Saturday was a Pittsford parade at the winner's podium at the state meet in Ithaca College on Saturday. Pittsford took two states titles in the relay, along with two individual titles from Megan Deuel. The medley relay team of Becca Evans, Sarah Cooper, Deuel and Sarah Smith finished in 1:43.92, almost 4 seconds ahead of second place. The freestyle relay team of Evans, Molly Brennan, Smith and Deuel came in at 1:35.52, over a second better than another Section V team, Penfield.
Toni Naccarella and her Penfield teammates made sure Pittsford didn't have all the fun at the state swim meet at Ithaca College on Saturday. Naccarella won the state title in the 50-yard freestyle, and along with Maria Naccarella, Maria Nenadic and Serafina Viola, Penfield won the 400 freestyle relay in a school record 3:32.60. Both Toni and the relay team weren't Section V champions, but for different reasons.
Penfield has found ways to win boys volleyball matches in remarkable ways all year and Saturday’s state championship was no different. In the fifth set of the final match, the Patriots found themselves down 11-6 and then 14-11, one point away from losing the Division I title to Shenendehowa. The Patriots didn’t allow it, rattling off four straight points and ending the match on a Jett Klintworth ace to win the fifth set 19-17 and the Division I championship for the second year in the row.
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