SOFLO’s Julio Horrego, Juan Mora; Florida’s Kathleen Golding Headed To Toyota U.S. Open Championships


By Sharon Robb
GREENSBORO, N.C., November 29, 2021–South Florida Aquatic Club will be well-represented at this week’s Toyota U.S. Open Championships at Greensboro Aquatic Center.

Olympian Julio Horrego and state champion Juan Mora will compete in the four-day long course meters that gets under way Wednesday and ends Saturday.

On Thursday, Horrego will compete in the 200-meter individual medley and Mora the 50-meter freestyle. On Friday they will both swim the 100-meter breaststroke and Saturday the 200-meter breaststroke.

Horrego’s last major meet was the 2020 Tokyo Olympics where he represented Honduras in his Olympic debut in the 100- and 200-meter breaststroke.

It will be Mora’s first big meet since winning the State 4A title in the 100-meter breaststroke. Mora won in 54.71. He went a best time 54.65 in prelims to earn the top seed and automatic All-American time. He was also fifth in the 100-yard butterfly in a best time 49.48. It was the first time he dipped under 50 seconds. He was a two-time district and two-time region champion and now state champion during the post-season.

Last year, there were nine locations of the meet, which was scored virtually across the country. This year, it has returned to a one-meet format.

The meet begins Wednesday with the women’s and men’s 800-meter freestyle event. There will be plenty of familiar faces in the field.

Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Katie Ledecky is the top seed in the 800 in 8:12.57. She is competing unattached for Florida, where she is now training with Anthony Nesty. It will be Ledecky’s first meet since moving to Gainesville to train. SOFLO’s Kathleen Golding, 21, of University of Florida and Blair Stoneburg, 17, of Treasure Coast Aquatics are also in the 800 field of 23 swimmers.

Olympic gold medalist Bobby Finke, 22, of University of Florida and St. Petersburg, heads the men’s 800 field as top seed in 7:41.87.

Ledecky, Golding, Stoneburg and Julia Podkoscielny of Pine Crest Swimming are entered in the 400 freestyle. Stoneburg is also entered in the 50 freestyle. Podkoscielny and Golding are also in the 400 IM. Golding, Stoneburg and Podkoscielny are in the 100 and 200 freestyles. Podkoscielny is also in the 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke. Stoneburg is also entered in the 1500 freestyle and 100 freestyle.

Bruno Fratus, 32, of Coral Springs Swim Club and 2020 Olympic bronze medalist, is top seed in the 50 freestyle in 21.57 and 13th seed in the 100 freestyle.

Haitian Olympian Davidson Vincent of Azura Florida Aquatics will swim the 100-meter butterfly along with Josiah Morales of PAQ and Abbas Qali of Azura. Yeziel Morales of Azura will swim the 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Gaby Banks Closes Out Junior Pan American Games


By Sharon Robb
CALI, Colombia, November 29, 2021–South Florida Aquatic Club’s Gaby Banks competed in her final event in her first Junior Pan American Games Monday at Hernando Botero O’Byrne Swimming Pool.

The 18-year-old Florida State swimmer who represents Jamaica internationally, finished 14th in the 50-meter freestyle in 26.90. Banks was 16th in prelims in 27.04. It was her fifth and final event.

Aruba’s Patrick Groters, 22, entered in the 400-meter individual event, did not compete. The former NSU University School and Pine Crest Swim Club swimmer, who has already won gold and silver medals, has the 200 IM left to swim on Tuesday.

Nicole Frank, 17, of Uruguay and Azura, was eighth in the 400-meter individual medley prelims in 5:09.55. She did not compete in finals.

South Florida Heat’s Micaela Sierra, 17, of Uruguay and Azura will compete in the 200-meter individual medley on Tuesday.

Brazil leads the men’s and women’s team standings. The swimming competition ends Tuesday night.

Cali, the capital of Valle del Cauca, is hosting the first-ever edition of the Junior Pan American Games.

It is a key event in the lead-up to the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games and Paris 2024 Olympics, allowing up-and-coming athletes a new level of competition they didn’t have in past years.

Approximately 3,000 volunteers, 1,400 technical officials and 1,142 other officials are participating along with 4,806 athletes from 41 countries and territories affiliated with Panam Sports in 39 sports. The meet is for ages up to 22.

Neither the U.S. or Canada, the region’s most successful countries, sent swim teams to the event although they are competing in other sports. Brazil (25), Colombia (25), and Mexico (26) have the largest delegations of swimmers.

The Games were initially scheduled to begin on June 5 but were postponed to September 9 to 19. It was further delayed because of COVID-19 before moving to late November and early December.

WOMEN
50-meter freestyle:

  1. Stephanie Balduccini, Brazil 25.47, 2. Deyse Goncalves Pereira Ba, Brazil 25.74, 3. Anicka Delgado, Ecuador 25.74, 14. Gaby Banks, Jamaica 26.90.

400-meter individual medley:

  1. Maria Selene Alborzen, Argentina 4:52.22, 2. Fernanda De Groeij, Brazil 4:55.13, 3. Alondra Ortiz, Costa Rica 4:57.14.

MEN
50-meter freestyle:

  1. Victor Alcara Guimaraes, Brazil 22.08, 2. Lucas Peixoto, Brazil 22.34, 3. Camilo-Andres Marrugo Montano, Colombia 22.92

400-meter individual medley:

  1. Erick Gordillo, Guatemala, 4:22.09, 2. Stephan Steverink, Brazil 4:24.35, 3. Roberto Bonilla Flores, Guatemala 4:26.08.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

Aruba’s Patrick Groters Medals Again, Breaks National Record At Junior Pan American Games; Brazil Leads Team Standings


By Sharon Robb
CALI, Colombia, November 28, 2021–Patrick Groters of Aruba won his second medal of the inaugural Junior Pan American Games Sunday at Hernando Botero O’Byrne Swimming Pool.

In an exciting men’s 100-meter backstroke, Groters, 22, finished second in a national record 55.75, just behind Mexico’s Diego Camacho Salgado in 55.38. Groters dropped 0.07. He was fourth fastest in morning prelims in 56.63. Earlier in the meet, Groters took gold in the 200 backstroke in the first-ever Junior Pan American Games record.

South Florida Aquatic Club’s Gaby Banks, 18, of Florida State who represents Jamaica internationally, was 22nd in the 100-meter freestyle 59.48. She has the 50-meter freestyle left to swim.

Nicole Frank, 17, of Uruguay and Azura was third fastest in the 200-meter breaststroke in 2:34.52. She finished fourth in finals in 2:33.36, a best time with a 0.30 drop.

South Florida Heat’s Micaela Sierra, 17, of Uruguay and Azura was eighth fastest in 2:36.79 in the 200-meter breaststroke and finished sixth in 2:36.41.

