Greenwich swimming at class LL finals [LIVE UPDATES]

The Greenwich High School swimming and diving team takes to the GHS pool during a recent meet this season. — John Ferris Robben photo

The Greenwich High School swimming and diving team takes to the GHS pool during a recent meet this season. — John Ferris Robben photo

The Greenwich High girls swim team is currently competing in the CIAC class LL championships at the Southern Connecticut State University pool.

Refresh this page throughout the night to read about Big Red’s performance in the class LL finals:

Updated at 8:14 p.m.: It’s over at Southern Connecticut State University, as the Greenwich High School girls swimming and diving team claimed the CIAC class LL finals with 804.5 points. Amity was second with 513 points.

Updated at 8:01 p.m.: With one event to go, Greenwich is en route to another CIAC class LL championship. In the 100-yard breaststroke, Big Red’s Katie Evans took home second overall with a time of 1:08.04. Next to her was Brooke Collins, who finished with the bronze and a time of 1:08.76. In 10th overall was Riley Ennis, who touched the wall with a time of 1:09.58.

With only the 400-yard freestyle relay to go, Greenwich has 756.5 points. The next closest is Amity Regional, who has 463 points. In third in Glastonbury with 448.5 points. McMahon/Norwalk sits in fourth place with 417 points and Ridgefield rounds out the top five with 333 points.

Updated at 7:51 p.m.: In a battle of FCIAC powers in the 200-yard freestyle relay, it was Greenwich that upended Norwalk/McMahon down the stretch. The GHS foursome of Christina Frias, Isobel Walker, Porter Carlson and Kim Hill took first place with a time of 1:38.05 and beat Norwalk/McMahon, which just missed the top spot and placed second with a time of 1:38.17.

In the 100-yard backstroke, Greenwich High’s Isobel Walker took home fourth overall with a time of 59.85 seconds. Not to be outdone was Patricia Kohn, who finished eighth overall with a time of 1:02.85. In ninth was Sarah Bellamy, who picked up a time of 1:01.43. Rounding out the top 10 was Farrah Frattaroil, who touched the wall with a time of 1:01.44.

Updated at 7:31 p.m.: Through eight events, Greenwich leading with 538.5 points. Amity is in second with 345 points and Glastonbury is third with 325 points. McMahon/Norwalk is in fourth with 282 points and Staples rounds out the top five with 282 points.

Updated at 7:30 p.m.: Greenwich High opened up its lead during the 500-yard freestyle event, as three of the top five swimmers were from GHS. Claire Baxter took second overall with a time of 5:08.52, while Hollis Jomo took the bronze with a time of 5:10.93. In fourth was Olivia Hallisey, who finished fourth and took home a time of 5:11.22. Overall, it was Staples’ Verity Abel who took first, netting a time of 4:58.98. In prelims, Abel set a state record with a time of 4:54.90.

Updated at 7:07 p.m.: Back from a break and Greenwich girls swim team staying strong. In the 100-yard butterfly, Christina Frias took home the silver, netting a time of 56.61. Staples’ Amelia Bullock was tops, posting a time of 56.09. Not far away in the event was Elizabeth Commaroto, who took 10th on the day with a time of 1:02.36.

In the 100-yard freestyle, Big Red’s Kim Hill was in a battle for a top finish and finished the event third overall with a time of 52.68 and was mere inches away from second, as Amity’s Dana Chung finished with the silver and a time of 52.25. In first was Ridgefield’s Marcie Maguire, who touched the wall with a time of 52.49.

Updated at 6:40 p.m.: Through four events, Greenwich is on top with 291.5 points, while Amity Regional is second with 215 points. McMahon/Norwalk is in third with 173 points and Glastonbury currently sits in fourth with 173 points.

Updated at 6:38 p.m.: Big Red had three swimmers in the championship of the 50-yard freestyle, as Kim Hill took third overall with a time of 24.51 seconds. Isobel Walker and Newtown’s Amy Martinelli tied for fourth with 25.05 and Porter Carlson finished sixth for Big Red, posting a time of 25.12.

Updated at 6:32 p.m.: Brooke Collins just finished second in the 200-yard individual medley, netting a time of 2:10.63. Staples picked up the winning time at 2:07.54.

Updated at 6:15 p.m.: The Greenwich 200-yard relay team, consisting of Isobel Walker, Katie Evans, Christina Frias and Kim Hill won the the event with a time of 1:48.09. Not to be outdone was Frias and Olivia Hallisey in the 200-yard freestyle, as Frias finished second overall with a time of 1:53.22 and Hallisey took fourth with a time of 1:56.99.

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