SOUTHEASTERN LSC SENIOR CHAMPS
- February 19-21, 2021
- Huntsville, AL
- Short course yards (SCY)
- Results on Meet Mobile
Waldrep, an Auburn commit, took the win with a new best of 1:53.72, crushing her old best of 1:55.52 from the Winter 18&U Championships in December. Sim, meanwhile, smashed her old best of 1:58.48 from November, turning in a 1:54.98. A 14-year-old, Sim now sits #11 in 13-14 age group history.
Sim’s older sister, Letitia Sim, snapped up two more wins tonight. In the 200 IM, she clocked a 1:57.84 to just miss a best. Zoe Summar of Excel Aquatics was 2:01.16 for second and Levenia Sim third (2:01.76), both notching bests. Sim also had the fastest swim in the women’s 50 breast, blasting a 27.58.
McCallie GPS’s Sam Powe touched first in two more races tonight after already winning several this weekend. In the 200 back, he posted a 1:46.10 to come just shy of a best, while he finished on top in the 200 IM (1:52.29), too.
In the women’s 100 fly, Waldrep was back for another victory (53.96), just off of her best. Waldrep’s Baylor teammate, 15-year-old Lillie Boggs, dropped a huge swim in the 1650 free. She won by over 20 seconds, hitting a 16:49.90 and slashing over 20 seconds off of her old best.
- TCU alumnus John Smith of Huntsville Swim Association took the men’s 100 fly with a 48.51, edging his old best of 48.66 from back at the 2017 Big 12 Championships. Owen Harlow of Huntsville Swim Association won the 100 free in 45.19, out-touching Smith’s 45.34.
- Ophelia Pilkinton of Ensworth Aquatics was 50.03 to win the women’s 100 free, just off a best. She was just able to get by 17-year-olds Eboni McCarty of Madison Swimming Association (50.23) and Logan Watson-Brown of Baylor (50.50).
- In the men’s 1650, 15-year-old Isaac Lee of the Manchester Makos dropped a 15:25.42, taking over 12 seconds off of his old best.