Peru’s Joaquin Vargas, 19, of Azura, was eighth fastest qualifier in the 100-meter freestyle in 51.21 and came back in finals to finish seventh in 51.23. Gabriel Araya, 22, of Chile was 22nd in 52.75 and 15th in finals in 52.77.

Brazil leads the men’s and women’s team standings followed by Colombia and Mexico.

Cali, the capital of Valle del Cauca, is hosting the first-ever edition of the Junior Pan American Games.

It is a key event in the lead-up to the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games and Paris 2024 Olympics, allowing up-and-coming athletes a new level of competition they didn’t have in past years.

Approximately 3,000 volunteers, 1,400 technical officials and 1,142 other officials are participating along with 4,806 athletes from 41 countries and territories affiliated with Panam Sports in 39 sports. The meet is for ages up to 22.

Neither the U.S. or Canada, the region’s most successful countries, sent swim teams to the event although they are competing in other sports. Brazil (25), Colombia (25), and Mexico (26) have the largest delegations of swimmers.

The Games were initially scheduled to begin on June 5 but were postponed to September 9 to 19. It was further delayed because of COVID-19 before moving to late November and early December.

WOMEN
100-meter freestyle:

  1. Stephanie Balduccini, Brazil 54.63, 2. Ana Carolina Vieira, Brazil 55.89, 3. Anicka Delgado, Ecuador 56.32.

200-meter breaststroke:

  1. Martina Lucia Barbeito, Argentina 2:30.17, 2. Bruna Monteiro Leme, Brazil 2:31.15, 3. Maria Selene Alborzen, Argentina 2:32.21.

100-meter backstroke:

  1. Tayde Andrea Sansores De La Fuente, Mexico 1:02.00, 2. Julia Karla Ferreira Goes, Brazil 1:02.82, 3. Celia Del Rocio Pulido Ortiz, Mexico 1:03.24.

800-meter freestyle:

  1. Mayte Gonzalez Rodriguez, Cuba 9:10.66, 2. Danna Alejandra Martinez, Ecuador 9:17.31, 3. Daniela Alfaro, Costa Rica 9:23.10.

MEN
100-meter freestyle:

  1. Breno Martins Correia, Brazil 49.33, 2. Lucas Peixoto, Brazil 49.71, 3. Andres Dupont Cabrera, Mexico 50.37.

200-meter breaststroke:

  1. Andres Eduardo Puente Bustamante, Mexico 2:14.85, 2. Juan Bautista Carrocia, Argentina 2:16.78, 3. Roberto Bonilla Flores, Guatemala 2:17.18.

100-meter backstroke:

  1. Diego Camacho Salgado, Mexico 55.38, 2. Patrick Groters, Aruba 55.75, 3. Jack Kirby, Barbados 56.18.

800-meter freestyle:

  1. Graham Chatoor, Trinidad & Tobago 8:33.58, 2. Juan Jose Bolanos, Costa Rica 8:46.68, 3. Jenry Jahir Lopez, Ecuador 8:48.07.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

Aruba’s Patrick Groters Wins, Breaks First Record At Junior Pan American Games Twice; SOFLO’s Gaby Banks Swims Best Time


By Sharon Robb
CALI, Colombia, November 27, 2021–Patrick Groters of Aruba made history at the inaugural Junior Pan American Games Saturday at Hernando Botero O’Byrne Swimming Pool.

Groters, 22, broke the first Pan American junior record in the 200-meter backstroke prelims in 2:03.55, the fastest morning qualifier. He came back at night to break it again and win the event in a best time 2:01.78, a 0.54 drop.

Groters, now at University of South Carolina, swam at NSU University School and Pine Crest Swim Club. He is a member of Aruba’s national team and 2024 Olympic hopeful. He has the 100 backstroke, 400 IM and 200 IM left to swim.

South Florida Aquatic Club’s Gaby Banks, 18, of Florida State who represents Jamaica internationally, was 22nd in 200-meter freestyle in a best time 2:13.26, dropping 0.04.

Uruguay’s Nicole Frank, 17, who trains with Azura Florida Aquatics, was seventh in the 200-meter freestyle in a best time 2:05.90, a 0.57 drop. She qualified seventh in 2:06.77.

In the men’s 200 freestyle, Joaquin Vargas of Peru was fifth fastest qualifier in 1:53.92; Gabriel Araya of Chile was seventh fastest in 1:54.82; and Miami’s Brandon Vives of the Dominican Republic was 18th in 200 freestyle in 1:58.02. Vargas came back in finals to place fourth in 1:50.86; Araya finished seventh in 1:53.64; and Vives was 12th in 1:56.64. Vives was also 26th in the 100 butterfly in 59.21.

Maria Munoz, 22, of Peru and Azura, was 13th in the 100 butterfly prelims in 1:03.95 and 12th in finals in 1:03.42.

Cali, the capital of Valle del Cauca, is hosting the first-ever edition of the Junior Pan American Games.

It is a key event in the lead-up to the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games and Paris 2024 Olympics, allowing up-and-coming athletes a new level of competition they didn’t have in past years.

Approximately 3,000 volunteers, 1,400 technical officials and 1,142 other officials are participating along with 4,806 athletes from 41 countries and territories affiliated with Panam Sports in 39 sports. The meet is for ages up to 22.

Neither the U.S. or Canada, the region’s most successful countries, sent swim teams to the event although they are competing in other sports. Brazil (25), Colombia (25), and Mexico (26) have the largest delegations of swimmers.

The Games were initially scheduled to begin on June 5 but were postponed to September 9 to 19. It was further delayed because of COVID-19 before moving to late November and early December.

WOMEN
200-meter freestyle:

  1. Ana Carolina Vieira, Brazil 2:02.15, 2. Maria Yegres Cottin, Venezuela 2:02.16, 3. Karen Durango Restrepo, Colombia 2:03.09.

100-meter butterfly:

  1. Clarissa Maria Rodrigues, Brazil 1:00.19, 2. Luana Alonso, Paraguay 1:00.30, 3. Valentina Becerra, Colombia 1:00.82.

200-meter backstroke:

  1. Athena Meneses Kovacs, Mexico 2:15.64, 2. Jimena Leguizamon Leal, Colombia 2:16.85, 3. Fernando De Goeji, Brazil 2:17.94.

MEN
200-meter freestyle:

  1. Breno Martins Correia, Brazil 1:47.46, 2. Juan Manuel Morales Restrepo, Colombia 1:49.70, 3. Santi Corredor, Colombia 1:49.80.

100-meter butterfly:

  1. Kayky Marquart Mota, Brazil 52.81, 2. Matheus Ferreira De Moraes Gonche, Brazil 52.83, 3. Jorge Eliezer Otaiza Hernandez, Venezuela 53.76.

