The visiting Cuyahoga Falls boys swimming team lost a 117-59 decision to archrival Stow-Munroe Falls Dec. 21.The Bulldogs won most of the close races and had a little more depth than the Black Tigers."Stow swam out of their minds," said Falls head coach Mike McDonald. "The biggest thing is that we got out-touched in the end in a lot of races. The guys should blame me. I didn't train them hard enough on finishes. They still got a lot of personal bests."Falls got off on the right foot when it won the 200-yard medley relay. That team of Kris Brooks, Tom Ulaszeski, David Ball and Nick Owen posted a time of 1 minute, 44.37 seconds."They were spectacular," McDonald said. "That was the fastest time I've seen in the last four years. It was one of the best swims, collectively, I've seen."Here's how Falls fared in its respective events:200 freestyle: Ryan Miller, fourth, 2:01.68; and Joe Mercer, fifth, 2:05.02200 individual medley: Ball, second, 2:09.07; and Ulaszeski, fourth, 2:17.6950 freestyle: Owen, second, 23.43; and Colin Kenney, fifth, 25.93100 butterfly: Ball, second, 57.54; Joerg Seeger, fourth, 1:05.74; and David Adams, fifth, 1:05.84100 freestyle: Brooks, first, 51.1; and Owen, fourth, 54.82500 freestyle: James DeGroff, fourth, 5:29.53; and Mercer, fifth, 5:30.05200 freestyle relay: Owen, DeGroff, Brooks and Ball, first, 1:33.91100 backstroke: Brooks, second, 57.55; and Miller, fifth, 1:05.56100 breaststroke: Ulaszeski, third, 1:09.15; and DeGroff, fifth, 1:13.54400 freestyle relay: Miller, DeGroff, Kenney and Ulaszeski, third, 3:46.85The Black Tigers are scheduled to visit Mayfield Jan. 5 at 6 p.m.-- From staff reportsE-mail: stowsports@recordpub.comPhone: 330-686-3914