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submitted by Coach John Duffy The Pelham Python swimmers have completed their third season with many individual and team accomplishments. The Pythons competed in six meets over the winter sports season, which started at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Swasey Pool in December and concluded at the Nashua Boys Club on January 29. First-year Coach John Duffy took over the team of 11 swimmers in November and began training three days a week at the Workout Club in Salem. Several swimmers were first-time swimmers and throughout the season showed significant improvement in stroke techniques, starts, and turns and improved swim times. Team Captain Lauren Tocco led the team and she has been swimming for several years. Lauren has excelled in the 100 Freestyle, dropping over 10 seconds from the beginning of the season to finish at 1:13.50, and in the 100 Backstroke, where she dropped five seconds and finished with a time of 1:25.01. “Lauren is a very gifted swimmer. I often rely on Lauren to demonstrate stroke techniques or turns for her teammates. I can also put Lauren in any race and she will excel against the competition,” said Coach Duffy. Lauren is also a key leg of the 200 Medley Relay and 200 Freestyle Relay. First-time swimmer Emily Lamport came into the season with great enthusiasm and a positive attitude. Emily swam the 50 Free and 100 Backstroke. Emily improved her 50 Free time by five seconds with a time of 37.36 and took almost 12 seconds off her 100 Back with a season-ending 1:43.43. “I’m looking forward to Emily’s enthusiasm in the pool and improving on these times,” said Coach Duffy. First-time swimmer Zach Johnson swam the 50 Free and 100
Free and made significant improvements in each stroke. Zach took four seconds off his 50 Free time with a season-ending 29.17, and four seconds off his 100 Free with a season-ending 1:06.54. “Zach works very hard in practice and I’m looking forward to improving on this next year,” said Coach Duffy. Zach is also the anchor leg of the men’s 200 Medley Relay and men’s 200 Freestyle Relay. Returning swimmer Madeline Avina swam the 50 Free and 100 Breaststroke. Madeline bested each event with a 40.75 and 1:53.63. Madeline dropped almost five seconds in the 50 Free and 12 seconds in the 100 Breaststroke during the season. “Madeline is another swimmer that has great potential and I am looking forward to improving those times next season,” said Coach Duffy. Returning men’s swimmer Brandon Hannon
swam the 50 Free and 100 Breaststroke. Brandon took 3.5 seconds off his 50 Free, ending up at a 27.00 and, in turn, becoming the fastest sprinter on the men’s side. He also swam a 1:26.59 for the 100 Breast and was the breaststroke leg of the 200 Medley Relay. “Brandon is very hard-working, never missed practice, and took advantage of any additional training offered. I’m confident next year [that] he can break the 27-second mark and take a run at qualifying for states next year,” said Coach Duffy. Returning women’s swimmer Sarah Chapman supported the Pythons by swimming in three events: the 50 Free, 100 Free, and 100 Breaststroke. Sarah knocked almost four seconds off her 50 Free with a season-best of 36.12, and finished with a time of 1:25.19 in the 100 Freestyle. She made significant improvement in the 100 Breaststroke with a time of 1:48.47. “Sarah is involved in many activities outside of swimming. I’m impressed with how well she swims given her busy schedule,” said Coach Duffy.
