SOFLO’s Maddie Smutny Wins On Final Day Of Southern Zone Age Group Championships; Florida Gold Coast All-Stars Finish Eighth


By SHARON ROBB

CARY, N.C., August 3, 2019—Maddie Smutny of South Florida Aquatic Club saved her best for last on the final day of the Southern Zone Age Group Championships Saturday at Triangle Aquatic Center.

The Florida Gold Coast All-Star, seeded second in the 13-14 200-meter butterfly in 2:24.81 after morning prelims, won the event in a lifetime-best 2:20.44 with a time drop of 2.06. Her previous best was 2:22.50. Her splits were 1:09.14 and 1:11.30 coming home.

It was the 14-year-old’s first victory of the meet. Smutny finished with 12 points.

SOFLO teammate Alejandro Mateus, 14, finished the meet with a fourth place in the 200-meter butterfly in 2:16.57 with a time drop of 1.70. He was also 20th in the 200-meter individual medley with an 0.14 time drop. Mateus finished with five points.

Early leader North Carolina clinched team titles in combined (944.5), men’s (456.5) and women’s (488) for the sweep. Florida Swimming was runner-up in combined with 791 points and Team Georgia was third with 745.

Florida Gold Coast Zone Team All-Stars was eighth out of 13 teams with 229 points, ninth among men’s teams with 120.5 and eighth among women’s teams with 108.5.

SATURDAY RESULTS
COMBINED TEAM TOTALS:
1. North Carolina 944.5, 2. Florida Swimming 791, 3. Team Georgia 745, 4. South Carolina 533.5, 5. South Texas Swimming 440.5, 8. Florida Gold Coast 229.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 456.5, 2. Florida Swimming 408.5, 3. Team Georgia 362, 4. South Texas 247.5, 5. South Carolina 211.5, 9. Florida Gold Coast 120.5.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 456.5, 2. Florida Swimming 408.5, 3. Team Georgia 362, 4. South Texas 247.5, 5. South Carolina 211.5, 9. Florida Gold Coast 120.5.

GIRLS

200-meter individual medley:
11-12, 1. Nicole Zettel, NCS 2:22.98; 13-14, 1. Sasha Dauletau, STX 2:25.92; 15-18, 1. Tailyn Schaufelberger, STX 2:24.13.

50-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Vivian Anderson, NTX 27.99; FGC: 4. Sidney Anton 28.52, time drop 0.26; 13-14, 1. Lillie Nesty, FL 27.24; 15-18, 1. Alexandra Wayne, GA 27.04.

50-meter butterfly:
11-12, 1. Kathryn Monville, NCS 30.41.

200-meter butterfly:
13-14, 1. Maddie Smutny, FGC/SOFLO 2:20.44, time drop 4.37; FGC: 8. Mariana Cote 2:31.62; 15-18, 1. Payton Smith, GA 2:23.04.

200-meter freestyle relay:
11-12, 1. North Carolina 1:53.42, 6. Florida Gold Coast 1:57.88 (Abbie Sargent, Bianca Nieto, Emma Herrera, Sidney Anton); 13-14, 1. South Carolina 1:49.86, 4. Florida Gold Coast 1:52.40 (Logan Zielinski, Mariana Cote, Nicol Bellardi, Michelle Fernandez); 15-18, 1. South Carolina 1:48.76.

BOYS

200-meter individual medley:
11-12, 1. Maximus Williamson, NTX 2:22.55; 13-14, 1. Luca Oliva, FL 2:14.94; 15-18, 1. Lucas Thomas, KY 2:08.51.

50-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Wells Cloud, SC 26.86; FGC: 6. Riley Brisco 27.44; 13-14, 1. Michael Robinson, MS 24.24; 15-18, 1. Nicholas Eunice, FL 24.30.

50-meter butterfly:
11-12, 1. Wells Cloud, SC 29.22.

200-meter butterfly:
13-14, 1. Anderson Brown, STX 2:09.09; FGC: 4. Alejandro Mateus 2:16.57, time drop 0.99; 15-18, 1. Conley Savage, STX 2:09.16.

