Carmel Swim Club came away with the combined title thanks to a mostly balanced scoring between their boys and girls.
After winning the 200 back earlier this week, Flood’s Josh Zuchowski comes in as the top qualifier in the boys 200 IM tonight.
14-year-old Raya Mellot of Crow Canyon leads the girl’s 200 breast field as the top qualifier out of this morning’s prelims.
Kings Academy 18-year-old Josh Zuchowski, soon-t0-be a Stanford Cardinal, led prelims of the boys 200 back in 1:59.81 this morning.
In Irvine, Elmbrook Swim Club’s Maggie Wanezek, Lucy Thomas, Campbell Stoll, and Abby Wanezek lowered their 15-18 NAG from last summer by .10.
Casey Stowe, Max McHugh, Kaiser Neverman, and Christopher Morris swam a time of 3:41.57, beating out their old record by over two seconds.
Condorelli is entered in the 50 freestyle at Mt Hood Sectionals. Also set to compete this weekend are Katharine Berkoff, Coleman Stewart, and Max McHugh.
The Elmbrook Swim Club quartet of Maggie Wanezek, Lucy Thomas, Campbell Stoll, and Abby Wanezek broke another 15-18 girls National Age Group Record (NAG).
The 2022 NCSA Spring Championships close tonight with finals of the 50 fly, 200 IM, and 50 free, fastest heats of distance events, and the 400 medley relay.
Notably, this same Elmbrook Swim Club team broke the 15-18 NAG for the LCM 200 medley relay this past summer at the Speedo Summer Championships.
NCAP’s Camille Spink (pictured) comes into the opening night of NCSAs as the top seed in the women’s 100 freestyle.
Tiltmann is a versatile swimmer who has the potential to star in a number of events for the Hoosiers. Some of her best races are mid-distance free and IM.
Elmbrook Swim Club brought home the cheddar over the weekend, winning the equivalent of six dual meets rolled into one large, cheesy meet.
Brookfield East’s Lucy Thomas broke a state record in the 100 breaststroke, as the school downed a total of five records en route to a third straight title.