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Southern Tier Sports Report
JOHNSON CITY — The Horseheads boys’ swimming and diving team picked up a 98-62 win on Thursday in STAC action at Johnson City.

Cullin Cole, Keagen Winkky, Emmett Hanson and Andrew Wood won the 200 medley relay in 1:47.57.

In the 200 free Shoonfon Li won in 1:50.47 followed by teammates Andrew Schrage in 2:01.18 and Dominick Miller in 2:18.81.

Cole won the 200 IM in 2:11.05 followed by Thai Tran (2:28.11) and Aidan Schooley (2:30.34).

Kiran Gulati was second in the 50 free in 25.92 followed by Andrew Wood (26.20).

Aaron Verkleuren won the diving at 266.90 followed by teammates Joshua Scibek (248.25) and Miles Twomey (206.55).

Hanson won the 100 fly in 1:00.64, followed by Schrage (1:01.02) and Bryson Wood (1:08.04).

Alexander Villegas of Horseheads won the 100 free in 53.33 followed by Winkky (55.25).

Li won the 500 free in 4:57.10 followed by Andrew Wood (5:46.54) and Dominick Miller (6:27.27).

In the 200 free relay Winkky, Villegas, Hanson and Li had the top time of 1:35.32 as an exhibition.

In the 100 back Cole had the top time as an exhibition in 58.13. Tran had the second best time as an exhibition in 1:15.73 followed by Gulati (1:16.59).

In the 400 free relay Winkky, Li, Hanson and Villegas had the top time as an exhibition in 3:34.83.

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