200-meter freestyle relay:
11-12, 1. North Carolina 1:48.38, 5. Florida Gold Coast 1:53.44 (Giulian Martin, Julian Lezcano, Lucas Bailey, Riley Brisco); 13-14, 1. South Texas 1:40.38, 7. Florida Gold COast 1:43.16 (Dylan Smiley, Daniel Givskov, Chase Foulds, Agustin Rodriguez); 15-18, 1. Florida Swimming 1:39.92.

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

Florida Gold Coast All-Star Hudson Bishop Wins On Day Four Of Southern Zone Age Group Championships


By SHARON ROBB

CARY, N.C., August 2, 2019—Maddie Smutny of South Florida Aquatic Club turned in another Top 15 finish on Day Four of the Southern Zone Age Group Championships Friday at Triangle Aquatic Center.

Smutny, 14, was eleventh in the 400-meter freestyle in 4:39.90. She was also a member of FGC’s tenth place 13-14 200-meter medley relay team in 2:07.03 with teammates Meghan Perez, Michelle Fernandez and Logan Zielinski.

SOFLO teammate Alejandro Mateus, 14, was 18th in the 100-meter backstroke in 1:05.86.

Florida Gold Coast had its first individual winner. Hudson Bishop, 14, of East Coast Aquatic Club won the 13-14 100-meter backstroke in 1:00.38, a best time with a 0.75 time drop.

FGC teammate Dylan Smiley of Miami Country Day Aquatics was second in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:10.16.

Bishop, Smiley, Agustin Rodriguez and Daniel Givskov were members of the fourth place 200-meter medley relay that finished fourth in 1:53.80.

FRIDAY RESULTS
COMBINED TEAM TOTALS
: 1. North Carolina 701.5, 2. Florida Swimming 593, 3. Team Georgia 549, 4. South Carolina 332.5, 5. North Texas Zone 308, 8. Florida Gold Coast 168.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 316.5, 2. Florida Swimming 273.5, 3. Team Georgia 261, 4. South Texas 141.5, 5. North Texas Zone 136, 9. Florida Gold Coast 84.5.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 345, 2. Florida Swimming 269.5, 3. Team Georgia 264, 4. South Carolina 203, 5. North Texas Zone 162, 8. Florida Gold Coast 71.5.

GIRLS

100-meter backstroke:
11-12, 1. Nicole Zettel, NCS 1:07.34; FGC: 7. Carolyn Powell 1:11.70; 13-14, 1. Kat Woodall, KY 1:05.18; 15-18, 1. Susan Mumford, NCS 1:05.78.

100-meter breaststroke:
11-12, 1. Seanna Muhitch, NTX 1:15.84; FGC: 5. Bianca Nieto 1:19.57, time drop 1.35, 7. Abbie Sargent 1:20.24, time drop 1.70; 13-14, 1. Delaney Franklin, SC 1:15.11; FGC: 5. Michelle Fernandez 1:16.64; 15-18, 1. Isabella Gaskey, NCS 1:15.79.

400-meter freestyle:
13-14, 1. Cadence Fort, FL 4:25.53; FGC: 4. Mariana Cote 4:32.79; 15-18, 1. MaKayla Ciancanelli, NCS 4:31.10.

200-meter medley relay:
11-12, 1. North Texas Zone 2:05.91, Florida Gold Coast, DQ; 13-14, 1. Florida Swimming 2:02.17, 10. Florida Gold Coast 2:07.03 (Meghan Perez, Michelle Fernandez, Maddie Smutny, Logan Zielinski); 15-18, 1. North Carolina 2:02.47.

BOYS

100-meter backstroke:
11-12, 1. Maximus Williamson, NTX 1:04.41; 13-14, 1. Hudson Bishop, FGC 1:00.38; 15-18, 1. Nicholas Eunice, FL 58.67.

