In prelims, 17-year-old Holden Smith dropped more than 2 seconds from the best time that he swam last month, coming within .01 of the SCY 17-18 LSC record.
Olympic Trial qualifier Lucy Thomas led the charge in the 100 meter breast tonight, pushing 15-year-old Maggie Papanicholas to come within .05 of the OT cut.
Reilly Tiltmann picked up three victories for the meet, claiming the women’s 100 back (53.11), 200 back (1:54.26) and 100 fly (53.82).
After nearly setting a national high school record in the 200 medley relay in the first event of the meet, Brookfield East went on the win the meet.
The Brookfield East High School girls finished first at the Wisconsin Division I High School State Championship meet last year.
Though it’s her first month in the age group, she now sits at #54 in 15-16 100 breast history with her 1:01.07 from today.
Tiltmann also won the 100 fly and went for a 100 free split in the 200 free, touching at 50.03 just off of her lifetime best.
Thomas’ time was a lifetime best by .81 seconds, and comes in as #3 all-time for 13-14 girls in the US.
U.S. National Team swimmer Isabelle Stadden finished her meet with a win in the 200 back which was her 3rd individual victory of the weekend.
Brookfield East broke the state medley relay record to cap a 23-point win in Wisconsin’s Division I girls high school swimming championship.
A showdown between Reilly Tiltmann (above) and Emma Lasecki in the women’s 100 fly will be the highlight of the state championship weekend in Wisconsin.
The Elmbrook Swim Club has broken the National Age Group Record set by a relay that includes a current member of the USA Swimming National Team.
During the third day of the Minneapolis Sectionals, 13-year-old Lucy Thomas earned her first Trials cut in the 100 breast and climbs up the rankings.
Kaylyn Schoof, a 15 year old from Elmbrook Swim Club who has started to make a name for herself as a Junior swimmer in Short Course Yards, won all of her events at the meet, while most of her times were just off her best.
The 10&Under girls of the Schroeder YMCA in Brown Deer, Wisconsin have set a new National Age Group (NAG) record, going 2:00.98 in the 200 medley relay.