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Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 9:43 am

SALAMANCA — Kayla Jackson qualified for the Section 6 meet in two events andthe  Salamanca Central School swimmers came up with 30 personal bests as the Warriors defeated Springville, 101-85, to remain undefeated on the year at 9-0.

Jackson turned in the first sub-six-minute effort of her career in the 500 freestyle, touching the wall in 5:58.60.

She also won the 200 freestyle in 2:11.80.

Jessica Fish added wins in the 50 and 100 freestyle while Abigail Meek met pre-sectional qualifying times in placing second in both the 50 and 100.

“The final score was a little surprising,” said Salamanca coach Laurie Lafferty-John. “We haven’t competed against Springville much over the last couple of years. The only time we swam in a dual meet with them last year was in their pool and they only have four lanes so it’s hard to get a reading on their depth.

“The fact that we were home in our (six-lane) pool was a big advantage.”

Heidi Frank won the 200 indidivual medley and 100 butterfly for Springville (6-2).

“I  am very pleased with our younger girls who continue to improve,” said Lafferty-John. “Courtney Sherwood comes to mind ... she’s an 8th-grader who every time she dives into the pool seems to shave seconds off her time. Another one is Marijayne Schwartz, a 7th grader. She is long and lean and is beginning to find her place as a valid point getter for us.”

Olean High 71, Allegany-Limestone 31

Olean High 76, Frewsburg 25

OLEAN — Makayla Sargent continued to rewrite the Olean High record book, slicing  into the Huskies’ best effort ever in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:06.98.

“It’s not different than any other meet for us,” said OHS coach Dan Brown. “Makayla had another spectacular race.

“Chelsea finally qualified for the 100 breaststroke in the Section 6 meet, something she’s been trying to do all season. And we had a great effort from Erin Kalsman in the 100 fly where she took over half a second off her previous best.”

Abby O’Brien (201.50 points) won the diving competition for Allegany-Limestone.

AT SALAMANCA

Salamanca 101, Springville 85

200 medley relay: Salamanca (Ball, Shurilla, Forthman, Fish) 2:12.39

200 freestyle: Jackson (S) 2:11.80

200 individual medley: Frank (Sp) 2:36.43

50 freestyle: Fish (S) :26.92

Diving: Forthman (S) 178.42

100 butterfly: Frank (Sp) 1:09.60

100 freestyle: Fish (S) 1:00.02

500 freestyle: Jackson (S) 5:58.60

200 freestyle relay: Salamanca (Forthman, Ball, Meek, Jackson) 1:55.27

100 backstroke: Brooks (Sp) 1:10.40

100 breaststroke: Rehrauer (Sp) 1:23.50

400 freestyle relay: Salamanca (Fish, Meek, DuPont, Jackson) 4:14.95

AT OLEAN

Olean High 71, Allegany-Limestone 31

Olean High 76, Frewsburg 25

200 medley relay: Olean High (D. Kalsman, Sargent, E. Kalsman, Simon) 2:00.41

200 freestyle: Schwartz (O) 2:16.74

200 individual medley: D. Kalsman (O) 2:28.84

50 freestyle: Simon (O) :25.93

Diving: O’Brien (A-L) 201.50

100 butterfly: E. Kalsman (O) 1:07.13

100 freestyle: Simon (O) :56.71

500 freestyle: Sargent (O) 5:06.98

200 freestyle relay: Olean High (Gergel, Smith, Simon, Mattys) 1:54.58

100 backstroke: Schwartz (O) 1:10.97

100 breaststroke: Cecchi (O) 1:15.41

400 freestyle relay: Olean High (E. Kalsman, Sargent, D. Kalsman, Foster) 4:05.60

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