100-meter breaststroke:
11-12, 1. John McNamara, FL 1:13.59; FGC: 5. Giulian Martin 1:14.99; 13-14, 1. Will Heck, FL 1:07.76; FGC: 2. Dylan Smiley 1:10.16, 7. Chase Foulds 1:11.06, time drop 2.14; 15-18, 1. Jackson Bates, GA 1:07.30.

400-meter freestyle:
13-14, 1. Luis Junqueira, FL 4:12.58; FGC: 3. Agustin Rodriguez 4:13.48, time drop 0.51; 15-18, 1. Nicholas Caruso, FL 4:11.92.

200-meter medley relay:
11-12, 1. North Carolina 2:00.13, 6. Florida Gold Coast 2:07.16 (Riley Brisco, Giulian Martin, Lucas Bailey, Julian Lezcano); 13-14, 1. South Texas 1:52.93, 4. Florida Gold Coast 1:53.80 (Hudson Bishop, Dylan Smiley, Agustin Rodriguez, Daniel Givskov); 15-18, 1. Florida Swimming 1:50.85.

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

SOFLO’s Schleicher, Bono, Relays Open Action At USA Swimming Futures Championships


By Sharon Robb

GREENSBORO, N.C., August 2, 2019—The USA Swimming Futures Championships got under way Thursday with South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers getting in some early action at Greensboro Aquatic Center.

Mallory Schleicher, 15, was 17th in the 800-meter freestyle in 9:08.38.

Dominic Bono, 16, was 45th in the 1500-meter freestyle in 17:13.84.

SOFLO’s A relay of Schleicher, Elena Dinehart, Paige Lane and Olivia Dinehart finished 12th in thr 800-meter freestyle relay in 8:43.98.

SOFLO’s boys 800-meter freestyle relay of Juan Mora, Juan Pablo Pineda, Robert Wilson and Miguel Sierra was 17th in 8:11.49.

THURSDAY RESULTS
GIRLS

800-meter freestyle:
1. Madison Murtagh, GSLA 8:55.06, 2. Stella Grace Watts, ATAC 8:55.86, 3. Addison Sauickie, SYS 8:56.73; SOFLO: 17. Mallory Schleicher 9:08.38, time drop 0.07.

800-meter freestyle relay:
1. Sarasota Sharks 8:28.63, 2. Blue Dolfins 8:29.45, 3. Tac Titans 8:31.98, 10. Pine Crest 8:42.61, 12. South Florida Aquatic Club A 8:43.98 (Mallory Schleicher, Elena Dinehart, Paige Lane, Olivia Dinehart).

BOYS

1500-meter freestyle:
1. Lance Norris, Unattached 15:45.60, 2. Grant Davis, GOLD 15:47.81, 3. Andrew Jordan, CMSA 15:52.72; SOFLO: 45. Dominic Bono 17:13.84.

800-meter freestyle relay:
1. Sarasota 7:43.72, 2. TAC Titans 7:46.16, 3. Marlins of Raleigh 7:46.96, 17. South Florida Aquatic Club 8:11.49 (Juan Mora, Juan Pablo Pineda, Robert Wilson, Miguel Sierra).

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

SOFLO’s Smutny Finishes Sixth On Day Three Of Southern Zone Age Group Championships


By SHARON ROBB

CARY, N.C., August 2, 2019—Maddie Smutny came up big for the Florida Gold Coast All-Stars Thursday at the Southern Zone Age Group Championships at Triangle Aquatic Center.

The 14-year-old South Florida Aquatic Club Shark was sixth in the 400-meter indivudual medley in a best time 5:15.07 with a time drop of 2.79 seconds.

Alejandro Mateus, 14, was 14th in the 400-meter individual medley in a best time 4:59.41 with a 2.89 time drop. He was also 21st in the 200-meter backstroke in 2:23.62, another best time with a 0.58 time drop.

