Sat, Jun 1, 2019 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Relay Carnival - SR
Sun, Jul 7, 2019
Sat, Jul 20, 2019
Team Rep Meeting/AS Scratch Meeting - Chase Club
Mon, Jul 22, 2019 7:30PM - 9:00PM
All-Star Meet - CAS
Sat, Jul 27, 2019
Team Rep Meeting - Chase Club
Tue, Oct 8, 2019 7:30PM - 8:30PM
Results Export for Team Manager/TeamUnify/SwimTopia
The Cascades Rapids are very excited to be hosting this summer's CSL All-star meet. We'll put the information they provide to us in this article.
Most of what you need to know about the meet -- parking, maps, shirt and program sales, food, volunteers, meetings, where to watch, warm-up assignments, etc. -- can be found in this handy-dandy, all-encompassing document.
We'll post additional information if/when it becomes available.
Note that Cascades is selling meet programs for $4 at the meet, cash only.
But happily, all four divisions completed their meets in a timely manner and the "made-it" lists have already been emailed to the team reps.
Additionally, the sub-optimal weather notwithstanding, five league records were broken today.
And Hy-Tek Meet Manager backups for computer folks:
In the BLUE division, two CSL league records fell to the Hayden Village boys as they battled against the ever dominant Chinquapin Wahoos. Big kudos to William Breslin 5th, Vincent Nguyen, Ian Lee, and Thomas Lackey on their Boys 11-12 200 Medley Relay performance that came in just over 2 minutes faster than the previous record and, Emil LaSida, who bested a 6 years old record in the Boys 13-14 Back held by Dennis Lai from 2012.
The Ashburn Village AquaJets continued to fire on all cylinders as they commanded a 200 point lead over the Broadland Piranhas in the Red division. At the same time, a true nail biter was going down between Cascades and Burke Center Stingers who had the only tied meet of the season!
The Gold division saw 4-0 Chase Club snatch the title from 3-1 Sugarland Run by just over 30 points. In fact, all of the Gold division meets this weekend came down to a battle of the relays as the point spreads were all less than 60.
Another league record was set in the White division by the South Riding Stingrays: Boys 13-14 200 Medley Relay broke their own previous record of 2:04.15 with a new record of 2:03.37. Congratulations to Anderson Moffitt, Nathan Yu, Carlton Krueger, and Sean Yoo!
Congratulations to the Burke Centre Penquins, Arlington Knights of Columbus, Chinquapin, and Saratoga, who brought home the four trophies this year.
With PVS LC meets scheduled for the same weekend as Relay Carnival many wondered how many if any league records would fall, they did but not as many as in the past. There were three new league records set. In each of the three events two teams broke the record. The first record to fall was the Boys 11-12 200 yd Medley Relay both BCP and HV broke the record however, HV was faster than BCP, the new record holders from HV are Will Breslin, Vincent Nguyen, Ian Lee, and Tommy Lackey with a time of 1:59.53. The BCP team of JT Schmid, Stephen Dalil, Christopher Goggins, and Josh Donavan swam a time of 2:01.37.
The next record to fall was the Mixed 11-12 200 yd Free Relay, both AV and BCP broke the record however, AV was faster than BCP, the new record holders from AV are Andrew Char, Isabel Will, Zoe Rand, and Charlie Barker with a time of 1:48.12. The BCP team of Ihn Altenburg, Caleigh Jones, Stephen Dalil, and JT Schmid swam a time of 1:48.39.
The final record to fall was the Mixed 13-14 200 yd Free Relay, both AKC and BCP broke the record however, BCP was faster than AKC, the new record holders are Lily Cleal, Tyler Meyer, Rachel Jones, and Michael Zhang with a time of 1:41.16. The AKC team of Jackson McManus, Heidi Hilsmeir, Ashley Deabler, and Mac Marsh swam a time of 1:42.54.
Results by Division
Scores by Division
Chantilly National Golf and Country Club hosted their IM Invitational Meet and Chantilly Highlands hosted their IM Tough Meet. We had 17 of our 24 teams compete in this meet. Looking over the results, there were quite a few fast swims. At the IM Tough Meet, Jennifer Luong of SRD broke her own record in the 13/14 Girls IM setting a new time of 1:06.31. Looks like there will be lots of competition going forward into the last week of the season.
Complete meet results are available here
Note: Until we can get the website to show these results - the IM times swum in these meets will only show on the pdf ladders. Sorry.
The situation in the White Division is exactly the same. The Arlington Knights of Columbus have already defeated the two 2nd place teams, South Riding and ManorGate, and have therefore secured the title.
There's still some suspense in the Gold Division, however, as Chase Club and their perfect 4-0 record will host 3-1 Sugarland Run this Saturday in the decisive meet. The Virtual Meets Tool has predicted a close one.
What a hot day for swimming! And not only the temperature...four records were broken. 13-14 backstroke was broken by both the boys and girls (in separate meets). Chinquapin's Emil LaSida bettered his own 2017 13-14 Boys 50 Yards Backstroke record yet again with a new time of 25.97 and South Rding’s Jennifer Luong broke the 2015 13-14 Girls 50 Meter Backstroke record with a new time of 30.02. Burke Center Penguins broke 2 league records - a repeat of week 1. Michael Zhang re-broke his record in the 13-14 Boys 50 Meter Breaststroke at 31.10 and the 11-12 Boys 200M Medley Relay have now set the time at 2:17.14 with the team of JT Schmid, Stephen Dalil, Christopher Goggins and Joshua Donovan. Congratulations swimmers!
Now let’s talk about team standings. Each division has one team that remains undefeated, but they haven’t secured their divisions, yet. Keep on the lookout for next week’s results as July 4th holiday vacations often impacts the line-up.
Three league records were set today! At the league's easternmost pool, Chinquapin's Emil LaSida bettered his own 2017 13-14 Boys 50 Yards Backstroke record with a new time of 26.03, down from 26.56. At Ashburn Farm, something's in the water. With a new time of 2:04.15, South Riding 13-14 Boys 100 Meters Medley Relay team of Anderson Moffitt, Nathan Yu, Carlton Krueger, and Sean Yoo lowered Chinquapin's 2017 mark of 2:04.81. South Riding's Jennifer Luong saved the best for last, crushing the 1:08.25 13-14 Girls 100 Meters IM record that has stood for 13 year with a time of 1:06.42. Three other South Riding's team records were also broken in that meet. WELL DONE!
Elsewhere, Hayden Village's team records were broken by Vincent Nguyen (11-12 50 M Breaststroke) and their 11-12 Boys Medley Relay team. At Saratoga, Chase Club's Angelina Sagaow set a new team record in Girls 11-12 Backstroke. At Sugarland Run, Kyle Johson set a new mark in Boys 15-18 IM. Armfield Farm's 9-10 Boys Medley Relay Team also broke their team record.
This must have been an exiting race to watch: Abby Prahl (Glen Cove) and Chloe Workman (CNC) both clocked 16.00, sharing first place in Girls 9-10 25Y Butterfly.
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