DuBOIS — The DuBois swimming teams wrapped up its home slate with a sweep of Brookville on Monday evening.

The Beavers had a close meet halfway through, but ended up winning, 102-66. The Lady Beavers dropped just one event on the night to come away with a 130-49 victory.

“I thought it was a very nice meet on the boys and girls side,” said DuBois coach Mike Gressler. “Brookville really came out strong, especially on the boys side. After the butterfly, they were only down by one point and I pointed out to my guys how close the meet was. They certainly responded to that. They came real hard after the butterfly and swam very well.”

“We were using tonight for a couple different things. Part of what we were doing tonight was trying to figure out our district lineup, trying some new things, thinking about re-strategy.”

“Overall I’m happy with the way they swam. I’m looking forward to finding out how many lifetime bests we had tonight because I’m sure we had a pretty good number.”

DuBois had one swimmer on each team win four events in Gaven Wolfgang and Julie Marchioni. Wolfgang won the 200 free and 100 free, and also had a leg int he 200 and 400 free relay teams.

Marchioni swam a leg in all three relays on the night and also won the 100 fly.

Also swimming with Wolfgang in the 200 FR were Mason Smith, Tino Deemer, and Austin Shaffer-Doan. The 400 free relay team was Wolfgang, Tucker Fenstermacher, Deemer, and Logan Wells.

Swimming with Marchioni on the girls’ 200 medley relay was Cassie Carnesali, Rayna Fenstermacher, and Alayna Cornelius. The 200 FR consisted of Marchioni, Cornelius, Lauren Usaitis, and Trulee Stainbrook. Fenstermacher, Cornelius, and Elle McMahon teamed with Marchioni in the 400 free relay.

The Brookville girls had just one win on the night in 1-meter diving as Dani MacBeth edged teammate Mattie Drake.

The Brookville boys had one relay win in the 200 medley relay, consisting of Thad Johnson, Donavan Hoffman, Blake Saunders, and Kyle Gotwald. Johnson (200 IM) and Saunders (100 fly) also picked up individual wins.

Picking up individual wins for the Beavers were Mason Smith (50 free), Wells (100 back) and two from Tucker Fenstermacher (500 free, 100 breast).

The Lady Beavers got two wins from Usaitis (200 IM, 100 free), and one each from Rayna Fenstermacher (100 back), Carnesali (100 breast), Melody Stainbrook (200 free), Trulee Stainbrook (50 free), and Allyson Andrulonis (500 free).

DuBois wraps up the season on the road on Thursday at St. Marys. Brookville is off until the District 9 Championships on March 2-3.

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