THURSDAY RESULTS
COMBINED TEAM TOTALS:
1. North Carolina 554.5, 2. Florida Swimming 434.5, 3. Team Georgia 432, 4. South Carolina 243, 5. South Texas 231, 8. Florida Gold Coast 109.5.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 250.5, 2. Team Georgia 209, 3. Florida Swimming 192.5, 4. South Texas 115, 5. North Texas 101, 9. Florida Gold Coast 50.5.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 264, 2. Team Georgia 199, 3. Florida Swimming 192, 4. South Carolina 142, 5. North Texas 113, 8. Florida Gold Coast 47.

GIRLS

200-meter backstroke:
13-14, 1. Ella Menear. WV 2:22.02; FGC: 8. Nicol Bellardi 2:30.55; 15-18, 1. Susan Mumford, NCS 2:20.16.

50-meter backstroke:
11-12, 1. Nicole Zettel, NCS 31.63.

100-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Ellery Eward, NCS 1:00.46; FGC: 8. Sidney Anton 1:03.12; 13-14, 1. Jenna Jacobs, NCS 59.38; FGC: 6. Mariana Cole 1:00.24; 15-18, 1. Amy Riordan, GA 59.45.

400-meter individual medley:
13-14, 1. Caroline Riggs, WV 5:03.21; FGC: 6. Maddie Smutny 5:15.07, 2.79 time drop; 15-18, 1. Ava Westfall, GA 5:11.56.

400-meter freestyle relay:
11-12, 1. North Carolina 4:05.13, 5. Florida Gold Coast 4:12.02 (Emma Herrera, Abbie Sargent, Ella Bailey, Sidney Anton); 13-14, 1. Florida Swimming 3:59.93, 7. Florida Gold Coast 4:07.05 (Mariana Cote, Logan Zielinski, Michelle Fernandez, Nicol Bellardi); 15-18, 1. South Carolina 3:58.84.

BOYS

200-meter backstroke:
13-14, 1. Alden Ihrig, SC 2:10.61; FGC: 5. Hudson Bishope 2:15.19, time drop 0.69; 15-18, 1. Bruce Kenner, WV 2:09.27.

50-meter backstroke:
11-12, 1. Wells Cloud, SC 30.36.

100-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Wells Cloud, SC 57.76; 13-14, 1. Michael Robinson, MS 53.43; 15-18, 1. Nicholas Eunice, FL 53.40.

400-meter individual medley:
13-14, 1. Jason Wang, SES 4:44.73; 15-18, 1. Matthew Shanahan, NCS 4:42.24.

400-meter freestyle relay:
11-12, 1. North Texas 3:58.74, 8. Florida Gold Coast 4:12.31 (Lucas Bailey, Julian Lezcano, Giulian Martin, Riley Brisco); 13-14, 1. North Carolina 3:40.90, 5. Florida Gold Coast 3:44.65 (Mason Taylor, Chase Foulds, Daniel Givskov, Agustin Rodriguez); 15-18, 1. Florida Swimming 3:38.23.

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

SOFLO’s Smutny, Florida Gold Coast Opens Action In Southern Zone Age Group Championships


By SHARON ROBB

CARY, N.C., July 30, 2019—The Florida Gold Coast All-Stars opened racing on Tuesday at the Southern Zone Age Group Championships Tuesday at Triangle Aquatic Center.

South Florida Aquatic Club’s Maddie Smutny, 14, came up with a nice time drop in the 800-meter freestyle. She was 14th in a lifetime-best 9:35.23, shaving 9.91 off her previous best of 9:45.14.

Florida Gold Coast’s best finish was third place in the 11-12 mixed 200-meter medley relay in 2:05.71 with Carolyn Levy Powell, Giulian Martin, Sidney Anton and Lucas Bailey.

North Carolina Swimming took the early lead in the combined, boys and girls team standings.

The meet continues Wednesday with prelims at 9 a.m. and finals at 5:30 p.m.

TUESDAY RESULTS
COMBINED TEAM TOTALS:
1. North Carolina 87, 2. Florida Swimming 84, 3. Team Georgia 62, 4. South Texas 38, 5. South Carolina 37, 9. Florida Gold Coast 20.

BOYS TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 18, 2. Florida Swimming, South Texas, Team Georgia, 16, 5. North Texas 15, 10. Florida Gold Coast 2.

