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Greenwich swimmers rule the FCIAC again

Greenwich's Thomas Dillinger swims to a first-place finish in the 500-yard freestyle during Thursday's FCIAC championship meet at GHS. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Greenwich’s Thomas Dillinger swims to a first-place finish in the 500-yard freestyle during Thursday’s FCIAC championship meet at GHS. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

The Greenwich Cardinals claimed their 43rd FCIAC championship in 44 years during the annual conference boys swimming and diving meet Thursday in their home pool.

The Cardinals were dominating, to put in mildly, racking up 512 points to win by 185. Staples (327) was second, followed by Darien (288), Wilton (244), and New Canaan (197.5) in the top five.

The Cardinals also had three individuals in the top five of the Most Valuable Swimmer point standings, including senior Alex Lewis, who won the title with 301 points. Also for Greenwich, Thomas Dillinger was second with 283 points and Jack Montesi was fourth with 275 points.

Wilton’s Tommy Kealy was third with 279 points, and Jonathon Blansfield of Staples was fifth with 271 points.

“There was very little to complain about here,” Greenwich head coach Terry Lowe told Paul Silverfarb of the Greenwich Post.

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