at Franklin Glen(209.0)
at Chantilly Highlands(151.0)
at Sugarland Run(223.0)
at Glen Cove(143.0)
at Ashburn Village(191.5)
at Burke Centre Stingers(290.0)
at Hayden Village(157.0)
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...New league records!
Six of them were set today, all at the White Division meet, all by swimmers Jennifer Luong and Lexi Cuomo. Jennifer, the 12-year old South Riding standout, broke three of her own records, going 30.80 in Back to drop 0.81 seconds of her old mark, 30.03 in Fly to lower that record by 0.22 seconds, and 1:08.50 in IM, which is 0.39 seconds under her prior mark.
15-year old Lexi of ManorGate was just as impressive, swimming 26.42 in Free to erase Michelle Griglione's 28-year mark of 26.77, ripping a 29.48 in Back, well under the previous mark of 30.14, and breaking her own Fly record of 28.43 with a swim of 28.28.
And all of this while battling the tedium and uncertainty of lightning delays all morning. Outstanding!
Congratulations, Jennifer and Lexi!
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Cool shirts, nice weather, fast swimmers and a well run meet made for another great day up at Sugarland Run for the 2016 CSL All Star Relay Carnival.
The Burke Centre Penguins were very impressive at this meet, winning eleven events, setting two league records, and comfortably taking the Red Division trophy over 2nd place Franklin Farm, who themselves won four events and also set two league records.
There were very close battles for the trophies in the White and Blue Divisions. ManorGate took first in White with a narrow eight point win over 2nd place Burke Centre Stingers. And it was Franklin Glen edging out Armfield Farm by only three points in the Blue Division.
Finally, Sequoia Farms won eight events against its Gold Division opponents for a convincing.
In only the third event of the day, Franklin Farm's Boys 8&Under 100Y Medley relay consisting of Tyler Phillips, Kevin Boulay, Jordan Koller and Topher Newman did away with a 38-year old record with a time of 1:16.45, over a second under the old mark. Two events later, it was the Burke Centre Penguins' JT Schmid, Stephen Dalil, Christopher Goggins and Will Tighe with a time of 1:04.12 in the Boys 9-10 100Y Medley relay to improve upon the previous record of 1:05.05 set in 2013.
In the Mixed 9-10 200Y Freestyle relay, three different teams swam under the old CSL record time of 2:04.61, which was set only last year. In 3rd place, it was the Ashburn Village relay consisting of Zoe Rand, Andrew Char, Isabel Will and Charlie Barker with a time of 2:02.87. Coming in 2nd was the Burke Centre Penguins' Skylar Morrison, Christopher Goggins, Ihn Altenburg and JT Schmid touching the wall in 2:02.72. And winning the event were Franklin Farm's Kylie Losinski, Kacey Hu, Luke Witlin and Charlie Zindler with a time of 2:02.57.
We talked to several people who have been deeply involved in CSL for a long time. One of them goes all the way back to 1991. Three lanes under a CSL record in the same heat or event -- none of them had ever heard of that happening before.
In the Mixed 13-14 200Y Freestyle relay, it was the Burke Centre Penguins with the final record swim of the day. Sean Altenburg, Shelby Cleal, Jackson Knouse and Ellie Oswald combined for a time of 1:42.56, just under the old mark of 1:42.81.
Congratulations to all of this year's record breakers and record setters -- Tyler, Kevin, Jordan, Topher, JT, Stephen, Christopher, Will, Zoe, Andrew, Isabel, Charlie, Skylar, Ihn, Kylie, Kacey, Luke, Charlie, Sean, Shelby, Jackson and Ellie.
In the Red Division, it was more of the same from the Burke Centre Penguins as they again won comfortably. The Penguins will face once-beaten Ashburn Village in their week five meet. A very lopsided win by the Aqua Jets would win them the division, as would any win coupled with a Cascades win over Franklin Farm. Four teams are tied at 2-2 in the White Division, creating a huge logjam for 2nd place. It also means that the Burke Centre Stingers have clinched the division with their 4-0 record. Congrats to the Stingers!
Undefeated Ashburn Farm visits 3-1 Franklin Glen in a week five Blue Division showdown. The Barracudas clinch with a win, while the Gators clinch with a win plus an Armfield Farm loss to Chantilly Highlands. If both the Gators and Stingrays prevail, the two of them end up in a three-way tie with Ashburn Farm, and we go to the tiebreakers. Finally, Sequioa Farms visits CountrySide in the battle of unbeatens that will decide the Gold Division.
For what it's worth, the various prognosticators (Hy-Tek Team Manager, CSL Virtual Meets Tool) predict that both ABF@FG and SF@CY will be close meets, to varying degrees. Expect some Blue and Gold Division fireworks this coming Saturday.
League record update...
One league record was set in the week four League meets. In the Girls 11-12 50M Backstroke, South Riding's Jennifer Luong continued to amaze, this time touching the wall in 31.61 and bettering the mark of 31.87 set in 2013.
Congratulations, Jennifer. Well done!
Congratulations, Jennifer, on two outstanding swims! Way to go!
Here are some ladders to help you through the holiday weekend...
Schedule is here. (Right-click, Save as...)
Relay Carnival, Sunday, July 17
Division Qualification Meets, Saturday, July 30
Red -- Cascades
White -- Burke Centre Stingers
Blue -- Franklin Glen
Gold -- Chantilly National
All-stars, Saturday, August 6