Synchro Swimmers Finish Strong at 2015 Junior Olympics

INDIANAPOLIS –  Scottsdale Synchro Arizona, the Town of Tonawanda Aquettes and the Santa Clara Aquamaids won team titles over the past week as nearly 1,000 athletes competed at the 2015 U.S. Synchronized Swimming Junior Olympics, presented by eSynchro, in Greensboro, N.C.

 

Scottsdale Synchro Arizona won the 18-19 team title on Saturday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center, scoring 136.4971 points. Swimkins Synchronized Swimming was second at 134.7869 and the New Canaan Y Aquianas finished third at 134.3089.

 

The Town of Tonawanda Aquettes won the team title in the 16-17 division on Saturday with  129.3119 points. Northern Colorado Synchro (128.2716) won silver and the First Colony SynchroStars (127.5865) took bronze.

 

The Santa Clara Aquamaids won team titles in the 13-15 and the 12 and Under divisions.

 

Results:

 

18-19 division

Team: 1. Scottsdale Synchro Arizona, 136.4971; 2. Swimkins Synchronized Swimming, 134.7869; 3. New Canaan Y Aquianas, 134.3089

Solo: 1. Ayla Stallworth (Tucson Synchro), 138.0608; 2. Sommerlyn Stevens (Swimkins Synchronized Swimming), 136.7404; 3. Rebecca Barlow (Pirouettes of Texas), 136.1870

Duet: 1. Breanna Malone and Anna Morera (Palm Beach Coralytes), 135.6697; 2. Andrea Gauthier and Ayla Stallworth (Tucson Synchro), 134.9911; 3. Rebecca Barlow and Carla Reyes (Pirouettes of Texas), 133.9578

Figures: 1. Colleen Donlin (Minnesota Synchronettes), 66.5654; 2. Ayla Stallworth (Tucson Synchro), 66.4941; 3. Sydney Schmisseur (Scottsdale Synchro Arizona), 66.4821

 

16-17 division

Team: 1. Town of Tonawanda Aquettes, 129.3119; 2. Northern Colorado Synchro, 128.2716; 3. First Colony SynchroStars, 127.5865

Solo: 1. Eryn Schmisseur (Scottsdale Synchro Arizona), 141.8238; 2. Alexandra Poteet (New Canaan Y Aquianas), 138.9643; 3. Alexandra McGee (Town of Tonawanda Aquettes), 137.2119

Duet: 1. Camilla Kline and Alexandra Poteet (New Canaan Y Aquianas), 135.6162; 2. Noelle Song and Sophia Susac (Sacramento Synchro Swim Team), 135.2192; 3. Alexandra McGee and Alexis Sandekian (Town of Tonawanda Aquettes), 134.8929

Figures: 1. Breanna Malone (Palm Beach Coralytes), 67.9107; 2. Eryn Schmisseur (Scottsdale Synchro Arizona), 67.8571; 3. Luisa Pinto (Scottsdale Synchro Arizona), 67.4047

Combo (16-19): 1. Scottsdale Synchro, 71.5333; 2. Flagler County Synchro Belles, 70.8333; 3. Coral Springs Aquacades, 70.7000

 

13-15 division

Team: 1. Santa Clara Aquamaids, 141.0130; 2. Walnut Creek Aquanuts, 136.2855; 3. New Canaan Y Aquianas, 132.7815

Solo: 1. Nicole Dzurko (Santa Clara Aquamaids), 145.7148; 2. Lindi Schroeder (Optima Synchro), 144.9406; 3. Alexandra Suarez (San Dieguito Synchro), 136.8741

Duet: 1. Nicole Dzurko and Hailee Heinrich (Santa Clara Aquamaids), 143.5889; 2. Camryn Carrasco and Audrey Nguyen (Santa Clara Aquamaids), 139.5593; 3. Yara Elian and Haley Watson (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), 139.2593

Combo: 1. Santa Clara Aquamaids, 73.6000; 2. Optima Synchro, 68.9667; 3. New Canaan Y Aquianas, 68.4333

Figures: 1. Lindi Schroeder (Optima Synchro), 71.8073; 2. Nicole Dzurko (Santa Clara Aquamaids), 70.8148; 3. Aivan Nguyen (La Mirada Aquabelles), 68.5407

 

12 and Under division

Team: Santa Clara Aquamaids, 123.0789; 2. Walnut Creek Aquanuts, 122.9994; 3. Sacramento Synchro Swim Team, 118.7994

Solo: 1. Abigail Kartzinel (La Mirada Aquabelles), 126.6111; 2. Nicole Meza (Sacramento Synchro Swim Team), 126.1821; 3. Gabriela Ospina (Coral Springs Aquacades), 123.7133

Duet: 1. Chiara Steele and Marilyn Weaver (Santa Clara Aquamaids), 127.4468; 2. Nicole Meza and Veronika Orlovska (Sacramento Synchro Swim Team), 127.1333; 3. Sophia Kong and Ryan Lewis (Walnut Creek Aquanuts), 124.3711

Figures: 1.Veronika Orlovska (Sacramento Synchro Swim Team), 64.2844; 2. Chiara Steele (Santa Clara Aquamaids), 64.1956; 3. Gabriela Ospina (Coral Springs Aquacades), 63.4800

 

Swimming news courtesy of USA Synchro.

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