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Mamaroneck Swimmers Compete At State Championships

Nicole Parry with Mamaroneck swim coach Cathleen Ferguson after her relay race and before her individual sprint races.
Nicole Parry with Mamaroneck swim coach Cathleen Ferguson after her relay race and before her individual sprint races. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
Mamaroneck's state-qualifying medley relay team, from left, Alexa Parry, Tessa Garces, Nicole Parry and Theresa Pace in Ithaca on Saturday.
Mamaroneck's state-qualifying medley relay team, from left, Alexa Parry, Tessa Garces, Nicole Parry and Theresa Pace in Ithaca on Saturday. Photo Credit: Provided/Cathleen Ferguson

ITHACA, N.Y. -- Section 1 team enjoyed a strong fourth-place finish at the New York State Championships on Saturday at Ithaca College.

Kate Douglass, an eighth-grader from Pelham, placed third in the 100 breaststroke.

Pelham (sixth) and Horace Greeley (10th) finished in the Top 10 in team scoring.

Greeley's Emma Hadley, a sophomore, took third in the 100 backstroke in 55.85. Teammate and classmate Kasia Malendowicz took third in the 500 freestyle in 5:01.19.

Four swimmers from Mamaroneck competed at the event, contributing 30 points.

The 200-yard medley relay foursome placed 23rd on Saturday after being seeded 34th, with a time of 1:52.74. The Tiger relay was comprised of eighth-grader, Alexa Parry; Tessa Graces, a senior; Nicole Parry, a junior; and Theresa Pace, a junior.

Nicole placed seventh in the state in the 50 freestyle with a time of 24.31. In the 100 freestyle, Nicole placed 9th with a time of 52.86.

The week was not without drama. The Tigers were relocated Thursday after a fire broke out about 11:15 p.m. in the laundry room at Ithaca's Best Western Inn. No one was hurt.

Friday's competition was delayed by the snowstorm in Buffalo.

Christina Crowell, a diver from Fox Lane High School, suffered a concussion Friday after hitting her head on the diving board. She was treated at Cayuga Medical Center before being released.

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