Monday, February 25, 2013
The MPSSAA state swim meet was held in College Park.
The C. Milton Wright girls set three county records and paddled to a second-place finish in the state swim meet Saturday in College Park. C. Milton Wright took second in the MPSSAA girls meet, and fourth in the boys meet, as the top representatives from Harford County. The Mustangs girls topped last year's record in the 200 medley relay, swimming a 1:53.24, besting the 1:54.82 set last year. They won the state title by three seconds. Part of both of those relay teams was Lauren O'Mara, who also broke her own county reacord in the 100 breast stroke with a time of 1:06.70. O'Mara set the previous record—1:07.18—at the region meet just a week prior. O'Mara won the gold with that performance. Teammate Megan Cowan broke the county record in the…
Thursday, February 7, 2013
C. Milton Wright capped off its regular season title with a win in the championship meet.
After winning the regular season title, the C. Milton Wright swim team took home the county championship Wednesday. The Mustangs won the boys and girls titles at the championship meet—held over two days at Magnolia Middle School. Check out the attached file for all the results. Fallston finished second and Patterson Mill was third. Region meets are Feb. 14-16, and state meets are Feb. 22-23, according to the MPSSAA. TELL US: Who were the best swimmers in Harford County this season? Leave a comment.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Five Harford County swimming programs have winning records heading into 2013.
C. Milton Wright is ahead of the pack, but there are plenty of teams paddling through the wake in the Harford County swimming standings. Heading into 2013, the Mustangs are undefeated as a team—led by a 5-0 girls team—while Harford Tech is 4-1 overall—buoyed by a 5-0 boys team. Check out the full standings—both combined, and by boys and girls teams—in the slideshow above. Also, find the top times in each event in the PDF with this post. Have photos of your swimmers in action? Add them to this post, and we might feature them in a separate slideshow on all three Harford County Patch sites this week. A big swim fan? Why not contribute to Patch regularly? Join our Local Voices and post your own stories, photos or video.