The Coshocton County Beacon February 13, 2019 - Page 11

Results of the 2019 SEOSL Championship Swim Meet announced was tenth in the 200 Free (2:15.87). Cole Tatro was fourth (2:25.75), and Luke Massie sixth (2:33.31) in the 200 IM. Pepper was fourth (24.40), and JT Roberts ninth (25.31) in the 50 Free. Tatro was fifth (1:03.94), and Brody Fischer ninth (1:15.16) in the 100 Fly. Coen Bible was seventh (57.40), and Zach Phillips tenth (59.40) in the 100 Free. Brady Philabaum was fourth (5:58.33), and Cross was eighth (6:22.72) in the 500 Free. Roberts was fifth (1:07.43) and Massie seventh (1:08.28) in the 100 Back, and Brayden Karr was fourth (1:15.58), while Gavin Donnell finished sixth (1:18.11) in the 100 Breast. For the girls, Katie Hardesty was ninth (2:28.26) in the 200 Free. Josie Fornara was ninth (1:06.01) in the 100 Free. Hard- esty was seventh (6:47.45) in the 500 Free. Rachyl Smalley was tenth (1:19.40) in the 100 Back. Aliya Stevens was seventh (1:27.89), and Dilyn Tumblin tied for eighth (1:28.04) in the 100 Breast, and Kyara Roberts, Paige Shroyer, Michae- la White, and Hardesty finished sixth (4:39.46) in the 400 Free Relay. Health Services of Coshocton is NOW GentleBrook Home Health Services Same location and same dedicated staff to serve your needs! Accepting pediatric patients through elderly Our array of services includes: • Skilled Nursing • Wound Care • Therapies (Physical, Occupational, & Speech) • Personal Care and Homemaker Services • Medication Reminders • Private Duty Serving Coshocton, Holmes, Muskingum, and Tuscarawas Counties. Contributed | Beacon Contact us Today! 740-622-7406 230 S. 4th St., Coshocton • GAMBIER – River View was among 15 schools that competed in the South East- ern Ohio Swim League Championship Meet at Kenyon College on Saturday Feb. 2. The boys’ team placed second overall, and the girls’ team finished fourth. Points were awarded for the top 10 plac- es in each event, with medals going to the top three. Boys medalists included the first place 400 Freestyle Relay (3:49.45) of Coen Bible, Brady Philabaum, Cole Tatro, and Reas Pepper, the second place 200 Medley Relay (1:56.06) of Philabaum, Brayden Karr, Tatro, and JT Roberts, the second place 200 Free Relay (1:39.90) of Bible, Karr, Roberts, and Pepper, the 100 Backstroke winner (1:01.41) Philabaum, and second in the 200 Free (1:59.57), Pepper. Medalists on the girls’ team were the relay group of Carolyn Cox, Lindsey Ash- craft, Josie Fornara, and Kyara Roberts, who were third in both the 200 Medley (2:06.58), and in the 200 Free (1:54.88). Cox was third individually in both the 200 Individual Medley (2:32.01), and the 100 Back (1:09.32). Ashcraft was second in the 100 Breaststroke (1:16.26), and Fornara was third in the 100 Butterfly (1:10.47). Scoring in boys events, Brice Cross “Your Non-Profit Choice for Local Home Care” Affordable Housing Head Start 330-674-9100 740-622-1412 Family Planning Emergency Services & Shelters & Health Services 740-622-9801 740-622-2829 Home Energy Assistance (HEAP) Senior Services 740-622-9801 740-622-4852 Weatherization Dental Clinic & Energy Efficiency 419-289-4957 740-622-9801 Making our service area a better place to live. FEBRUARY 13, 2019 THE BEACON 11