200-meter backstroke:

  1. Patrick Groters, Aruba 2:01.78, 2. Diego Salgado, Mexico 2:02.29, 3. Erick Oswaldo Gordillo Guzman, Guatemala 2:03.00.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

Patrick Groters Flag Bearer For Aruba; Uruguay’s Nicole Frank Top FGC Finisher On Opening Night At Junior Pan American Games


By Sharon Robb
CALI, Colombia, November 27, 2021–The Florida Gold Coast is well-represented at the inaugural Junior Pan American Games at Hernando Botero O’Byrne Swimming Pool.

On opening night Friday, Uruguay’s Nicole Frank, 17, who trains with Azura Florida Aquatics, finished fourth in the 100-meter breaststroke in a best time 1:10.34. She was fastest morning qualifier in a best time 1:10.20. Her previous best was 1:12.70.

Also in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke prelims, Uruguay’s Micaela Sierra of South Florida Heat and Azura was 11th in 1:14.73 and finished third in the consolation in a personal best 1:14.43.

Maria Munoz, 22, of Peru and Azura Florida Aquatics, was fourth fastest qualifier in the 200-meter butterfly in 2:18.65 and finished seventh in 2:20.17.

Azura’s Gabriela Araya, 22, of Chile was ninth fastest in the men’s 200-meter butterfly prelims in 2:05.13. He did not swim finals.

In morning prelims, Peru’s Joaquin Vargas, 19, of Azura Florida Aquatics was sixth fastest in the 400-meter freestyle in 4:02.55. He went on to finish sixth in 3:58.81.

Aruba national team member Patrick Groters was 13th in the 400-meter freestyle prelims in 4:11.07. On Saturday, he will swim the 200-meter backstroke. He is also entered in the 100 backstroke, 200 IM and 400 IM.

Groters, now at University of South Carolina, swam at NSU University School and Pine Crest Swim Club. He was chosen as one of Aruba’s flag bearers in the Opening Ceremonies. Patrick’s older brother Jordy Groters, is coaching Aruba’s swimmers. Jordy Groters also swam at NSU University School, Pine Crest Swim Club and Missouri and founded and now coaches Giants Aquatics Aruba.

Cali, the capital of Valle del Cauca, is hosting the first-ever edition of the Junior Pan American Games.

It is a key event in the lead-up to the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games and Paris 2024 Olympics, allowing up-and-coming athletes a new level of competition they didn’t have past years.

Approximately 3,000 volunteers, 1,400 technical officials and 1,142 other officials are participating along with 4,806 athletes from 41 countries and territories affiliated with Panam Sports in 39 sports. The meet is for ages up to 22.

Neither the U.S. or Canada, the region’s most successful countries, sent swim teams to the event although they are competing in other sports. Brazil (25), Colombia (25), and Mexico (26) have the largest delegations of swimmers.

The Games were initially scheduled to begin on June 5 but were postponed to September 9 to 19. It was further delayed because of COVID-19 before moving to late November and early December.

WOMEN
400-meter freestyle:

  1. Maria Paula Heitmann, Brazil 4:17.64, 2. Lucia Gauna, Argentina 4:19.14, 3. Delfina Dini, Argentina 4:19.24.

100-meter breaststroke:

  1. Martina Lucia Barbeito, Argentina 1:08.74, 2. Giulia Oliveira Carvalho, Brazil 1:10.24, 3. Bruna Monteiro Leme, Brazil 1:10.27.

200-meter butterfly:

  1. Karen Durango Restrepo, Colombia 2:13.51, 2. Rafaela Trevisan Raurich, Brazil 2:14.58, 3. Samantha Banos, Colombia 2:15.90.

400-meter freestyle relay: 1. Brazil 3:45.06, 2. Mexico 3:49.97, 3. Colo,bia 3:51.05.

MEN
400-meter freestyle:

  1. Santi Corredor, Colombia 3:53.14, 2. Eduardo de Moraes, Brazil 3:53.23, 3. Juan Manuel Morales Restrepo, Colombia 3:57.26.

100-meter breaststroke:

  1. Mariano Lazzerini, Chile 1:02.28, 2. Andres Puente Bustamante, Mexcico 1:02.29, 3. Bernhard Christianson, Panama 1:03.16.

200-meter butterfly:

  1. Matheus Gonche, Brazil 1:59.63, 2. Roberto Bonilla Flores, Guatemala 2:01.08, 3. Kayky Mota, Brazil 2:01.60.

400-meter freestyle relay:

  1. Brazil 3:17.14, 2. Mexico 3:24.02, 3. Colombia 3:24.40.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Alia Atkinson Wins, London Roar Advances Into ISL Final Four


By Sharon Robb
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands, November 26, 2021–South Florida Aquatic Club’s Alia Atkinson won her final individual event of the ISL’s Match 5 playoff Friday at Pieter van den Hoogenband Zwemstadion.

The five-time Jamaican Olympian won the 100-meter breaststroke easily in 1:04.38 as the London Roar clinched a berth in the Final Four.

London teammate and two-time Olympian Dylan Carter of Trinidad & Tobago was second in the 100-meter freestyle in 46.47 just 24/100ths behind teammate Kyle Chalmers. He was also third in the 50-meter butterfly in 22.27. Carter led early but Tom Shields and Ben Proud reeled him in for the final meters.

Carter and Atkinson were relay members of the third place 4×100-meter medley relay that finished in 3:17.17 with Vini Lanza and Freya Anderson.

With a second-place finish in Match 5, London Roar clinched one of the four spots in the ISL championship.

Energy Standard won the four-team match with 561.5 points followed by the Roar with 498.5, LA Current with 415.5 and DC Trident with 289.5, ending its season.

Energy Standard’s Ilya Shymanovich of Belarus won the Match MVP honors with two jackpot wins for 30 points in the men’s 50- and 100-meter breaststroke. For the second time in two weeks, he broke his world short course record in the 100 breaststroke in 55.28.

Match 6, featuring Cali Condors, Toronto Titans, Aqua Centurions and Iron is Saturday and Sunday and will determine the final two teams.

Caleb Dressel will sit out the playoff match to rest for the final. The defending champion Cali Condors are heavy favorites to make the Final Four.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Alia Atkinson Wins Twice, London Roar Takes Early Lead In ISL Fifth Playoff Match


By Sharon Robb
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands, November 25, 2021–Alia Atkinson of the London Roar won the 50-meter breaststroke to highlight International Swimming League Match 5 playoff opening day action Thursday at Pieter van den Hoogenband Zwemstadion.

