Litchfield’s swim team knocked off another Berkshire League opponent on Monday when it cruised past Shepaug 102-75 to improve to 12-3 heading into Wednesday’s Senior Night meet against Wamogo.
Litchfield and Wamogo will honor their seniors during the meet at Shepaug at 7:30 p.m. Next for the teams will be the Berkshire League championships March 7 at Watertown.
Coach Todd Dyer’s team can clinch second place in the BL with a win over Wamogo.
“Wamogo is swimming well and it will be a difficult meet for us, but after tonight we’re well-prepared,” Dyer said after Monday’s win.
First-place finishes in individual events were turned in by Kenyon Prenoveau in the 200 freestyle, Julia Cheung in the 200 individual medley, Dan O’Leary in the 50 freestyle, Sage Sobek in the 100 butterfly, Spencer White in the 500 freestyle, and Will Rodriguez in the 100 freestyle.
Litchfield won all three relays in its dominating performance. The 200 medley relay saw O’Leary, Rodriguez, Sobek and Ethan Dyer take first place. Sobek, Rodriguez, Dyer and O’Leary won the 200 freestyle relay, and O’Leary, Prenoveau, Jack Morgan and Sobek teamed to win the 400 freestyle relay.