Staying undefeated, the West Genesee girls swim team improved to 3-0 on the season by knocking off Oswego 99-85 last Tuesday night at its home pool in Camillus.
Kim Pedrotti earned two individual titles for the Wildcats. She dominated the 200 freestyle, winning in 2:06.69, then engaged in a spirited duel with the Buccaneers' Michaela Auer in the 100 breaststroke, winning by a slim margin, 1:11.70 to Auer's 1:11.81.
Olivia Castro got her own double, going from a victory in the 50 freestyle (26.66 seconds) to a strong time of 5:44.98 in the 500 freestyle. Emily Kamoza won the 100 freestyle in 59.37 seconds and Brianna Smith needed 1:07.98 to take first place in the 100 backstroke.
Ali Miedaner prevailed in diving, earning 189.45 points, while the Wildcats also claimed the 200 freestyle relay as Kamoza, Castro, Shannon Cahalan and Regina Stracqualursi posted a time of 1:48.95.
As this went on, Westhill/Corcoran moved to 2-3 on the season by putting together a 102-83 victory over Manlius-Pebble Hill. During that meet, diving star Imani Williams set a Corcoran pool record by earning 254.20 points.
Williams also teamed with Maura Fleming, Rachel Perry and Lauren Perry to win the 200 medley relay in 2:06.67. Rachel Perry went on to take the 500 freestyle (5:52.63) and added a top time of 1:05.93 in the 100 backstroke, with Lauren Perry needing 26.13 seconds to dominate the 50 freestyle.
Ashley Rocker joined in by getting first place in the 100 freestyle (1:03.70), also teaming with Therese Guy and the Perry sisters to win the 400 freestyle relay in 4:14.16.