South Florida Aquatic Club’s five-time Jamaican Olympian won in 29.19 and picked up a 19-point jackpot. She was also a member of the winning 4×100-meter medley relay that won in 3:47.48 along with Kira Toussaint, Marie Wattel and Emma McKeon.

Atkinson was also sixth in the 100-meter butterfly in 57.32.

London teammate Dylan Carter was fourth in the 50-meter freestyle in 21.14. London teammate Kyle Chalmers won in 20.82. Carter led off the winning 4×100-meter freestyle relay that won in 3:04.47 with Zac Incerti, Duncan Scott and Chalmers.

American Ryan Murphy of the LA Current broke the American and ISL record in the 50-meter backstroke in 22.53, shaving 0.01 off his previous records. Murphy also won the 200-meter backstroke in 1:48.10.

After Day One, the London Roar leads with 280 points followed by Energy Standard, 264, LA Current, 221.5 and DC Trident, 141.5.

This is the final semifinal weekend where four teams will be eliminated to get down to four for the final match.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO’s Alia Atkinson Takes Two Seconds In Showdown With Lilly King; London Roar Wins Big


By Sharon Robb
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands, November 21, 2021-South Florida Aquatic Club’s Alia Atkinson had two second place finishes as her London Roar team knocked off ISL defending champion Cali Condors for a big playoff win Sunday at Pieter van den Hoogenband Zwemstadion.

The Roar won the two-day match with 534.5 points followed by the Condors with 474.5, LA Current with 438.5 and Iron with 327.5. There have been four different match winners so far in the playoffs.

In a much-anticipated showdown, Atkinson, 32, a five-time Jamaican Olympian, was second in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:04.11 behind Lilly King in 1:03.35. King remains undefeated in the event this season.

On Day One, London won eight events including two relays to build a 49.5-point lead and set them up nicely headed into Day Two, 287.5-238.

Atkinson, the world short course record holder, was second in the 50-meter breaststroke in 29.54 behind King in 29.36.

Atkinson was a member of the Roar’s winning 4×100-meter medley relay that won in 3:46.28 with teammates Kira Toussaint, Marie Wattel and Emma McKeon.

London teammate Dylan Carter of Trinidad & Tobao was third in the 100-meter freestyle in 46.64. Carter also led off the mixed 4×100-meter medley relay that finished in 3:36.13. He tied for fifth in the 50-meter freestyle in 21.09. He anchored the Roar’s 4×100-meter men’s medley relay that finished second in 3:23.23. Carter led off the mixed 4×100-meter medley relay that finished third in 3:36.13.

Caeleb Dressel returned to ISL competition but is easing himself back into racing. He was third in the 50-meter freestyle in 21.04. He also swam two relays. On Day Two, he won the 100-meter individual medley in 51.67.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

SOFLO Sweeps Team Titles, Swimmers Dominate SOFLO Last Chance Qualifier


By Sharon Robb
PEMBROKE PINES, November 20, 2021—South Florida Aquatic Club turned in one of its’ finest performances since the pandemic started at the SOFLO Last Chance Qualifier Saturday at Academic Village Pool.

With loads of depth and talent, SOFLO swept the combined, girls and boys team titles in the two-day, seven-team meet.

SOFLO won the combined team title with 107,629 points; girls team title with 50,218 and boys team title with 57, 411.

SOFLO had four high point winners: Didia Miccolis, 10-and-under with 712 points; Jemma Baldwin, 11-12 with 2,080 points; Olivia Dinehart, 15-and-over with 2,938 points and Juan Vallmitjana, 11-12 with 3,183 points.

Eighty percent of SOFLO swimmers had at least one best time.

Among SOFLO winners were:

Jaden Amores, 14, 200-yard butterfly, best time 2:01.63, 3.69 drop; 200-yard backstroke, best time 2:06.32, 3.38 drop.

Sophia Avila, 13, 200-yard individual medley, best time 2:55.11, drop 0.05.

Jemma Baldwin, 11, 200-yard backstroke, 2:25.79, time drop 1.57; 200-yard individual medley, 2:33.17; 100-yard butterfly, best time 1:10.49, 0.46 drop.

Amelie Bicerne, 14, 200-yard backstroke, 2:20.22.

Mariann Catalasan, 15, 200-yard individual medley, best time 2:21.32, time drop 1.54.

Daniel Chaussky, 10, 200-yard individual medley, 2:50.54.

Javier Colmenares, 15, 200-yard butterfly, best time 1:55.92, 3.82 drop.

Elena Dinehart, 16, 100-yard butterfly, best time 58.02, 1.91 drop; 500-yard freestyle, 5:13.62.

Olivia Dinehart, 16, coming off an outstanding high school season highlighted by a state title, 50-yard freestyle, 24.70, best time, 0.24 drop; 400-yard individual medley, 4:31.94; 100-yard freestyle, best time 52.25, time drop 1.46; 200-yard breaststroke, best time 2:21.74, 2.10 drop. She posted three of the fastest prelims times.

Tristan Dons, 13, 100-yard backstroke, best time 1:02.47, 1.89 drop.

Sally Golding, 17, 200-yard freestyle, 1:59.89, best time and first time dipped under 2 minutes. She was fifth fastest in prelims.

Felix Gonzalez, 14, 200-yard individual medley, best time 2:09.70, drop 3.45.

Julio Horrego, 23, 100-yard breaststroke, best time 55.88, 0.54 drop.

Joshua Menezes, 12, 100-yard breaststroke, best time 1:15.50, 1.31 drop; 200-yard individual medley, best time 2:23.79, 0.81 drop; 200-yard breaststroke, best time 2:41.53, 2.01 drop.

Didia Miccolis, 10, 200-yard individual medley, best time 3:02.36, time drop 2.34.

Austin Nelson, 16, 200-yard backstroke, best time 1:54.86, 3.98 drop.

Carlos Rincon, 14, 100-yard butterfly, best time 59.93, 2.68 drop.

Ricardo Roche, 22, 200-yard freestyle, 1:43.64; 100-yard backstroke, best time 52.08, 1.19 drop.

Felipe Rodriguez, 14, 200-yard freestyle, best time 1:54.09, 1.89 drop.

Javier Roman, 18, 200-yard butterfly, best time 1:55.92, 2.75 drop.

Mallory Schleicher, 18, 200-yard backstroke, best time 2:04.20, time drop 4.56. The University of Florida-commit is fully recovered from a wrist injury and had one of her best meets of the year.

Maddie Smutny, 16, 200-yard butterfly, 2:07.38, best time with a time drop of 5.23 seconds.

Juan Vallmitjana, 12, 200-yard freestyle, best time 1:54.77, 2.07 drop; 50-yard freestyle, best time 24.67, 0.52 drop; 100-yard freestyle, best time 53.81, 1.23 drop.

