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Written by Bradley Schlegel, Staff Writer
February 24, 2021

            Matt Milkowich and Joey Carpenter reached the medal stand last weekend during the District 1 Class 3A Section North Tournament. Milkowich (113 pounds) and

Joey Carpenter, top, rallied from an opening round loss to

reach the medal stand at the District 1 Class 3A Section

North Tournament.

Carpenter (126) each finished in fourth place on Saturday, Feb. 20 at Quakertown High School.

            The duo helped paced the Indians to 22 overall points and a 14th place finish out of 25 teams. Both qualified for the Southeast 3A Regional Tournament, scheduled for Feb. 27 at Oxford High School.

            Shane Freeh (132), Keaton Durning (145) and Damon Faraco (215) also competed for the Indians.

            Milkowich (9-4) opened his tournament with a first-period fall against Souderton's Luke Ragusa. A 9-3 loss to Sam Kuhns, a freshman from Pennridge, in the semifinal round knocked him into the consolation round.

            The Tribe junior responded with a 15-9 victory over ...



Written by Staff Report
February 24, 2021

            Eight entrants from the Upper Perkiomen girls swim team qualified for the District One Class 2A championships. Darragh Martin and Devin Romanowski qualified in two individual events. Two teams (the 200 Medley Relay and the 200 free relay) also qualified for the meet, which is scheduled for Feb. 26 at the Graham Aquatic Center, located at the York YMCA.

            Martin enters districts as the fifth seed in the 200 yard IM and the No. 6 seed in the 100 backstroke. Romanowski will be the fourth seed in the 500 free and eighth in the 50 free.
Mia Hang will join Martin in the 200 IM as the No. 6 seed. Emily Francisco is seeded 6th in the 100 butterfly.

            Sean Lyman and Kai Hang will represent the boys in the District One Class 3A meet, scheduled for Feb. 27 at the same facility.

            Lyman qualified in two events. He will be the seventh seed in the 200 IM and the No. 9 seed in the 500 free. Kang earned the No. 9 seed in the 100 breaststroke.  Martin, Hang, Francisco and Romanowski will compete in both relay races for the Indians.

            The Tribe's 200 Medley Relay finished three spots out of the meet. Head coach Brien Kalnoski described it as a significant accomplishment.

            On Wednesday, Feb. 17, the Indians lost 94-76 to Phoenixville. Romanowski scored two individual first-place finishes in the 50 free and the 500 free. Martin won the 100 backstroke. Both district qualifying relay teams finished first, as well.

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