BATH - On Saturday, Haverling Aquatic Center played host for the Livingston County Athletic Association Championships with Livonia taking home first place with 500.5 points.
Avon finished second with 463.5 points, Wayland-Cohcoton took third with 295 points, Bath was fourth with 293 points and Dansville rounded out the top five, scorting 277 points. York-Pavillion was sixth (162), Letchworth-Perry was seventh (126), Geneseo took eighth (123) and Hornell was ninth (84).
Avon's team of Reverdy Clarke, Trevor McCabe, Joleigh Crye and Robert Atwood were double winners in the 200 medley relay in 1:42.99 and the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1:33.55). McCabe was an individual winner in the mixed 50 yard freestyle (22.25) and Atwood won the mixed 100 yard freestyle (50.94).
Tyler Norris of Livonia was first in the 200 mixed freestyle with a time of 1:50.79 and Carl LaRue won the 100 yard backstroke in 56.02. The Bulldogs' team of LaRue, Norris, Robbie Stewart and Logan Bronecki took first in the mixed 400 yard freestyle relay (3:29.66).
Dansville's Aidan Kreiley was a double winner in the mixed 200 individual medley in 2:03.57 and the 100 yard breaststroke in 1:00.11. Travis Patterson placed first in the diving portion with a score of 416.10 and Chris Henry was an individual winner in the mixed 500 yard freestyle (5:07.77) for the Mustangs.
Alex Kruger of Geneseo touched first in the 100 yard butterfly in 53.45.
For the Rams, Liam Narby took sixth for Bath in the 200 yard freestyle (2:01.66), Patrick Koehler finished sixth in the 200 yard individual medley (2:22.92), Tanner Kulikowski was fifth in both the 50 yard freestyle (23.87) and in the 100 yard freestyle (52.47), Dylan Hoad earned a fifth place finish in diving (267.95), Hunter Noteware placed fifth in the 500 yard freestyle (5:28.38) and the Rams relay team of Narby, Koehler, Calen Holmes and Kulikowski was third in the 200 yard freestyle relay (1:39.73).
"We had a lots of great swims today," Bath head coach Dan Easterbrook said. "The boys posted well over 30 personal best times for the meet."