Law girls swimming and diving defeats West Haven

Jonathan Law’s girls’ swimming and diving team defeated West Haven 92-86.

Emma Savoie (2:03.99) took first when Law swept the 200-freestyle with Gianna Gagliardi second and Moira Staples third.

Savoie notched her second win with a 5:40.53 swim in the 500-freestyle. Ella Franzman was third and Natalia Gagliardi fourth.

Makenna Sharpe was best in the 1-meter dive (243.05). Emma Nelly (192.10) was second and Olivia Coddington fourth.

Alexa Darak (1:06.68) placed first in the 100-butterfly.

Gianna Gagliardi (1:05.35) won the 100-freestyle, followed by Staples.

Christina Ayala (29.85) won the 50-freestyle. Aislinn Burns was third and Michaela Sullivan fourth.

Staples, Gianna Gagliardi, Ayala and Savoie’s combined time of 1:57.40 took first in the 200-freestyle relay.

Ayala, Macie Rascoll, Darak and Natalia Gagliardi were second in the 200-medley relay. Franzman, Katie Servas, Burns and Sullivan were third.

Rascoll was second, Natalia Galiardi third and Giuliana Aguilar fifth in the 200 IM.

West Haven’s Kaelyn Falanga (2:36.2) was first in the 200 IM.

Lauren Blake, Molly Wilson, Falanga and Victoria Acuna won the 200-medley relay.

Blake (1:17.41) was best in the 100-backstroke. Kaylee Taulty was second, Elyze Ancheta third.

Wilson (1:22.24) took the 100-breaststroke, followed by Khando Dorjee and Sophia Vavagnilio.

Falanga, Acuna, Blake and Raquel Camey were first in the 400-freestyle relay.