Ana Villamil, 16, 100-yard breaststroke, best time 1:06.94, 3.89 time drop.

South Florida Aquatic Club had the largest contingent with 202 swimmers (111 male and 91 female) competing in 1,341 individual events and one relay in both the Last Chance Qualifier and Holiday Classic. It was one of the largest meets SOFLO has hosted since the pandemic.

SATURDAY FINAL RESULTS
COMBINED TEAM TOTALS

  1. South Florida Aquatic Club 107,629, 2. Swim Fort Lauderdale 34,853, 3. SwimFast 25,841, 4. Boca Raton Swim Team 17,119, 5. Shelton Doral 12,701, 6. Heritage Aquatic Team 11,597, 7. Plantation Swim Team 313.

GIRLS TEAM TOTALS

  1. South Florida Aquatic Club 50,218, 2. Swim Fort Lauderdale 18,823, 3. SwimFast 17,600, 4. Boca Raton Swim Team 7,147, 5. Shelton Doral Swim Team 4,697, 6. Heritage Aquatic Team 3,436.

BOYS TEAM TOTALS

  1. South Florida Aquatic Club 57,411, 2. Swim Fort Lauderdale 16,030, 3. Boca Raton Swim Team 9,972, 4. SwimFast 8,241, 5. Heritage Aquatic Team 8,161, 6. Shelton Doral Swim Team 8,004, 7. Plantation Swim Team 313.

INDIVIDUAL HIGH POINT
GIRLS

10-and-under, 1. Didia Miccolis, SOFLO 712.
11-12, 1. Jemma Baldwin, SOFLO 2,080, 2. Mackenzie McPherson, SOFLO 1,953, 4. Saree Young, SOFLO 1,719.
13-14, 1. Katherine Voet, Swim Fort Lauderdale 2,520, 5. Katelyn Gembicki, SOFLO 1,697, 8. Genesis Escobar, SOFLO 1,486, 10. Pilar Duranti 1,454.
15-and-over, 1. Olivia Dinehart, SOFLO 2,938, 2. Gabriella DeLuna, SOFLO 2,475, 4. Elena Dinehart, SOFLO 2,039, 5. Mariann Catalasan, SOFLO 2,015, 6. Ana Villamil, SOFLO 1,909.

BOYS
10-and-under, 1. Ryan Slogrove, Swim Fort Lauderdale 1,670, 2. Daniel Chaussky, SOFLO 1,535, 4. Guillermo Mantilla, SOFLO 589, 5. David Gonzalez, SOFLO 550.
11-12, 1. Juan Vallmitjana, SOFLO 3,183, 2. Ryan Harries, SOFLO 2,610, 5. Joshua Menezes, SOFLO 2,387, 7. Adrian Rendon, Unattached SOFLO 1,862, 8. Maximiliano Remmele, SOFLO 1,801.
13-14, 1. Sebastian Guio, HAT 2,555, 4. Tristian Dons, SOFLO 1,498, 5. Abraham Penaloza, SOFLO 1,387, 6. Jaden Amores, SOFLO 1,364, 7. Mason Jimenez, SOFLO 1,302, 8. Carlos Salas, SOFLO 1,265, 9. Jose Rincon, SOFLO 1,259, 10. Felipe Rodriguez, SOFLO 1,244.
15-and-over, 1. Landon Kyser, HAT 2,980, 5. Nicolas Pelaez, SOFLO 2,136, 7. Javier Colmenares, SOFLO 2,053, 10. Alex Golding, SOFLO 1,825, 12. Giorgio Rusconi, SOFLO 1,617, 13. Brennan Binder, SOFLO 1,483, 14. Ricardo Roche, SOFLO 1,400.

GIRLS
200-yard freestyle:
11-12, 1. Zoe Schnoeller,. SFTL 2:03.64; SOFLO: 2. Mackenzie McPherson 2:12.18, time drop 1.49; 3. Saree Young 2:19.17, time drop 4.66, 7. Tabatha Oliveira 2:37.89, 9. Gabriella Ordonez 2:49.46, time drop 6.02.
13-14, 1. Da’jah German, SFTL 2:02.57; SOFLO: 3. Genesis Escobar 2:06.51, time drop 1.93, 5. Cali Harries 2:11.24, 6. Kaylee Del Rio 2:13.06, time drop 2.61.
15-and-over, 1. Sally Golding, SOFLO 1:59.89, time drop 0.97.

200-yard butterfly:
13-14, 1. Lena Lajko, SFTL 2:17.55; SOFLO: 3. Tania Mantilla 2:29.15, 5. Isabella Montes 2:31.33, time drop 3.07.
15-18, 1. Maddie Smutny, SOFLO 2:07.38, time drop 5.23; SOFLO: 3. Michelle Marinheiro 2:16.22, 4. Jenna Marie Brames 2:20.28, time drop 0.71.

50-yard freestyle:

  1. Olivia Dinehart, SOFLO 24.70, time drop 0.24; SOFLO: 6. Mia Guerrero 26.90, time drop 0.68, 7. Sofia Gomez 29.12, time drop 0.08, 11. Saree Young 29.39, time drop 1.48.

200-yard backstroke:
11-12, 1. Jemma Baldwin, SOFLO 2:25.79, time drop 1.57.
13-14, 1. Amelie Bicerne, SOFLO 2:20.22; SOFLO: 5. Alexandra Strong 2:31.33, time drop 5.47, 6. Alexandra Estevez 2:34.16, time drop 5.06, 7. Anjana Andapally 2:35.42, time drop 2.68, 8. Sophia Avila 2:50.10.
15-and-over, 1. Mallory Schleicher, SOFLO 2:04.20, time drop 4.56; SOFLO: 2. Gabriella DeLuna 2:11.16, time drop 2.90, 3. Sally Golding 2:11.62, time drop 0.94.

100-yard breaststroke:
10-and-under, 1. Rachel Turner, SFTL 2:13.28.
11-12, 1. Zoe Schnoeller, SFTL 1:14.88; SOFLO: 2. Mackenzie McPherson 1:23.20, time drop 0.08, 4. Tabatha Oliveira 1:33.52, 5. Sophie Szutkowski 1:35.37, time drop 1.89.
13-14, 1. Mercedes Pelayes, SDST 1:09.41; SOFLO: 2. Sarah Vasquez 1:17.65, time drop 2.28, 3. Ainsley Miller 1:18.76, 5. Cali Harries 1:20.99, 6. Sofia Lugo 1:21.00, time drop 1.53, 7. Haley Garcia 1:25.69, time drop 0.18, 9. Juline Paas 1:39.33.
15-and-over, 1. Ana Villamil, SOFLO 1:06.94, time drop 3.89; SOFLO: 3. Mariann Catalasan 1:11.91, time drop 0.46, 8. Judith-Alison Natino 1:25.03, time drop 0.29.

