WEBSTER — For the third straight yr, Livonia introduced the block again to Bulldog Lane.
The women swimming and diving group outdistanced runner-up Wellsville by over 100 factors as they simply captured the Part V Class C title Friday night time on the Webster Aquatic Heart.
Livonia completed with 431 factors with Wellsville (307) a distant second adopted by Pal-Mac (278) and Batavia (209) who had been third and fourth respectively.
The Bulldogs led this one from the opening gun as seniors Mackenzie Garger, MaKenna Wilkins and Lexi Mills teamed with freshman Lila Meyers to captured the meet’s opening occasion Friday — the 200 Medley Relay with a profitable time of 1:58.30.
Mills would go on to have an enormous efficiency as she received the 100 Freestyle, helped her 200 Freestyle Relay group to a different first place end and positioned second within the 50 Free.
Within the 100 Free victory, Mills swam a time of 55.73 to get the highest spot whereas Meyers positioned third (57.00).
Within the 200 Free Relay’s win with a time of 1:44.92, Mills began issues off and was adopted by Garger, sophomore Katie DeWater and Meyers to earn the highest spot.
The one non-first place end for Mills got here within the 50 Free when she took second to Batavia’s Maiya Reinhart who swam a NYS-time of 24.46 with Mills hitting the wall at 25.01.
The senior Reinhart was named the ‘Section V Class C ‘Swimmer of the Meet.’
Wilkins would tack on some factors for the Bulldogs as she positioned second within the 100 Butterfly (1:05.35) and third within the 100 Breaststroke (1:15.47) whereas teammate Angela Tewksbury, a sophomore, was fourth (1:16.00).
Additionally for Livonia, senior Elizabeth Discipline positioned second to Letchworth’s Sidney Simmons within the diving competitors.
Simmons scored 359.80 factors whereas Discipline scored 342.85.