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Piranha end season on high note

Pictured above, The Greater Pittston YMCA Pittston Piranhas 100 Free Relay team of Livie Hoban, Kayla Kiwak, Jen Patron and Kate Getz. At left, member of the PIranhas.

Led by the awesome “Eight-and-unders”, the Greater Pittston YMCA Piranha swim team completed its season on a high note.

The 100 Free Relay team of Livie Hoban, Kayla Kiwak, Jen Patron and Kate Getz placed sixth at the ‘Y’ championships earlier this month.

Kiwak also placed fourth in the 25 Free and sixth in the 25 Back.

Hoban played 10th in the 25 Fly, and 16th in the 25 Breast, and Patron finished 22 in the 25 Free and 21st in the 50 Free.

Getz finished 23rd in the 25 Fly, and 26th in the 25 Back. Rachel Senese and Faith Wargo all added to the great showing of the Eight-and-Unders.

Ella Hoban placed 12th in the 25 Free in the Six-and-Unders. She also finished sixth in the 25 Fly and 13th in the 25 Breast.

Four-year old David Getz placed third in the 25 Free, 5th in the 25 Fly and 20th in the 25 Back for the Six-and-Unders..

The 10-and-unders were led by Denise Evans, Jules Matais, Hannah Avencedo, Hannah Getz, Jimmy Matias and Sarah Robinson.

The 12-and-unders were led by Erin Senese, Katrina Dillon, Nina Prince, Sam Iovaccini, Vanessa Muracco, Shelby Hoffman, and Miranda Mikkelson.

The 14-and-unders were led by Lauren Senese who placed 8th in the 100 Fly.

"The team has come along way and we are very proud of them," said head coach Judy Dessoye Rostkowski.

"Summer season will be starting soon and we hope to see all our swimmers back this fall and many more," said assistant Coach Kelly O’Hop.

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