Morris swimmers beat Pontiac
Last week, prior to the start of the boys swimming and diving season, Morris head coach Andrew Porth touted depth as an expected strength of his Redskins.
That depth may have been the difference Thursday as the varsity Redskins defeated Pontiac 113-72 in their home opener. Morris had the advantage in sheer numbers, with seven relay teams and 24 individuals contributing to its score to Pontiac's four teams and 23 individuals. But the Redskins also showed the ability to compensate for some last-minute adversity.
"I was very proud of our effort tonight. We had a lot of boys step up and fill in for a few guys that were out with illness," Porth said. "I'm proud of Anthony Ascolani. I felt he stepped up and led us, and Zach Harper did as well."
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