GIRLS TEAM TOTALS: 1. North Carolina 29, 2. Team Georgia 22, 3. Florida Swimming 18, 4. West Virginia 14, 5. North Texas, South Carolina 11, 7. Florida Gold Coast 6.

GIRLS

400-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Nicole Zettel, NCS 4:34.00; FGC: 7. Emma Herrera 4:40.09, time drop 1.94, 17. Ella Bailey 4:55.61, 21. Samantha Schoenborn 4:59.09.

800-meter freestyle:
13-14, 1. Cadence Fort, FL 9:04.92; FGC: 5. Mariana Cote Dahdah 9:23.72, 14. Maddie Smutny, SOFLO 9:35.23, time drop 9.91, 15. Rylie Barnhardt 9:35.89, time drop 7.24; 15-18, 1. Sydney Scalise, GA 9:24.98.

Mixed 200-meter medley relay:
11-12: 1. North Carolina 2:01.28, 2. Florida Swimming 2:05.71, 3. Florida Gold Coast 2:05.74 (Carolyn Levy Powell, Giulian Martin, Sidney Anton, Lucas Bailey); 13-14, 1. Florida Swimming 1:56.38, 2. South Carolina 1:56.56, 3. South Texas 1:56.70, Florida Gold Coast DQ; 15-18, 1. Florida Swimming 1:55.09, 2. Team Georgia 1:56.45, 3. North Carolina 1:57.25.

BOYS

400-meter freestyle:
11-12, 1. Maximus Williamson, NTX 4:25.12; FGC: 8. Alessandro Pereira 4:37.08, time drop 0.09, 11. Riley Brisco 4:39.82, 24. Julian Lezcano 4:58.69.

1500-meter freestyle:
13-14, 1. Willi Dunlap, NCS 16:40.68; FGC: 8. Mason Taylor 17:11.50, time drop 0.32, 17. Marcelo Mansur 17:44.37, time drop 8.80; 15-18, 1. Nicholas Caruso, FL 16:43.98.

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

South Florida Aquatic Club Swimmers Hit The Road For Top-Caliber Swim Meets Across The Nation


By Sharon Robb

PEMBROKE PINES, July 30, 2019—The hard work and fast swims paid off for South Florida Aquatic Club enjoying the best summer in club history.

SOFLO qualified a record eighteen swimmers for various meets across the nation that begin Tuesday night.

Over the next two weeks, the championship season continues for SOFLO in four USA Swimming meets from North Carolina to California.

SOUTHERN ZONES

SOFLO’s Maddie Smutny, 14, and Alejandro Mateus, 14, will compete with several Florida Gold Coast All-Stars at the USA Swimming Southern Zone Age Group Championships at Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary, N.C. Tuesday through Aug. 3.

The field features 13 zones including Florida Gold Coast and Florida Swimming.

The meet features prelims and finals except for Tuesday which has timed finals in the 400-, 800- and 1500-meter freestyles and 200-meter medley relays. Swimmers ages 11-18 qualified for one of USA Swimming’s prestigious meets.

SENIOR NATIONALS

SOFLO’s Kathleen Golding and Mary Smutny will flex their muscles at the Phillips 66 National Championships Avery Aquatic Center in Stanford, Calif. Wednesday through Aug. 4. Each will swim in four events.

Golding, headed to University of Florida in the fall, will compete in the 100-meter freestyle (Wednesday), 400-meter individual medley (Aug. 2), 400-meter freestyle (Aug. 3) and 200-meter individual medley Aug. 4).

Smutny, bound for University of Texas this fall, will swim the 200-meter butterfly (July 31), 200-meter freestyle (Aug. 1), 100-meter butterfly (Aug. 2) and 400-meter freestyle (Aug. 3).

FUTURES CHAMPIONSHIPS

Twelve SOFLO swimmers will compete in the Aug. 1-4 USA Futures Championships, Greensboro, N.C.

