Friday, January 13, 2012
Eagles' swim teams split against Franklin.
The Sharon High School girls swimming team recorded two state meet qualifying times and defeated Franklin, 98-67, Tuesday night at Randolph High School. The visiting Panthers won the boys meet, 92-78, Eagles head coach Jennifer Iverson said. The Sharon girls' 200 free relay team won its event in 1:52.31 minutes, qualifying for the state meet, Iverson said. Senior Tana Bao qualified for the state meet in the 100 breast (1:15.28), she said. "We didn't have any girls go to states last year, so this is very exciting for us," Iverson said. The Eagles also got wins Tuesday from: the 200 medley relay team of Bao, junior Carly Krause, freshman Liza Krause and sophomore Alex Arnoff (2:05.88); Liza Krause, in both the 200 free (2:14.89) and the 100 …
Friday, January 6, 2012
King Philip sweeps Eagles Thursday.
Several Sharon High School swimmers recorded their best times of the season against visiting King Philip on Thursday night, Eagles head coach Jennifer Iverson said today. King Philip won both meets, held at Randolph High School: 93-69 for the boys and 86-79 for the girls. Iverson said that in the girls meet, Sharon's 400 free relay team of sophomore Julia Cox, freshman Liza Krause, junior Christine LaHive and senior Tana Bao qualified for the sectionals with a time of 4:18.37. The Eagles recorded these personal best times, Iverson said: Krause, in the 200 free, 2:12.90; Bao, in the 200 individual medley, 2:22.94, a four-second improvement; junior co-captain Erin Seigel, in the 200 individual medley, 2:54.64; sophomore Mimi Ross, in the 200…
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Eagles' girls earn first win of the season.
The Sharon High School boys swimming team won nine of the 11 events to beat host Foxborough, 104-58, on Friday. The Eagles also won the girls meet, 95-71, for their first win of the season. Foxborough won several events, but Sharon took second and third, scoring points in the process. The Hockomock Area YMCA’s Invensys Foxboro branch hosted the meets. In the boys meet, Sharon junior co-captain Will Sweet won the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:04.19. “We’re finding out that it's a real strong point for him,” Eagles (2-1) head coach Jennifer Iverson said. Sophomore Jon Dunlap made sectionals in the 100 breast with a time of 1:07.10, she said. He also won the 100 fly, with a time of 1:02.55, and the 100 breast with a time of 1:07.10. …
Monday, December 19, 2011
Eagles next host North Attleboro on Wednesday.
The Sharon High School swimming program recorded state qualifying times in three events during the teams' recent season openers. The Eagles' boys 200 medley relay team of junior Dan Griffin, sophomores Jon Dunlap and Eoghan Daly and junior co-captain Will Sweet qualified for the states with a time of 1:51.48 during last Wednesday night's meet against visiting Mansfield, head coach Jennifer Iverson said Sunday. Dunlap also qualified for the states in the 200 individual medley, and Daly in the 100 fly and 500 free, Iverson said. In the girls meet, senior Tana Bao qualified for the states in the 200 individual medley, Iverson said. Sharon recorded two sectional qualifying times: the 200 medley relay of Bao, junior co-captain Erin Seigel, …
Monday, December 5, 2011
Two team marks set in swim team's season debut.
The Sharon Sea Eagles Swim Team began defending its Winter Suburban Swim League title by winning its season opener Saturday, setting two team records along the way. Sharon defeated Holbrook, 386-156, at Quincy's Lincoln-Hancock School, according to results provided by team parent publicity coordinator Maura McAuliffe. Sharon's Eugene Oh broke the Sea Eagles' 9 and 10 boys freestyle record, with a time of 14.38, McAuliffe said. Gregory Klimov broke the 9 and 10 boys breaststroke record, with a time of 19.06. Children 10 and under swim 25-yard events, while those older swim 50 yards, she noted. The Sea Eagles' next opponent is Walpole on Jan. 7.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Sharon High's winter sports begin Nov. 28.
Sharon High School's swimming and gymnastics teams will have new coaches this season. In swimming, Jennifer Iverson will succeed Adrienne Smutko, who has married and moved to Iowa, Sharon High Athletic Director Robert Sondheim said Wednesday. Smutko coached the Eagles for two seasons. Sharon High Spanish teacher John Perry will join Iverson as assistant coach, Sondheim said. Perry previously coached swimming at Arlington High School, he said. Jennifer Dempsey returns as diving coach, Sondheim said. In gymnastics, former Sharon High captains Jessica Savrann and Jamie Whiting will serve as co-coaches, Sondheim said. They succeed Jessica Hiltz, who stepped down after one year after accepting a job elsewhere, Sondheim said. Sharon High's …