200-yard individual medley:
10-and-under, 1. Didia Miccolis, SOFLO 3:02.36, time drop 2.34.
11-12, 1. Jemma Baldwin, SOFLO 2:33.17; SOFLO: 2. Saree Young 2:37.07, 3. Sofia Gomez 2:37.63, time drop 1.25, 4. Rose Seniuk 2:38.00, time drop 3.38.
13-14, 1. Sophia Avila, SOFLO 2:55.11, time drop 0.05.
15-and-over, 1. Mariann Catalasan, SOFLO 2:21.32, time drop 1.54.

400-yard individual medley:

  1. Olivia Dinehart, SOFLO 4:31.94; SOFLO: 2. Gabriella DeLuna 4:43.28, time drop 1.13, 4. Mariann Catalasan 5:01.61, 7. Jenesys Amores 5:14.79, time drop 1.90.

100-yard freestyle:
11-12, 1. Kimoni Elliott, SFTL 1:02.04; SOFLO: 2. Mackenzie McPherson 1:02.67, 3. Sofia Gomez 1:03.11, time drop 0.44, 4. Sofia Rodriguez 1:04.58, time drop 0.92, 8. Marlena Groves 1:12.79, 9. Sophie Szutkowski 1:15.32.
13-14, 1. Anais Gedeon, SFTL 54.95; SOFLO: 2. Katelyn Gembicki 55.86, 4. Pilar Duranti 59.11, time drop 0.01, 6. Genesis Escobar 59.33, time drop 0.48, 10. Anjana Andapally 1:00.50, time drop 0.63.
15-and-over, 1. Olivia Dinehart, SOFLO 52.25, time drop 1.46; SOFLO: 2. Mallory Schleicher 52.64, time drop 1.45, 3. Elena Dinehart 52.82, time drop 1.56, 4. Maddie Smutny 52.96, time drop 0.95, 9. Ana Villamil 56.41, 11. JennaMarie Brames 57.46, time drop 0.68.

100-yard butterfly:
11-12, 1. Jemma Baldwin, SOFLO 1:10.49, time drop 0.46; SOFLO: 3. Gabriella Ordonez 1:28.60.
13-14, 1. Darly Young, SF 1:06.15; SOFLO: 2. Isabella Montes 1:09.72, 3. Isabella Bartoli 1:13.01, time drop 0.58, 4. Gabriela Marin 1:23.03, time drop 0.04.
15-and-over, 1. Elena Dinehart, SOFLO 58.02, time drop 1.91; SOFLO: 3. Dahlia Hirsh 1:07.60, time drop 1.61, 5. Judith-Alison Natino 1:18.04.

200-yard breaststroke:
13-14, 1. Mercedes Pelayes, SDST 2:34.71; SOFLO: 3. Ainsley Miller 2:47.41, time drop 0.42.
15-and-over, 1. Olivia Dinehart, SOFLO 2:21.74, time drop 2.10; SOFLO: 2. Ana Villamil 2:29.89, time drop 2.36, 3. Gabriella DeLuna 2:30.22, time drop 1.91, 4. Mariann Catalasan 2:40.78.

100-yard backstroke:
11-12, 1. Zoe Schnoeller, SFTL 1:06.85; SOFLO: 3. Sofia Rodriguez 1:16.06, 4. Marlena Groves 1:25.85, 5. Gabriella Ordonez 1:27.57, time drop 1.90, 6. Emma Salar 1:28.55, time drop 6.68, 7. Mia Salar 1:35.92, time drop 5.28.
13-14, 1. Lena Lajko, SFTL 1:00.05; SOFLO: 3. Katelyn Gembicki 1:05.25, 6. Sofia Lugo 1:08.70, 7. Sarah Vasquez 1:08.84, time drop 1.64, 10. Sarah Bedoya 1:11.53, time drop 2.98, 11. Alexandra Strong 1:11.99, time drop 1.06.
15-and-over, 1. Oliver Wiebe, SF 1:03.49.

500-yard freestyle:

  1. Elena Dinehart, SOFLO 5:13.62; SOFLO: 2. Gabriella DeLuna 5:17.,90, time drop 8.84, 4. Katelyn Gembicki 5:25.08, time drop 7.96, 7. Pilar Duranti 5:34.58, time drop 5.19, 8. Tania Mantilla 5:35.49, time drop 7.87, 9. Sofia Lugo 5:38.83, time drop 0.94, 12. Mackenzie McPherson 5:44.43, time drop 9.29, 13. Alexandra Strong 5:47.70, time drop 4.58, 14. Cali Harries 5:48.79, time drop 0.04, 15. Jemma Baldwin 5:49.89, time drop 7.35.

BOYS
200-yard freestyle:
10-and-under, 1. Ryan Slogrove, SFTL 2:27.59; SOFLO: 2. David Gonzalez 2:47.34, time drop 2.57.
11-12, 1. Juan Vallmitjana, SOFLO 1:54.77, time drop 2.07, 4. Atharv Agashe 2:32.88, time drop 2.52, 5. Matteo Castelli 2:34.22, time drop 1.66, 6. Dmitrill Berezin 2:40.93, 7. Antonio Rico 2:42.28, time drop 0.95, 8. Dylan McVeigh 2:46.32, 9. Samuel Rico 2:48.26, time drop 10.00, 10. Jose Montes 2:55.61.
13-14, 1. Felipe Rodriguez, SOFLO 1:54.09, time drop 1.89; SOFLO: 5. Matt McVeigh 2:08.76, 7. Brennan MNair 2:15.15, 9. Max Marrero 2:44.59.
15-and-over, 1. Ricardo Roche, SOFLO 1:43.64; SOFLO: 5. Alexander Miller 1:48.27, time drop 0.92, 7. Brennan Binder 1:49.40.

200-yard butterfly:
13-14, 1. Jaden Amores, SOFLO 2:01.63, time drop 3.69; SOFLO: 2. Carlos Salas 2:18.03, time drop 1.13, 3. Carlos Rincon 2:19.54, time drop 5.46, 4. Jose Rincon 2:21.75.
15-and-over, 1. tie, Javier Roman, SOFLO 1:55.92, time drop 2.75 and Javier Colmenares, SOFLO 1:55.92, time drop 3.82; SOFLO: 4. Brennan Binder 2:02.14.