Representing SOFLO are Gaby Banks, Dominic Bono, Elena Dinehart, Olivia Dinehart, Molly Golding, Paige Lane, Juan Pablo Pineda, Rafael Rodriguez, Mallory Schleicher, Miguel Sierra, Juan Mora and Robert Wilson.

The Futures series was launched in 2015, and in 2016 was expanded from three to four regions. The event was designed to add another stepping stone to the developmental pathway between Sectional Championships (which fall roughly along LSC boundaries) and Junior National Championships.

JUNIOR NATIONALS

SOFLO will have two swimmers in the Aug. 8-10 USA Swimming Speedo Junior National Championships, also at Avery Aquatic Center at Stanford, Calif.

The qualifiers are Lance Lesage in the 200-meter backstroke (Aug. 7) and 100-meter backstroke (Aug. 9) and Rafael Rodriguez in the 200-meter backstroke (Aug. 7) and 100-meter backstroke (Aug. 9).

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

SOFLO Captures 15-16 Combined, Boys Team Titles At Florida Gold Coast Senior Championships


By Sharon Robb

CORAL SPRINGS, July 29, 2019—South Florida Aquatic Club continued its winning ways on the final day of the Florida Gold Coast Senior Long Course Championships Sunday at the Michael Lohberg Pool of Champions.

SOFLO won the 15-16 combined and boys team titles. The 15-16 boys finished first with 300 points ahead of Azura with 220. The 15-16 girls were eighth with 145. SOFLO finished with 445 combined points.

Two-time defending champion Azura Florida Aquatics three-peated to win the overall meet title with 1,290 points. Metro Aquatics was second with 1,084 and Gulliver was third with 1,016.50.

SOFLO finished sixth overall in the combined team scores among a field of 39 Florida Gold Coast teams with 724 points.

Among SOFLO’s Top 10 on the final day were:

John Paul Handal, 16, 200-meter individual medley, fourth 2:17.19,, time drop 2.98.

Juan Colmenares, 15, 100-meter backstroke, fifth, 1:02.92; 200-meter individual medley, seventh, 2:18.58.

Michael Arias, 16, 50-meter freestyle, fifth, 24.53.

Sarah Acevedo, 15, 200-meter individual medley, seventh, 2:35.72.

Hailey Jerew, 18, 50-meter freestyle, ninth, 27.40.

Alana Deo, 15, 100-meter breaststroke, tenth, 1:21.10, time drop 3.10.

SOFLO’s 400-meter medley relay was ninth in 4:44.96 with Jena Legaspi, Sophia Grubbs, Sarah Acevedo and Hailey Jerew.

SOFLO had 45 swimmers in 191 individual events and 18 relays.

SUNDAY RESULTS
COMBINED TEAM TOTALS
: 1. Azura Florida Aquatics 1,290, 2. Metro Aquatics 1,084, 3. Gulliver 1,016.50, 4. TS Aquatics 924.50, 5. East Coast Aquatic Club 749, 6. South Florida Aquatic Club 724, 7. Pine Crest Swimming 646, 8. St. Andrew’s 629, 9. Jupiter Dragons 561.50, 10. Wahoos of Wellington 533.

15-16 COMBINED TEAM TOTALS:
1. South Florida Aquatic Club 445, 2. Gulliver Swim Club 401.50, 3. Jupiter 395, 4. Pine Crest 377.50, 5. Wahoos of Wellington 332, 6. T2 Aquatics 312, 7. City of Hialeah 260, 8. Azura 257, 9. FAST 246, 10. TS Aquatics 241.50.

17-&-OVER COMBINED TEAM TOTALS:
1. Azura Florida Aquatics 619, 2. Metro Aquatics 385, 3. East Coast 370, 4. TS Aquatics 343, 5. Pine Crest 268.50, 6. St. Andrew’s Aquatics 258.50, 7. Gulliver 237, 8. NSU 202, 9. Boca Raton Swim Team 182.50, 10. Westminster Academy 165.

