Aquajets, Chicago Wolfpack Double At Lewisville Futures Day 4


Swimmers from the Aquajets of Minnesota and the Chicago Wolfpack each won a pair of events to close out the final day of the Lewisville Futures Championship.

The Aquajets got two wins late in the finals session. Anderson Breazeale went 2:07.92 to rattle off a 200 back win, beating the field by almost a full second. In the very next event on the boys side, Dolan Craine went 2:08.25 to win the 200 IM and cap off the meet with back-to-back Aquajets wins.

In between was the girls 200 IM, where another Aquajet, Madison Potter, was second, but that event went to the Springfield YMCA’s Kaitlynn Wheeler in 2:21.15.

The Wolfpack got an early win courtesy of distance man Jacob Furlong, who followed up his 200 and 400 free wins with an 800 free title in 8:18.29. Later in the finals session, his teammate Reilly Shields won the 100 freestyle, going 52.13. With Shields winning the 50 and 100, those two gave the Wolfpack a sweep of all freestyle events outside of the 1500 free on the boys side.

Other winners inclued 15-year-old Evelyn Bruner in the girls 100 free (57.63), Patricia van Law in the girls 200 back (2:17.26) and Sara McClendon in the girls 1500 free (17:15.36).

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Jared Anderson swam for nearly twenty years. Then, Jared Anderson stopped swimming and started writing about swimming. He's not sick of swimming yet. Swimming might be sick of him, though. Jared was a YMCA and high school swimmer in northern Minnesota, and spent his college years swimming breaststroke and occasionally pretending …

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