Wesleyan boys rule pool to win own event

NORCROSS - Rich McMurry set a new school record in the 50 freestyle this past weekend, helping the host Wolves win the boys competition at the Wesleyan Invitational.

Wesleyan won the boys division with 311 points over runner-up Dunwoody's 233. The Wolves were second in the girls division with 280 points, falling just three points short of St. Pius' winning total. The host school easily won the combined points title with 591 to St. Pius' 477.

McMurry won the 50 free in a school-record time of 22.36 seconds and also was first in the 100 free at 50.93.

Wesleyan also got boys wins from Michael Reynolds in the 500 free (5:13.94) and Jake Hedrick in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.20).

Wesleyan's girls winners were Erika Ramsey (50 free, 26.36 and 100 free, 58.29), Abby Nelson (diving, 206.10) and Hannah Machemehl (100 breast, 1:15.23).

Duluth's Haliburton wins Clody title

LILBURN - Duluth's Sara Haliburton swept the girls diving titles at the Clody Invitational this past weekend.

Haliburton won the six-dive title with a score of 164.15 and took first in 11-dive with a score of 315.60. Peachtree Ridge's Erica Sharman (160.85) was second in six-dive and Collins Hill's Mary Kate Young (310.85) was second in 11-dive.

Duluth also had the following swimmers place first at the Clody meet: Zach Simonini (200 free, 1:55.65 and 100 backstroke, 1:03.14), Kenny Chan (200 IM, 2:33.32) and Blake Harrington (100 free, 52.53).

Hawks' Cowgill sets school record

LILBURN - Mill Creek's Cameron Cowgill set a school record in diving to place first in this past weekend's Clody Invitational.

Cowgill won the boys six- and 11-dive titles with scores of 264.55 and 486.20, respectively. Brookwood's Jacob Modrich (220.05/366.05) was second in both competitions.

Mill Creek's Meghan Gordon also broke school records in the six-dive (138.60) and 11-dive (227.80) to place fifth and seventh, respectively, at the Clody meet.

The Hawks' individual race winners at the Clody were: Caroline Roloff (100 free, 200 free), Savannah Miller (200 individual medley) and Cristian Cardona (100 butterfly).