Tori Huske earned her third win of the meet with a 1:43 200 free, while each of tonight’s winners on the boys side earned his second in two days.
It was an incredibly fast weekend of racing, including some great swims from some of the top high schoolers in the nation at the VHSL Class 6 Championships.
The Woodson boys and James Madison girls won VHSL Class 6 State Championships yesterday, while Torri Huske set a new national public school 100 fly record.
Anthony Grimm, Torri Huske and Grace Sheble are among the huge names set to compete this week in Virginia’s 6A high school state meet.
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Last year at the NCAP Invite, the host team broke 5 National Age Group Records in mixed relays. They picked up 2 more on Friday.
Tonight, Stege won the 200 free in Indy with a lifetime best by over two seconds, going 1:59.90 to erase her old best of 2:02.26 from last week.
14-year-old Camille Spink earned an Olympic trials cut in the 100 free while Cason Wilburn went 2-for-2 on night one of the 2019 Summer JNats.
Justine Murdoch (BBA), 16, blew away her previous best time of 2:15.25, and qualified first for tonight’s A final by over 3 seconds.
Whelan, who competes collegiately for Duke, first took the men’s 100 fly in 54.74.
Forst is now the 4th-fastest high school-aged 200 butterflier in the country this season.
17-year-old Preston Forst (Enfinity Aquatic Club) was the night’s sole double event winner, taking home gold in the men’s 100 fly and 500 free.
Hurt, representing 757 swim, went 16:29.70.
Carly Sebring (14), Camille Spink (14), Eleanor Sun (14), and Erin Gemmell (14) combined to break the 13-14 NAG in the 400 free relay.