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Schaumburg prevails at Conant

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Schaumburg earned the first dual-meet victory for boys swimming head coach Paul Desruisseaux in a 97-89 decision at Conant in a Mid-Suburban West matchup on Friday.

Evan Wahlen and Michael Walsh provided a 1-2 finish in the 200-meter freestyle for the Saxons, and Matt Sigler and Adam Maslowski gave the team a lift with a 1-2 finish in diving.

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Wahlen also had a leg on the winning medley relay, and Dan Skiroock won the 50 free and had a leg on the winning 200 free relay.

Conant victories included Kaz Morita in the 200 IM and 400 free, and Kodey Visitacion won the 100 back in 1:12.18.

Hersey d. Elk Grove: The Huskies won 128.5-57.5 as Elk Grove junior Colin Williams delivered a terrific winning effort in the 100-yard butterfly in 52.46 at Elk Grove.

Event winners for Hersey were Connor Reynolds (50 free, 100 free), Paul Kim (200 IM), Santiago Guerrero (500 free), David Kuntz (100 back), Tucker Fenwick (diving) and Michael Buffa (100 breast).

Williams also won the 200 free (1:53.05) for the Grenadiers.

Palatine d. Hoffman Estates: Jacob Baran won the 50-meter freestyle and had legs on all three winning Palatine relays in a 126-58 decision in favor of the Pirates at Hoffman Estates.

Marcus Carter-Buckman won the 200 free (2:05.34) and 100 free (57.92), Alex Bartosik won the 400 free (4:29.40) and 100 breast (1:12.37) and Jordan Kalina won the 100 fly (1:05.03) and had two relay legs.

Jacob Pasaye was a double winner for Hoffman, taking top honors in the 200 IM (2:27.40) and 100 back (1:07.84).

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