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NYS Federation Swim Meet

Babylon's Juliann Koch swims the 100 yard backstroke

Babylon's Juliann Koch swims the 100 yard backstroke at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012) Credit: Robyn Wishna

Long Islanders competed in the New York State Federation swimming and diving championship Saturday at Ithaca.

Babylon's Juliann Koch swims the 100 yard backstroke
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Babylon's Juliann Koch swims the 100 yard backstroke at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Massapequa's Molly Treble swims the 500 yard freestyle
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Massapequa's Molly Treble swims the 500 yard freestyle at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Northport's Nicole Papsco swims the backstroke leg of
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Northport's Nicole Papsco swims the backstroke leg of the 200-yard IM at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Brittany Friese, Kina Zhou and Molly Treble celebrate
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Brittany Friese, Kina Zhou and Molly Treble celebrate on the podium after winning the 200-yard freestyle at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

The 200-yard medley relay teams celebrate on the
Credit: Robyn Wishna

The 200-yard medley relay teams celebrate on the podium at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Sewanhaka's Olivia Chan takes off during the 200-yard
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Sewanhaka's Olivia Chan takes off during the 200-yard IM at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Winners of the 500-yard freestyle stand on the
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Winners of the 500-yard freestyle stand on the podium at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

200-yard freestyle relay winners on the podium at
Credit: Robyn Wishna

200-yard freestyle relay winners on the podium at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Gabbie Toback, Morgan Fairclough, and Summer Schmitt pose
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Gabbie Toback, Morgan Fairclough, and Summer Schmitt pose on the podium after the 100-yard backstroke at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Katie Smith, Dina Rommel and Cari Stankaitis celebrate
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Katie Smith, Dina Rommel and Cari Stankaitis celebrate on the podium after winning the 50 freestyle at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Summer Schmitt, Trudiann Patrick and Samantha Suer stand
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Summer Schmitt, Trudiann Patrick and Samantha Suer stand on the podium after the 100 yard butterfly at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Massapequa's Molly Treble, winner of the 500-yard freestyle,
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Massapequa's Molly Treble, winner of the 500-yard freestyle, and Coach Gallagher celebrate on the podium at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Bellmore-Merrick's Gabbie Toback swims the 100-yard backstroke at
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Bellmore-Merrick's Gabbie Toback swims the 100-yard backstroke at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Jericho's Trudiann Patrick swims the 100-yard Butterfly at
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Jericho's Trudiann Patrick swims the 100-yard Butterfly at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

Nicole Papsco, Olivia Chan, and Nicole Ciavarella show
Credit: Robyn Wishna

Nicole Papsco, Olivia Chan, and Nicole Ciavarella show off their medals in the 100-yard breaststroke at the NYS Federation Championship swimming finals at Ithaca College. (Nov. 17, 2012)

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