Authors:BARBERTON, Ohio – After six years in the Suburban League, Barberton is experiencing its first full athletic cycle as an independent – and that includes boys and girls swimming. As members of the SL, the Magics were provided six dual meets, of which three were home meets, and a conference championship meet. That was a big chunk of opponents, so how difficult was it to write a swimming schedule? “(Scheduling) swimming was relatively easy in comparison to football,” first-year Barberton athletic director Rob Culbertson said on Wednesday at Lake Anna YMCA prior to a home meet against Kent Roosevelt. “When you are looking at a football schedule, you are trying to find Division I and II schools to play for the points. Copyright 2012 SportsInk. All rights reserved.