Python Swimmers Wrap Third Season with Success Ashley LaBonte is a returning swimmer in the 50 Free and 100
Free. Ashley also dropped four seconds in the 50 Free with a season-best of 33.69 and dropped over six seconds in the 100 Free with her best time of 1:15.38. “With Ashley’s work ethic in the pool and some off-season training, I’m hoping we can get that 100 Free under 1:10 and I’m confident she can break 30 seconds in the 50 Free,” said Coach Duffy. First-year men’s swimmer Thomas
Sarah Chapman swims the breaststroke
Lynch was a real surprise this year. Tommy took to the pool with a no-quit attitude and competed in the 50 Free and 100 Free. Tommy swam a 27.96 and 1:07.59, respectively, knocking four seconds off in the 50 and 11 seconds in the 100. “Tommy’s never-quit attitude was
a pleasure to work with. Next year, I hope to continue his training and break that one-minute threshold,” said Coach Duffy. Returning women’s swimmer Katherine McArthur swam the 100
Free and 100 Breaststroke. Katherine also swam the breaststroke in the 200 Medley Relay. Katherine over the season took 13 seconds off her 100 Free with a final time of 1:16.69, and swam her best time of 1:40.87 in the 100 Breaststroke. “Katherine is a lane leader in practice and does an excellent job managing the pace clock. She has a very strong kick that propels her freestyle. I’m looking forward to improving on this freestyle time next season,” said Coach Duffy. Lauren Melchionda is a junior and returning swimmer this
season. Lauren is a very courageous and determined swimmer. Lauren demonstrated this in the 50 Free, where she led the ladies this season with a time of 33.35. Also, in the 100 Free, Lauren swam a time of 1:16.30. However, Lauren showed real courage by swimming the 500 Freestyle. She swam it twice this season and finished with a time of 7:36.68, knocking 11 seconds off her first swim in this event. “Lauren is very determined and when she sets her mind to something, she does it!” said Coach Duffy. “I’m looking forward to having her back next year and seeing how well she will improve!”
Last is first-year swimmer for the men’s Lauren Tocco swims the backstroke
team, Tyler Racca, who is the team’s only senior. Tyler has never competed or trained for swimming before and it just came naturally for him. In practice one day, Coach Scotty from Windham commented on how well his freestyle technique is. She was surprised when Coach Duffy told her he was a first-year swimmer and never trained before. Tyler swam the 50 Free and 100 Free, which is typical for most first-year swimmers. Tyler started out in the 50 Free with a time of 28.96, and ended the season with 27.65 seconds. Where Tyler really shined was in the 100 Free. He started out
the season with a 1:07.18, and then Duffy asked him to swim a 200 Free at UNH, which is a tougher swim. Tyler swam a 2:24.96 for the 200 Free, but this swim placed a whole new perspective on the 100 Free for him. At Tyler’s next meet, he swam a 1:03.18 and finished the season in Nashua with his best time of 1:02.75. This was the fastest Pelham men’s time this year in the 100 Free, and looking back at previous years, the fastest 100 Freestyle time for the Pelham men. “Tyler has a bright future in swimming and hope he continues his training through the summer!” said Coach Duffy. The biggest highlights of the season were in the relays. The
women swam various combinations in both the 200 Medley and 200 Freestyle Relays. “Relays are exciting and I wanted to give each of the seven girls a chance to compete in the relays,” commented Coach Duffy. In the medley, the combination of
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Tocco, McArthur, Avina, and LaBonte swam the fastest with a time of 2:47.13, and in the 200 Freestyle Relay, the team of Chapman, McArthur, LaBonte, and Melchionda swam a time of 2:19.56. “The 2:19 time is the second fastest swim ever of the Pelham women,” said Duffy. The men’s 200 Freestyle Relay, which fielded the team of
Johnson, Lynch, Racca, and Hannon, swam the fastest time of any Pelham men’s 200 Freestyle Relay Team with a time of 1:51.88 in Nashua. In turn, the team of Johnson, Racca, Hannon, and Lynch swam the 200 Medley Relay with a time of 2:16.40. “I have looked back over the last three years, at all the meets Pelham men have competed in and both events are the best times!” said Coach Duffy. “These men have set the bar for future Pelham men’s swimming.” As the season came to a close, Duffy commented on the
following: “I said to the team at the beginning of the season that they would be better swimmers when the season was finished. I think all these athletes had fun, trained hard, and were better swimmers at the end of the season. These athletes were a pleasure to work with this year. Pelham has a young, but enthusiastic program. The parents were very supportive, helpful, and we had lots of fun helping out at the Windham home meets and traveling up to UNH. I’m looking forward to working with the returning swimmers next year and hope to have a handful of new swimmers to build the program.” Next year, Pelham plans to host some meets at the Workout Club in Salem. There is plenty of seating for those wanting to see some talented swimmers.
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