Snee Farm retains lead at City Swim Meet

Ella Aherne, Hobcaw Yacht Club, competes in the 25 yard butterfly during the second day of the City Swim Meet Saturday, July 19, 2014 Crowfield Golf and Country Club. Paul Zoeller/Staff Buy this photo

The second day of the 2014 championship meet of the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association (CCAA) wrapped up with the Snee Farm Swim Team still in the lead.

After closing the morning session with a 217.5-point lead over the Northbridge Terrace Killer Whales, Snee Farm widened its lead over Northbridge to 411.5 points, 1868.0 to 1446.5.

The next three teams remained the same from the morning session: the Daniel Island Flying Fish, the Coosaw Creek Crocodiles and the Dunes West Swordfish.

The afternoon session on Saturday consisted of the CCAA's 9-10-year-old swimmers. Two athletes became the City Meet's first triple crown winners: Snee Farm's Sophie Frece (butterfly, backstroke and individual medley) and Dunes West's William Slowey (backstroke, breaststroke and individual medley). James Island's Ryder Putnam also was a multiple winner, capturing the titles in the freestyle and butterfly.

Snee Farm won its third overall age group championship during session 3, adding the 9-10 girls to the 7-8 girls and 11-12 boys. The Newington Tiger Sharks finished as the 9-10 boys overall age group champions.

The 2014 City Meet will wrap up on Sunday with the 13-14 and 15-18 age groups. Warmups will begin at 2 p.m., with a 3:40 p.m. start of competition.

Place Team Pts

1 Snee Farm 1868.0

2 Northbridge 1446.5

3 Daniel Island 1397.0

4 Coosaw Creek 1318.5

5 Dunes West 1258.0

6 Hobcaw 1129.0

7 Newington 1079.0

8 Shadowmoss 1043.0

9 James Island 758.0

10 Brickyard 743.0

11 Crowfield 729.0

12 Country Club 709.5

13 Parkshore 704.5

14 Longpoint 653.5

15 I'On 588.5

16 Sha-Mel-Lon 514.5

17 Legend Oaks 439.0

18 Pine Forest 420.5

19 Ashborough 270.0

20 Fort Johnson 179.5

21 JCC 92.0

22 Summerville Y 45.5

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