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Mullaly, Spanos help SHS swimmers shine at home


October 5, 2017 | View PDF

Kylie Mullaly swam her way to a second-place finish in the grueling 500-yard freestyle race and then teamed with Elena Hamner, Lucy Hankins and Meghan Mullaly to help the Seward Lady Seahawks turn in a strong outing at the Seward Invitational.

Mullaly, Hamner, Hankins and Kylie Mullaly highlighted the team’s efforts by swimming to second in the 200-yard freestyle relay. The four turned in a time of 2:16.52 and finished behind Homer in the standings.

Seward scored well in the 50-yard freestyle event. Kylie Mullaly raced to fifth with a time of 28.70. Meghan Mullaly was seventh at 29.47, while Fatima Suarez was 15th at 33.38.

Lucy Hankins and Megan Koster also made a stellar showing at the meet. Hankins was fourth in the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard freestyle, while Koster swam to a seventh-place mark in the 200-yard freestyle and eighth in the 500-yard freestyle.

The SHS 200-yard freestyle relay squad was fourth in their race.

Connor Spanos highlighted the Seward boys’ outing. He splashed his way to a second-place finish in the 500-yard freestyle by posting a time of 5:45.00. He also placed third in the 100-yard backstroke and teamed with Hunter Hollingsworth, Joshua Park and Karl Pfeiffenberger to help Seward take third in the 200-yard medley relay race. The four finished fourth in the 200-yard free relay.

Pfeiffenberger and Hollingsworth also swam well in other events. Pfeiffenberger garnered a bronze medal in the 100-yard freestyle race with a time of 1:04.46. He was also seventh in the 100-yard backstroke. In addition to swimming legs on both relays, Hollingsworth was fourth in the 200 individual medley and sixth in the 50 free results.

Park was eighth in the 50 freestyle.


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