14-year-old John Hayes of Cardinal Aquatics dominated the boys 200 freestyle with a swift 1:56.85.
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.
14 year old Kayleigh Lovell (Academy Bullets) dropped a massive best time of 8:56.84 to claim victory in the women’s 800 free.
20-year-old Yufei Zhang edged out Katinka Hosszu, who swam the 200 back and 400 IM in addition to the 200 fly Friday night.
Kevin Cordes’ 26.76 stands as the American Record, while Andrew has been 27.12 and Wilson 27.18.
The 2018 13&O Kentucky State Championship opened up Thursday night in Elizabethtown with the 1500 freestyle.
Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley are virtual locks for the top two spots in the men’s 200 back at the upcoming U.S. National Championships in Irvine.
Huske posted a quick 2:18.85, marking a drop from her previous best of 2:20.04, and the first time she’s broken 2:20.
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Kate Hazlett, a 17 year old from Greenwich YMCA Dolphins, was a double event winner, taking the women’s 200 back and 50 free.
Kaitlyn Dobler, a 16 year old from The Dolphins Portland Swimming, was a double event winner on day 1, taking the women’s 100 free and 200 breast, which were also back-to-back events.