as declared in Here are some of the more notable performances from the girls Division II state championship Friday night:* Hawken senior Crile Hart was the story of the night on the girls side.
Bainon Hart of Hawken finished with a time of 23.52, while Bay sophomore Maja Miedza finished in 23.86.
CANTON, Ohio – The last time the Hawken girls swim team failed to win the OHSAA state championship, none of its current competitors was even born.
* Hawken finished third and fourth in the 500 freestyle, with freshman Sylvia Stewart-Bates finishing third and junior Bella Ratino finishing fourth.
* Hawken finished the night the same way it started – on top of the podium in a relay.
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Hawken boys swimming wins state title: Division II boys swimming 2017 memorable performances:
His time of 1:34.55 not only broke the state meet record of 1:36.75, but also the pool record at C.T.
That broke the previous state meet record of 47.95 set in 2013 and the pool record of 47.10, set in 2007.
Rakovec finished second with a time of 4:29.72, second only to defending state champion Eric Knowles of Xenia Legacy Christian.
Hart finished second with a time of 48.87, with Esposito finished fifth at 51.30.
The team of sophomore Isaac Esposito, senior Matthew Rakovec, junior Zeb Hart and junior Calvin Tecson won the event by 1.72 seconds over second-place Bellbrook.
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