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Essex outswims Marlins despite several multiple-victory efforts

ESSEX — Despite some strong individual efforts by Middlebury Marlins swimmers on Tuesday, host Town of Essex Swim Team won 16 of 18 contested relay races on the way to a 354-115 victory.
For the Marlins, Channing Brush won three eight-and-under girls’ races, and Oliver Poduschnick prevailed in three U-12 boys’ events.
Aidan Chance added two U-10 boys’ wins, and Thomas Denton, Michelle Yurista and Nora Wootten picked up one victory apiece for the Marlins, who will host Burlington Tennis Club and Winooski on Thursday and Tuesday, respectively, in their next two meets.
Scoring points for Middlebury on this past Tuesday with top-three individual finishes were:
BUTTERFLY
• U-8 girls: 1. Brush, 28.78.
• U-10 girls: 3. Yurista.
• U-10 boys: 2. C. Malhotra.
• U-12 girls: 3. H. Staats.
• U-12 boys: 1. Poduschnick, 34.72; 2. Denton.
• U-14 girls:  3. R. Merrill.
• U-18 girls: 3. K. Moulton.
• U-18 boys: 3. J. Brookman.
BACKSTROKE
• U-10 girls: 1. Yurista, 20.03.
• U-10 boys: 1. Chance, 22.10.
• U-12 girls: 3. K. McNamara.
• U-12 boys: 1. Denton, 37.50.
• U-14 girls: 1. I. Olson.
• U-18 girls: 2. C. Eagan.
• U-18 boys: 1. A. Milligan.
BREASTSTROKE
• U-8 girls: 1. Brush, 30.59.
• U-10 girls: 1. Wootten, 21.61; 2. K. Yurista.
• U-10 boys: 3. Chance.
• U-12 girls: 3. C. Brush.
• U-12 boys: 1. Poduschnick, 38.81; 2. W. Carpenter.
• U-14 girls: 2. Merrill; 3. G. Tucker.
• U-18 girls: 3. H. Milligan.
• U-18 boys: 3. J. Schmitt.
FREESTYLE
• U-8 girls: 1. Brush, 23.50; 3. A. McGill.
• U-10 girls: 2. Yurista.
• U-10 boys: 1. Chance, 18.28; 3. Malhotra.
• U-12 girls: 3. Staats.
• U-12 boys: 1. Poduschnick, 30.34; 2. C. Hodson.
• U-14 girls: 2. Olson; 3. Merrill.
• U-18 girls: 3. Moulton.
• U-18 boys: 3. Brookman.

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