50-yard freestyle:
10-and-under, 1. Ryan Slogrove, SFTL 30.62; SOFLO: 2. Daniel Chaussky 30.73.
11-12, 1. Juan Vallmitjana 24.67, time drop 0.52; SOFLO: 2. Ryan Harries 28.03, 5. Matteo Castelli 31.91, 6. Aiden Delgado 33.17, time drop 0.36, 7. Dmitrii Berezin 33.24, 9. Jose Montes 36.68.
13-14, 1. Renato Corrales, SFTL 25.02; SOFLO: 2. Tristain Dons 25.53, time drop 1.15, 3. Mason Jimenez 26.08, 4. Abraham Penaloza 26.18, time drop 0.11, 5. Brennan Mair 26.35, time drop 1.49, 7. Leo Shee 26.59, time drop 0.41, 8. Rafael Frable 27.64, time drop 0.66, 9. Aleksander Chaussky 27.84, 10. Kenny Paas, 28.12, time drop 0.31, 11. Diego Reveron 28.43, 13. Justin Campos 29.48, time drop 1.74, 14. Shihoo Noh 30.81, time drop 0.79.
15-and-over, 1. Marcus Johnson, BRST 21.64; SOFLO: 2. Manuel Melendez 23.01, time drop 0.21, 5. Alexander Miller 23.45, time drop 0.11, 6. Javier Colmenares 23.63, 8. Nicholas Pelaez 23.94, time drop 0.26, 10. Giorgio Rusconi 25.14, time drop 0.36.

200-yard backstroke:
11-12, 1. Adrian Rendon, Unattached 2:16.87; SOFLO: 2. Maximiliano Remmele 2:18.11, time drop 2.46, 5. Preston Christensen 2:53.41, time drop 5.03.
13-14, 1. Jaden Amores, SOFLO 2:06.32, time drop 3.38; SOFLO: 3. Tristan Dons 2:13.38, time drop 3.26.
15-and-over, 1. Austin Nelson, SOFLO 1:54.86, time drop 3.98.

100-yard breaststroke:
11-12, 1. Joshua Menezes, SOFLO 1:15.50, time drop 1.31; SOFLO: 2. Martin Petkov 1:22.16, time drop 0.56, 5. Aiden Delgado 1:37.01, time drop 2.81.
13-14, 1. Sebastian Guio, HAT 1:05.25; SOFLO: 2. Felix Gonzalez 1:07.50, time drop 1.92, 3. Abraham Penaloza 1:11.31, time drop 1.39, 4. Luke Mercier 1:17.83, time drop 1.71, 5. Rafael Frable 1:20.69, 6. Kenny Paas 1:20.70, time drop 0.55, 8. Alexandra Rahman 1:26.66, time drop 1.04, 9. Shihoo Noh 1:28.78, time drop 0.78, 10. Justin Campos 1:29.79, time drop 4.04.
15-and-over, 1. Julio Horrego, SOFLO 55.88, time drop 0.54; SOFLO: 3. Alex Golding 1:01.64, time drop 0.53, 4. Javier Roman 1:02.20, time drop 1.98, 6. Giorgio Rusconi 1:04.86.

200-yard individual medley:
10-and-under, 1. Daniel Chaussky, SOFLO 2:50.54.
11-12, 1. Joshua Menezes, SOFLO 2:23.79, time drop 0.81; SOFLO: 4. Ryan Harries 2:35.50, 5. Eric Ferrer 2:38.2, time drop 1.03, 6. Tianze Wen 2:40.33, time drop 2.53, 7. Atharv Agashe 2:52.83.
13-14, 1. Felix Gonzalez, SOFLO 2:09.70, time drop 3.45; SOFLO: 2. Carlos Salas 2:18.96, time drop 2.35, 3. Jose Rincon 2:20.45.
15-and-over, 1. Landon Kyser, HAT 1:56.72; SOFLO: 4. Nicholas Pelaez 2:07.77, time drop 1.52.

400-yard individual medley:

  1. Landon Kyser, HAT 4:10.82; SOFLO: 2. Adrian Hernandez 4:12.99, time drop 0.55, 4. Alex Golding 4:17.63, 6. Hashan Ekanayake 4:31.41, time drop 7.70, 8. Juan Vallmitjana 4:36.66, time drop 13.85, 11. Mason Jimenez 5:00.81, time drop 4.86.

100-yard freestyle:
11-12, 1. Juan Vallmitjana, SOFLO 53.81, time drop 1.23; SOFLO: 3. Martin Petkov 1:03.79, 5. Tianze Wen 1:05.09, 6. Matteo Castelli 1:08.68, time drop 1.78, 7. Preston Christensen 1:13.38, time drop 1.48, 9. Aiden Delgaro 1:14.34, time drop 0.27, 10. Dmitri Berezin 1:14.78.
13-14, 1. Jorge Kauefate, SDST 54.22; SOFLO: 4. Matt McVeigh 58.19, time drop 1.18, 5. Brennan Mair 58.91, time drop 0.36, 6. Aleksander Chaussky 1:00.48, 9. Kenny Paas 1:01.58, time drop 0.09, 10. Rafael Frable 1:02.13, time drop 1.09.
15-and-over, 1. Marcelo Mansur, Unattached 49.58; SOFLO: 2. Manuel Melendez 50.01, time drop 0.70, 5. Julio Horrego 52.13, 7. Nicholas Pelaez 52.66, 8. Luca Hincapie 53.82, 12. Bruno Martins 59.84.

100-yard butterfly:
13-14, 1. Carlos Rincon, SOFLO 59.93, time drop 2.68; SOFLO: 2. Jose Rincon 1:00.83, time drop 1.26.
15-and-over, 1. Zach Bregoff, BRST 52.17; SOFLO: 2. Javier Colmenares 52.67, time drop 0.43, 6. Luca Hincapie 1:01.26.

200-yard breaststroke:
11-12, 1. Joshua Menezes, SOFLO 2:41.53, time drop 2.01; SOFLO: 2. Ryan Harries 2:45.50, 3. Maximiliano Remmele 2:47.61, time drop 0.05.
13-14, 1. Sebastian Guio, HAT 2:18.43; SOFLO: 2. Felipe Rodriguez 2:24.18, 3. Abraham Penaloza 2:37.78, 4. Mason Jimenez 2:38.85, time drop 1.57, 5. Luke Mercier 2:45.60, time drop 3.39.
15-and-over, 1. Diego Lopez, BRST 2:17.57; SOFLO: 2. Giorgio Rusconi 2:20.81, time drop 2.97.

