BROOKVILLE — The DuBois swim team swept Brookville on the road Monday as the girls secured a 122-61 victory while the boys came away with a 101-75 win.

On the girls side, the Lady Beavers took first in 10 out of the 11 swimming events on the night.

DuBois opened the meet with a win from the 200 medley relay team of Elle McMahon, Cassie Carnesali, Alayna Cornelius and Trulee Stainbrook with a time of 2:04.88.

The Lady Beavers then got wins from Allyson Andrulonis (200 free), McMahon (200 IM) and Cornelius (50 free).

After Brookville’s Courney Ortz took first in the 1 meter dive with a score of 195.55, DuBois followed with wins in the next five events.

Rayna Fenstermacher got the run started by winning the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:08.25, while Ashley Usaitis won the 100 free at 1:04.71.

Allyson Andrulonis then finished the 500 free with a time of 6:01.57 to take first place, while Usaitis, Brant, Fenstermacher and Anna Wingard teamed up to take first place in the 200 free really at 1:52.35.

Abby Dressler followed with a time of 1:08.32 to take first place in the 100 backstroke, before the Lady Raiders got their lone win in a swim event.

Sadie Shofestall secured first place in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:19.82, then DuBois closed out the meet with a win from Wingard, Makayla Robertson, Trista Truesdale and Dressler in the 400 free relay.

On the boys side, DuBois was able to secure first place finishes in 10 of the 11 swimming events on its way to the victory.

The relay team of Ian Meterko, Tucker Fenstermacher, Logan Wells and Tino Deemer started the night off with a win for the Beavers in the 200 medley relay by posting a time of 1:49.16.

Isaac Wayne followed with a win in the 200 free, before Fenstermacher took first in the 200 IM and Wells secured a win in the 50 free.

Brookville then took first in the following two events, as Bay Harper, the lone boys competitor in the 1 meter dive, secured first with a score of 107.15, then Calvin Doolittle won the 100 butterfly.

The Beavers then closed out the night with wins in the final six events, as Tino Deemer got things started with a win in the 100 free and Wayne followed with a first place finish in the 500 free, shaving 10 seconds off his previous best time this season.

Fenstermacher, Wells, Deemer and Kolton Gwizdala then secured a first place time of 1:37.01 in the 200 free relay before Meterko posted a 58.99 in the 100 backstroke to take first.

Fenstermacher followed with his fourth overall and second individual win of the meet in the 100 breaststroke by finishing with a time of 1:08.46.

Gwizdala, Kaleb Stevens, Josh Singler and Wayne closed out the night for DuBois by taking first place in the 400 freestyle relay with a time of 3:55.81.

“That was two good wins for us tonight,” said DuBois coach Mike Gressler. “We had some kids have really good swims and some others have solid swims, but no one had a bad swim tonight.

“Isaac Wayne had a good night, particularly in the 500 free, and Christian Roemer had a solid swim in placing fifth in the 100 breaststroke. All the kids were excited about his performance tonight. Anna Wingard also put together a nice swim in the 500 free (second place) even though she didn’t win that event.

“Things are setting up nicely for us as we get prepared for districts. We host St. Marys on Thursday which will give us some strong competition before we rest up for the final push towards districts.”

Thursday’s meet against St. Marys closes out DuBois; regular season.

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