Leah Hayes of the Fox Valley Park District Riptides swam a new personal best in the 100 fly on Sunday, finishing the meet with six individual wins.
Many teams were moved out of their regions to the West Fargo Futures site but made the best of the unexpected added travel by winning several medals tonight.
NASA Wildcat Aquatics Tierney Lenahan brought her run of good form to West Fargo, winning the 100s free and back in new personal best times.
Deerfield junior Annika Parkhe was exceptional once again in finals, bettering her times from prelims.
The swim was a new top mark for Noble by 2.38 seconds, taking down her previous time of 1:57.71, which she swam last March.
Athletes included top ranked 15-16 100 breastroker Piper Enge, UCSB-commit Hazel Derr, and Notre Dame-commit Marcus Gentry.
Bainbridge Island Swim Club girls swept every event at the 2021 Pacific Northwest 13-14 Championships, setting a new 400 medley relay record in the process.
The Mercer Island sophomore broke a state record in the 100 breast and meet record in the 200 IM at the WIAA 3A State Championships.