YOUNG SWIM STARS |
DO 'DOUBLE TAKE'
Double victories by Mary Beth Ceresko and Joanne Scarborough led
the Patton Tigersharks to a 103-93 victory over the Golden Lion Swim Club
in the 18th annual Michigan AAU swimming and diving championships for
girls 16 and under.
Susan Stuckey, 16, and Kathy Filgo, scored doubles for Golden
Lion, which took firsts in seven of the 14 events. But Patton had too much
Miss Ceresko had the day's toughest task--swimming in two straight
races and winning both. She captured the 100-yard butterfly in
1:07.9, defeating her sister, Alice, and then came right back to win the
400-yard freestyle in 4:45.2.
Miss Scarborough won the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke races.
Miss Stuckey, 16-year-old Ligett School student and Michigan's
fastest woman freestyler, hit the state record of 2:10 flat in the
200-yard freestyle and was well off her best time (54.6) in the 100-yard
freestyle, but won it easily with a 58.1 clocking.
Miss Filgo, 14, won both the 50-yard butterfly, was runner-up in
the 100-yard freestyle and, along with Miss Stuckey, swam on the two
winning relay teams with Lisa Beckenhauer and Johanna Cook.
Northwest Athletic Club was third in the team standing with 93
points followed by Ann Arbor Swim Club 31, Garden City 18, and Osborn,