Front Row: Ben Branson, Briteny Jean & Owen Goodreau
Back Row: Arwyn Rawe, Jeffrey Mei, Andrew DiFiore & Chrisler Gilet
Not in Photo Nicholas Thermenos

Kindergarten Students of the Week

Mariano Spadafora, Mekhi Cook, Samantha Stanley & Jay Raj

High School Students of the Month

First Place Winner John Sullivan
Noah Cherian
Lauren Carlino drives for two


Kinnon also earned second place in a hotly contested 50-yard freestyle race, finishing with a time of 21.98. By finishing first and second, respectively, in his two individual events, Kinnon scored a total of 37 points individually the second highest individual score in the meet.
Christian’s teammates fed off his energy, particularly in the meet’s relay events. In the 200-yard freestyle relay, the Eagles’ team of brothers Nick and Kenny Antonucci, Kinnon, and Robbie Cummings eclipsed their own team record and finished in third place (1:30.50).  Mystic Valley’s 200-yard medley relay team (brothers Christian Kinnon and Ryan Kinnon, Michael Leung, and Robbie Cummings) dropped more than two seconds off of their best time to finish in sixth place with a time of 1:42.25. The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Cummings, senior captain Ben Lieu, Damir Durakovic, and Nick Antonucci swam a seasonal-best time of 3:30.68, finishing in twelfth place.
A number of other Mystic Valley swimmers also competed successfully in individual events. Junior Nick Antonucci swam in two events, the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard breaststroke. He broke his personal-best time in the 200 freestyle and, with a time of 1:03.37, earned eleventh place in the breaststroke.
The 100-yard breaststroke event featured two other Mystic Valley swimmers, for a total of four in the race. No other school in the state, by comparison, entered more than three athletes in the meet’s final individual event. Sophomore Kenny Antonucci (1:05.60) and freshman Ryan Kinnon (1:07.10) both swam personal best times.
Junior Robbie Cummings (50-yard freestyle) and freshman Michael Leung (100-yard butterfly) both competed in individual events and were key members of their relay teams.
The Eagles already are optimistic for the future, as seven of the eight state qualifiers will return for the 2014-2015 campaign.



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