GIRLS TEAM TOTALS:
15-16, 1. Gulliver Swim Club 288.50, 2. Pine Crest Swimming 260.50, 3. T2 Aquatics 256, 4. Wahoos of Wellington 252, 5. Jupiter Dragons 2121, 6. TS Aquatics 189.50, 7. East Coast 153, 8. South Florida Aquatic Club 145, 9. City of Hialeah 117, 10. North Palm Beach 84.

17-and-over, 1. East Coast Aquatic Club 346, 2. Azura 232, 3. St. Andrew’s 167.50, 4. Pine Crest 158.50, 5. TS Aquatics 144, 6. North Palm Beach 124, 7. Westminster Academy 100, 8. Golden Panther Aquatics 96, 9. Nova Southeastern 87, 10. Gulliver 85.

BOYS TEAM TOTALS:
15-16, 1. South Florida Aquatic Club 300, 2. Azura 220, 3. FAST 188, 4. Jupiter 183, 5. City of Hialeah 143, 6. Metro Aquatics 130, Coral Springs 130, 8. North Palm Beach 122.50, 9. Pine Crest 117, 10. Gulliver 113.

17-and-over, 1. Azura 387, 2. Metro Aquatics 330, 3. TS Aquatics 199, 4. Boca Raton Swim Team 167.50, 5. Gulliver 152, 6. NSU 115, 7. Pine Crest 110, 8. St. Andrew’s 91, 9. Wahoos of Wellington 89, 10. Jupiter 72.50.

GIRLS
200-meter medley relay:
1. East Coast Aquatic 1:59.93, 2. Azura 2:02.87, 3. Westminster Academy 2:04.06, 13. SOFLO A 2:10.60 (Lucy Smutny, Sophia Grubbs, Sarah Acevedo, Hailey Jerew), 15. SOFLO B 2:11.54 (Jena Legaspi, Alana Deo, Jennamarie Brames, Naomi Eaton).

100-meter backstroke:
15-16, 1. Megan Murphy, ECAC 1:06.18, 2. Elia Gates, ECAC 1:08.30, 3. Mason Zilch, JUP 1:09.67; SOFLO: 11. Jena Legaspi 1:11.92, time drop 0.34, 12. Lucy Smutny 1:11.95, time drop 4.89; Open, 1. Anne Fletcher, FAST 1:06.07, 2. Madison Cummings, ECAC 1:06.43, 3. Marta Tassara, Unattached 1:06.80.

50-meter butterfly:
15-16, 1. Heidi Smithwick, JUP 28.17, 2. Emiliana Vivas, MWA 28.96, 3. Brooke Boling, T2 29.30; Open, 1. Victoria Fonville, WA 27.62, 2. Madison Cummings, ECAC 28.32, 3. Delaney Biro, TSA 28.57.

100-meter breaststroke:
15-16, 1. Heidi Smithwick, JUP 1:14.71, 2. Paige Maceachern, PCS 1:14.74, 3. Anna Auld, ECAC 1:16.53; SOFLO: 10. Alana Deo 1:21.10, time drop 3.10; Open, 1. Cailey Friel, NSU 1:13.73, 2. Paola Gonzalez, MAC 1:15.02, 3. Stephanie Suarez, MAC 1:16.61; SOFLO: 12. Hailey Jerew 1:18.82, 13. Sophia Grubbs 1:18.94.

50-meter freestyle:
15-16, 1. Heidi Smithwick, JUP 26.47, 2. Claudia Acosta, HSC 26.95, 3. Brooke Boling, T2 27.00; Open, 1. Victoria Fonville, WA 26.06, 2. Rachel Botting, PCS 26.49, 3. Delaney Biro, TSA 27.34; SOFLO: 9. Hailey Jerew 27.40.

200-meter individual medley:
15-16, 1. Nicole Aguilar, WOW 2:28.26, 2. Giulianna Garcia, TSA 2:29.12, 3. Adriana Goodwing, PCS 2:30.22; SOFLO: 7. Sarah Acevedo 2:35.72; Open, 1. Eriana Temperino, ECAC 2:23.40, 2. Alexa Rivera, ECAC 2:23.84, 3. Adrianna Barone, SAS 2:27.75; SOFLO: 16. Naomi Eaton 2:41.35.

