle in 57.25 seconds.

Fleming needed 6:14.97 to prevail in the 500 freestyle before getting first place in the 100 breaststroke in 1:24.47. Rocker edged Fulton's Janelle Talents, 2:35.15 to 2:35.31, in the 200 individual medley before taking the 100 butterlfy in 1:19.04.

Rachel Perry had a quick time of 1:05.23 in the 100 backstroke as Imani Williams piled up 266.6 points on the diving board. Perry and Williams teamed with Rocker and Fleming to finish first in the 200 medley relay in a time of 2:13.23. Dana Ganley was second in the 100 butterfly.

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