Shoonhsin Li and Kenyon Winkky won events for Horseheads at the John Beecher Swimming and Diving Invitational on Saturday at Ernie Davis Academy.
Li, an eighth-grader, took the 100-yard butterfly in 55.62 seconds. Winkky placed third in that event in 56.26, .13-second behind runner-up Matt Doppel of Watkins Glen.
Winkky, a junior, won the 100 backstroke in 53.77. Doppel was second in 54.73.
Li grabbed a second in the 200 individual medley, completing the event in 2 minutes, 5.93 seconds. Ithaca’s Andrew Mikhailichenko won in 2:05.31.
Horseheads finished second in the 400 freestyle relay as Kenyon Winkky, Kaelan Winkky, Zane Elsisi and Antonio Villegas clocked 3:23.31. Ithaca won in 3:19.12.
Li, Kenyon Winkky, Elsisi and Villegas combined to give Horseheads a third-place finish in the 200 medley relay (1:43.59). They were followed in fourth by the Watkins Glen unit of Doppel, Lucas Wickham, Liam Fitch and Aidan DeBolt, who clocked 1:47.35.
Reid Cagir of Corning-Painted Post won the 50 freestyle in 22.33, with Elsisi third in 22.96. Cagir was also second in the 100 freestyle in 49.11, trailing winner Francis Schickel of Ithaca (48.26).
Corning topped the field in the 200 freestyle relay (1:33.72) behind Cagir, Steven Jiang, Alex Wang and James Fang.
Kevin Miller of Ithaca was named the Most Outstanding Swimmer of the meet with victories in the 200 and 500 freestyles
In team scoring, Ithaca won the Class A title with 292 points. Horseheads (239.5) was third and Corning (188) fifth.
Watkins Glen (281) was the Class B champ, with Addison (344) coming out on top in Class C over Odessa-Montour (285), Elmira (243) and Elmira Notre Dame (114).
“They worked real hard and did a great job,” Watkins Glen coach Len DeBolt said of his Senecas, who also won a team title in 2013.
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