FC swim team gets pair of victories
The Fox Chapel High School swim team picked up a pair of wins against Shaler on Dec. 18 and split with Seneca Valley on Dec. 20.
At Shaler, the boys won by a score of 89-80 and the girls won 92-48.
For the boys, Scott Sterrett won the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke, while Zihan Su took first in the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke.
Noah Cagley also took first in two events as he won the 100 butterfly and 500 freestyle.
Ryan Foster won the 200 intermediate.
On the girl's side, Sia Beasley won the 50 and 100 freestyle. Anna Mucci won the 200 freestyle, Franny Dean was first in the 100 butterfly and Amanda Todd won the 100 backstroke.
Against Seneca Valley, Beasley won the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke and Dean won the 200 intermediate and 100 breaststroke.
Mucci won the 100 butterfly and Maura Clark won the 500 freestyle.
The boys had six individual first place finishes led by Su in the 200 intermediate and the 100 backstroke and Cagley in the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Sterrett won the 100 butterfly and Dante Cordaro took first in the 100 breaststroke.
Fox Chapel fell to Plum, 37-21 on Dec. 19 in a Section 3B-AAA match.
Jared Rice had a pin at 113 for the Foxes.
Austin Pisano picked up a win at 120, Tyler Heasley won at 160, Jon Fisher gained a forfeit win at 195 and Tyler Lever was the winner at 285.
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