14-year-old Carly Sebring (Nation’s Capital) won the women’s 50 free with a 26.62, touching out teammate Erin Gemmell, 13, who finished in 26.74.
15-year-old Andrew Dai (Wheaton Swim Club) took the men’s 200 fly with a new best time of 2:05.22, shedding .4 seconds off his previous best.
James Plage, a 15 year old from Aquabears, dropped 25 seconds to win the men’s 1500.
Kaitlyn Dobler (The Dolphins Portland Swimming) completed an undefeated weekend in her individual events.
15-year-old Paige McKenna won the women’s 400 free, posting a 4:17.59. That time marked McKenna’s first sub-4:20 performance ever, and marked a nearly 6 second time drop fro her previous best of 4:23.07.
Sean Faikish, 16, and Alec Peckmann, 19, had a tight battle in the men’s 200 IM
Emi Moronuki, 25, swam a 1:01.30 in the women’s 100 back, going out in 29.82 and coming back in 31.48. Moronuki has been sub-1:00 this year, posting a 59.77 at the Japan Open in May.
Kate Hazlett took the women’s 100 fly in 1:02.63, beating out Nell Chidley (1:02.92) by .29 seconds.
Liam Hutchinson, who won the 200 and 800 free, also took the men’s 400 free in 3:59.52.
Paul Le took the men’s 100 back in decisive fashion, touching in 55.78.
Mackenzie McConagha took the women’s 100 fly with a quick 1:01.72.
14-year-old Meghan Lynch posted an impressive 4:51.23 to win the women’s 400 IM.
Madison Kolessar, a 16 year old from Suburban Seahawks Club, swam a 4:55.62 to win the 400 IM by a second over runner-up Mia Abruzzo (15 – Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics) and Madeleine Aguirre (17 – Suburban Seahawks Club).
Hiromasa Fujimori, unattached, won the men’s 400 IM decisively, posting a 4:23.04.
15-year-old kate McCarville (Springfield Aquatics) won the women’s 200 fly with a 2:14.51, shaving 1-tenth of a second off her previous best of 2:14.63.