100-yard backstroke:
10-and-under, 1. Jake Corbett, SF 1:34.96.
11-12, 1. Frank Vincze, SF 1:05.45; SOFLO: 3. Maximiliano Remmele 1:06.25, 4. Eric Ferrer 1:17.34, 5. Atharv Agashe 1:21.33, 6. Preston Christensen 1:23.26, time drop 0.98, 7. Dylan McVeigh 1:25.76, time drop 0.54, 8. Antonio Rico 1:27.67, time drop 5.690, 9. Adrian Sowma 1:28.44, time drop 2.68.
13-14, 1. Tristan Dons, SOFLO 1:02.47, time drop 1.89; SOFLO: 2. Carlos Salas 1:04.26, time drop 3.21, 4. Matt McVeigh 1:07.22, time drop 0.07, 5. Carlos Rincon 1:08.59, time drop 1.14, 6. Aleksander Chaussky 1:13.10, 7. Diego Reveron 1:13.77, time drop 0.98, 8. Justin Campos, 1:19.78, time drop 20.76.
15-and-over, 1. Ricardo Roche, SOFLO 52.08, time drop 1.19; SOFLO: 3. Alex Golding 54.48, time drop 1.40, 5. Brennan Binder 1:00.40, time drop 0.94.

500-yard freestyle:

  1. Marcelo Mansur, Unattached 4:44.26; SOFLO: 5. Nicholas Pelaez 5:01.16, time drop 12.09, 12. Ryan Harries 5:43.31, 15. Rafael Frable 5:55.48, 16. Kenny Paas 5:57.77. RESULTS SOURCE: MEET MOBILE

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com

Christie Ann Lumsden, William Kleineck Lead SOFLO At SOFLO Holiday Classic


By Sharon Robb
PEMBROKE PINES, November 20, 2021–South Florida Aquatic Club’s young up-and-coming swimmers got in some good racing while having fun Saturday at the SOFLO Holiday Classic at windswept Academic Village Pool.

Christie Ann Lumsden, 9, and William Kleineck, 7, were SOFLO’s top finishers.

Lumsden won the 10-and-under 50-yard breaststroke in a best time 40.20, dropping 1.17. She was second in the 50-yard backstroke in 39.36 and third in the 50-yard butterfly in 38.55. She was also a member of the runner-up 100-yard freestyle relay that finished in 1:05.77.

Lumsden also had best times in the 50-yard freestyle in 30.77 with a time drop of 2.16; 200-yard individual medley in 2:47.51, with a 1.39 time drop; and 100-yard freestyle in 1:07.28 with a 3.62 time drop.

Kleineck was second in the 8-and-under 25-yard freestyle in a best time 20.09, dropping 3.18 seconds. He was second in the 25-yard backstroke in 22.86, also a best time 22.86 with a time drop of 3.38.

Kleineck also posted a best time in the 25-yard butterfly in 24.85 with a time drop of 2.99 for a fifth place. He was also seventh in the 25-yard breaststroke in 30.73.

Another top finisher was 6-year-old Ellie Phan: third in 25-yard breaststroke in 26.48; third in 25-yard backstroke in 23.73 and fourth in 25-yard butterfly in 22.58.

Ethan Phan, 9, was third in the 100-yard individual medley in a best time 1:24.87, dropping 3.23 seconds.

Toma Petkov, 9, was third in the 50-yard breaststroke in 45.74.

In a perfect end to the fun meet, SOFLO’s B relay knocked off SOFLO’s A relay, 1:05.58-1:05.77, in the 10-and-under 100-yard freestyle relay.

MIXED RESULTS
25-yard freestyle:
8-and-under, 1. Dario Corrieri, PST 19.42; SOFLO: 2. William Kleineck 20.09, time drop 3.18, 6. Stefania Botteri 21.34, time drop 2.38, 7. Dylan Jung 21.40, time drop 0.10, 9. Santiago Zuluaga 21.80.

50-yard freestyle:
10-and-under, 1. Aiden Goodwin, PST 31.82; SOFLO; 5. Jake Rezende 34.47, 6. Ale Suarez Cabrera 34.51, 7. Sofia Rodriguez 34.79, time drop 3.46, 8. Ethan Phan 35.50, time drop 0.78, 9. Amber Connor 35.56, time drop 3.91, 10. Michael Barber 35.84.

25-yard butterfly:
8-and-under, 1. Paloma Altieri, HAT 19.66; SOFLO: 4. Ellie Phan 22.58, 5. William Kleineck 24.85, time drop 2.99, 7. Savanna Zuluaga 26.50, time drop 1.75, 8. Santiago Zuluaga 28.41, time drop 1.69.

50-yard butterfly:
10-and-under, 1. Aiden Goodwin, PST 37.33; SOFLO: 3. Christie Ann Lumsden 38.55, 5. Toma Petkov 38.94, 6. Ethan Phan 39.33, time drop 0.69, 8. Rafael Naranjo 40.23, time drop 2.80, 10. Sofia Duranti 41.90, time drop 9.41.

25-yard backstroke:
8-and-under, 1. Paloma Altieri, HAT 22.42; SOFLO: 2. William Kleineck, 22.86, time drop 3.38, 3. Ellie Phan 23.73, 6. Savanna Alonso 25.63, time drop 0.84, 7. Santiago Zuluaga 25.73, 8. Dylan Jung 26.61.

50-yard backstroke:
10-and-under, 1. Miri Levy, MJST 38.61; SOFLO: 2. Christie Ann Lumsden 39.36, 4. Jake Rezende 41.07, 6. Ethan Phan 42.27, 7. Toma Petkov 42.58, time drop 1.10, 9. Sofia Rodriguez 42.83, time drop 0.19, 10. Valentina Remmele 43.03.

25-yard breaststroke:
8-and-under, 1. Paloma Altieri, HAT 25.57; SOFLO: 3. Ellie Phan 26.48, 5. Savanna Alonso 29.26, 7. William Kleineck 30.73, 8. Dylan Jung 30.90, time drop 3.09, 10. Anna Guerrero 34.37, 1.22.

50-yard breaststroke:
10-and-under, 1. Christie Ann Lumsden, SOFLO 40.20, time drop 1.17; SOFLO: 3. Toma Petkov 45.74, 4. Ale Suarez Cabrera 45.79, 5. Ethan Phan 45.96, 8. Sofia Duranti 48.39, 9. Michael Barber 49.32, time drop 0.48, 10. Leonardo Zuluaga 49.40.

100-yard individual medley:
10-and-under, 1. Aiden Goodwin, PST 1:22.57; SOFLO: 3. Ethan Phan 1:24.87, time drop 3.23, 4. Toma Petkov 1:25.12, time drop 1.03, 6. Ale Suarez Cabrera 1:29.11, 8. Rafael Naranjo 1:3.88, time drop 3.26, 9. Michael Barber 1:34.13, time drop 2.85, 10. Gabriel Ferrer 1:34.75, time drop 3.13.

100-yard freestyle relay:
10-and-under, 1. SOFLO B 1:05.58, 2. SOFLO A 1:05.77, 3. SOFLO D 1:08.60.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com
http://www.swim4soflo.com