BROOKVILLE — The DuBois boys and girls swim teams each collected 10 wins en route to a sweep of host Brookville Monday.

Drew Canter three wins to lead the way for tthe beavers, who came away with a 109-60 victory. On the girls’ side, it was Gabi Wayne and Kiersten Pearce who both won three events in a 123-59 win over the Lady Raiders.

“We had some swimmers have good nights, some that kind of fell in the middle and others who, tonight, just wasn’t their night,” said DuBois coach Mike Grssler. “The good news is this wasn’t our last meet, and we’re back at it Thursday and can continue to try some different things as we look to finalize our lineup for districts.”

Canter took home individual wins in the 200 IM (2:09.74) and 100 butterfly (57.69) and teamed up with Tino Deemer, Garrett Fleming and Austin Shaffer-Doan to win the 200 medley relay in 1:51.69.

Canter would have added a fourth with, but DuBois’ 400 freestyle relay team that featured Canter only swam as an exhibition, with their fastest time not counting towards the meet score.

Fleming added a second win in the 100 breaststroke (1:06.73) and a second in the 100 free and 200 freestyle relay. Teammate Ian Meterko won both the 200 free (1:59.98) and 100 backstroke (1:02.45).

Shaffer-Doan posted a second win in the 50 free (25.92), while Gaven Wolfang (100 free, 54.73), Logans Wells (diving, 125.50) and Kaleb Stevens (500 free, 5:43.72) also notched individual victories for the Beavers.

Wolfgang had a second-place finish in the 200 free and 200 freestyle relay, with Mason Smith (50 free)and Paul Brittain (500 free) adding runner-up finishes in their respective events.

“Drew Canter competed in some different races tonight and swam well, as did Ian Meterko and Austin Shaffer-Doan, who got back into the 25s in the 50 free,” said Gressler. “I’ve been pleased with what Drew has been doing recently, and I think he’ll see that work pay off later.”

Brookville posted wins in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. In the 200 event, the quartet of Mark Fitzgerald, Kyle Gotwald, Donavan Hoffman and Thad Johnson touched the wall first in 1:44.57.

In the 400 relay, Fitzgerald teamed up with Blake Saunders, Aaron Briggs and Logan Miholics won in 4:14.99.

Brookville also got individual second-place finishes from Johnson (200 IM, 100 backstroke), Saunders (100 butterfly) and Hoffman (100 breaststroke).

On the girls’ side, Wayne captured her lone individual victory in a different event for her, ass he touched the wall first in the 500 freestyle (5:28.76). She also swam the anchor leg on the Lady Beavers’ victorious 200 medley (2:01.18) and 200 freestyle (1:53.23) relay teams.

Wayne was joined in the medley relay by Pearce, Lauren Usaitis and Marchioni, while in the 200 free relay the trio of Jessica Brant, Allyson Andrulonis and Cassie Carnesali.

Like Canter, Wayne could have had a fourth win, but the 400 freestyle relay squad she competed on that won was only swimming as an exhibition.

Pearce added wins in the 100 free (59.49) and 100 backstroke (1:07.28), while Usaitis touched the wall first in the 50 free (28.27). DuBois also got individual wins from Brant (100 butterfly, 1:11.92), Carnesali (100 breaststroke, 1:22.56), Elle McMahon (200 free, 2;16.13) and Alayna Cornelius (200 IM, 2:33.29).

Marchioni (500 free), Andrulonis (200 free), McMahon (100 butterfly), Natalie Sprague (200 IM), Katelynn (diving) and Trulee Stainbrook (100 free) all added runner-up finishes in those respective events.

“Jessica Brant had a great night on the girls side. She has made a lot of improvement so far this year,” said Gressler. “Cassie Carnesali had another good night, and our divers put up some nice scores too.”

Brookville’s lone individual win came courtesy Zoe Cable in 1-meter diving (212.85 points). The Lady Raider 400 free relay squad of Rilee Myers, Sydney Barto, Brynn Afton and Emily Lindermuth also won with a time of 4:53.99.

Cable added a second-place in the 50 free, while teammates Natalie Bush (100 backstroke) and Cassie Wonderling (100 breaststroke) also added runner-up finishes.

DuBois wraps up its regular season Thursday at home against St. Marys.

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