1500-meter freestyle:
1. Rachel Whitaker, GPA 18:10.13, 2. Faith Mutschler, WOW 18:11.66, 3. Lydia Lanahan, TSA 18:11.88.

400-meter medley relay:
1. East Coast 4:31.13, 2. Azura 4:31.55, 3. Gulliver 4:33.39, 9. SOFLO A 4:44.96 (Jena Legaspi, Sophia Grubbs, Sarah Acevedo, Hailey Jerew), 12. SOFLO B 4:49.81 (Jennamarie Brames, Alana Deo, Lucy Smutny, Naomi Eaton).

BOYS

200-meter medley relay:
1. Azura 1:47.16, 2. Metro Aquatics A 1:48.53, 3. Metro Aquatics B 1:49.09, 18. SOFLO A 1:57.24 (Juan Colmenares, John Paul Handal, Nicolas Munoz, Michael Arias), 24. SOFLO B 2:01.38 (Manuel Melendez, Alex Golding, Christian Vasquez, Brennan Binder).

100-meter backstroke:
15-16, 1. Raphael Santos, PCS 59.49, 2. Alex Marrero, Azura 1:00.47, 3. Luca Lesentier, EA 1:01.64; SOFLO: 5. Juan Colmenares 1:02.92, 12. Nicolas Munoz 1:05.73; Open, 1. Boleck Depawlikowski, MAC 59.63, 2. Juan Zapata, Azura 1:00.70, 3. Jose Diaz, PC 1:01.49.

50-meter butterfly:
15-16, 1. Varis Monroe, NPB 25.73, 2. Caleb Patranchuk, JUP 25.74, 3. Ryan Nordheim, SAS 25.74; Open, 1. Anthony Barbar, WA 24.84, 2. Yhonny Rios, TSA 24.93, 3. Sidrell Williams, Azura 25.20.

100-meter breaststroke:
15-16, 1. Raphael Windmuller, NMST 1:03.62, 2. Jose Hermida, MAC 1:07.42, 3. Victor Valdes, HSC 1:08.08; Open, 1. Marcelo Lauzurique, Unattached 1:05.43, 2. Teolio Darias, GRSC 1:06.25, 3. Brandon Moran, Azura 1:06.88.

50-meter freestyle:
15-16, 1. Varis Monroe, NPB 23.65, 2. Raphael Santos, PC 23.78, 3. Caleb Petranchuk, JUP 24.35; SOFLO: 5. Michael Arias 24.53; Open, 1. Philippe Marcoux, SFTL 23.56, 2. Andrew Garcia, Unattached 23.69, 3. Carlos Bernotti, BRST 23.84.

200-meter individual medley:
15-16, 1. Jose Hermida, MAC 2:13.10, 2. Javier Roman, Azura 2:16.71, 3. Philip Moldovanu, WOW 2:16,76; SOFLO: 4. John Paul Handal 2:17.19, time drop 2.98, 7. Juan Colmenares 2:18.58, 12. Nicolas Munoz 2:20.12, time drop 4.39; Open, 1. Ricardo Martinez, SAS 2:06.03, 2. Samuel Brettmann, NSU 2:07.89, 3. Juan Zapata, Azura 2:11.03.

1500-meter freestyle:
1. Nicolas Gallego, JUP 16:36.14, 2. Caleb Fell, Unattached 16:42.99, 3. Bernardo Abascal, NSU 16:45.88; SOFLO: 12. Leonardo Mateus 17:18.98.

400-meter medley relay:
1. Azura 3:54.67, 2. Metro Aquatics A 3:54.77, 3. Metro Aquatics B 4:01.70, 14. SOFLO A 4:20.16 (Juan Colmenares, John Paul Handal, Nicolas Munoz, Michael Arias) 17. SOFLO B 4:29.22 (Manuel Melendez, Alex Golding, Christian Vasquez, Brennan Binder).

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