Allie Szekely took home two more wins to cap off a great weekend for her at the Tom Dolan Invite. The 15-year-old took home wins in the 200 back and 200 IM on the night, going 1:54.37 to win the backstroke by a solid 4 seconds. The 200 IM was a bit closer, with Szekely’s 2:00.34 just about a second faster than second-place Reni Moshos.
Other double winners were Alexandra Walsh, Jalen Ramjohn and Cassidy Bayer.
Walsh won twice in the 11-12 age bracket. She went 58.30 in the 100 IM to win easily, and also added a 57.17 100 fly win. Ramjohn competed in the same age group, winning the same events, only on the boys side. Ramjohn went 56.63 in the 100 IM and 56.08 in the 100 fly. Bayer won a pair of 13-14 events a day after breaking a National Age Group record in the 200 fly. She went 51.08 to win the 100 free and 2:01.44 in the 200 IM.
Janet Hu won the 100 free in the open age class, going a very fast 48.25. The open 1000s went to Brian Tsau (9:13.91) and Megan Byrnes (9:50.74). Other winners in the Open events were Grant Goddard (200 back, 1:48.61), James Jones (100 free, 44.80) and Conrad Zamparello (200 IM, 1:51.32).
Camryn Curry won the girls 200 back for the 13-14 age group in 2:02.02. The boys winner was Jacob Johnson in 1:53.88. Johnson was second in the 100 free to Jake Sannem, who went 46.98. Lane Stone won the 13-14 1000 free in 9:44.36 and David Dixon took the 200 IM in 1:53.54. On the girls side, the 1000 free went to Madison Homovich in 9:45.39.
The 11-12 200 free went to Katie Mack in 1:56.48. The girls 1000 went to Julia Byrnes in 10:48.04 and the boys 1000 to Brendan Lee in 11:34.82.
Day 2 recap.