SOFLO Swimmers Ready For This Week’s Southern Zone South Sectional Championships

By Sharon Robb

GAINESVILLE, July 10, 2018—The championship season continues Thursday for the South Florida Aquatic Club Sharks.

After months of training and competing in local meets, SOFLO’s talented swimmers have a packed schedule of top meets in July and August.

First up is the Speedo Championship Series Southern Zone South Sectional Championships that begin Thursday at University of Florida’s O’Connell Center Pool.

After this week’s four-day meet there is the July 18-21 FGC Junior Olympics, July 26-28 FGC Senior Championships and Aug. 1-4 USA Swimming Futures Championships.

Mary Smutny, Kathleen Golding, Lance Lesage and Rafael Rodriguez lead SOFLO’s 23-swimmer contingent at sectionals. SOFLO will also field 24 relay teams.

Smutny, 18, will swim five events: 50-meter butterfly, 50-meter freestyle, 400-meter freestyle, 200-meter butterfly and 100-meter freestyle.

Golding, 18, will swim five events: 50-meter backstroke, 400-meter individual medley, 50-meter freestyle, 400- and 800-meter freestyle.

Lesage, 16, will swim six events: 200-meter freestyle, 50-meter backstroke, 100-meter backstroke, 50-meter freestyle, 100-meter freestyle and 200-meter backstroke.

Rodriguez, 17, will swim six events: 800-meter freestyle, 100-meter butterfly, 400-meter individual medley, 200-meter individual medley, 400-meter freestyle and 200-meter butterfly.

Other SOFLO qualifiers are: Sarah Acevedo, 15, Dominic Bono, 16, Marco Cabrera Duarte, 18, Juan Colmenares, 15, Molly Golding, 16, Sally Golding, 15, Kelley Heron, 19, Philopatier Ibrahim, 16, Paige Lane, 16, Sebastian Lares, 15, Jacqueline Lugo, 17, Leonardo Mateus, 17, Juan Pablo Pineda, 17, Sara Quintero, 15, Mallory Schleicher, 15, Miguel Sierra, 16, and Robert Wilson, 16.

Alex Golding, 15, and Alejandro Mateus, 14, will swim relays only.

In addition to SOFLO, other top teams entered are host and defending champion Gator Swim Club, Bolles, Sarasota YMCA, Azura, Gulliver Swim Club, Club Seminole, Westminster Academy, Trinity Prep, Metro Aquatics, Swim Florida, Highlander and Hurricane Aquatics.

Among top elite swimmers entered are Santiago Corredor, Andrea D’Arrigo, Marco Guarente, Evita Leter and Corey Main.

At last year’s event, SOFLO finished fifth (1,050 points) among combined teams behind host Gator Swim Club (3,007), Bolles (1,453), East Coast Aquatic Club (1,169) and Swim Florida (1,061) among 60 teams. SOFLO men finished fourth (481) and women (491) were fifth.

The Speedo Sectionals Series showcases some of the top swimming talent across the U.S. The series has several stops in various zones.


What: 2019 Speedo Championship Series: Southern Zone South Sectional Championships, LCM

When: Thursday-Sunday

Schedule: Thursday, timed finals 5 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, prelims 9 a.m., finals 5 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. prelims, finals 4 p.m.

Where: University of Florida, Stephen O’Connell Center Pool, 250 Gale Lemerand Drive, Gainesville.

Of note: Gator Swim Club is hosting the four-day meet. The tournament was capped at 650 swimmers. Admission is $5. For more information call 352-338-9300.

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Kathleen Golding Top SOFLO Finisher On Day Three Of Southern Zone South Sectional Championships

By Sharon Robb

GAINESVILLE, July 8, 2018—Kathleen Golding was South Florida Aquatic Club’s top finisher on Day Three of the Speedo Champions Series Southern Zone South Sectional Championships Sunday at University of Florida’s O’Connell Center Pool in Gainesville.

Golding, 17, was second in the 200-meter individual medley in 2:18.34 behind future Cal Bear Isabel Ivey in 2:17.47. It is her highest finish of the meet. She was also 11th in the 50-meter freestyle in 27.05. Golding has 97 points.

The only other SOFLO girl swimmer to finish in the Top 10 was Jessica Rodriguez, 19, sixth in the 50-meter breaststroke in 35.19. She has 46 points.

SOFLO’s top boys’ finisher Lance Lesage, 15, was eighth in the 100-meter backstroke in 1:02.09 with a time drop of 0.59. He has 42 points.

SOFLO’s women’s 400-meter medley relay was fifth in 4:31.64 with Kelley Heron, Jessica Rodriguez, Kathleen Golding and Paige Lane.

In the most exciting race of the evening between Florida Gold Coast swimmers, Davion Conley, 21, of Westminster Academy outsprinted Azura’s 21-year-old Marco Guarente, 28.63-28.67.

After three days, SOFLO is fifth in combined with 881 points. Host Gator Swim Club has already clinched the combined team title with 2,456 points. East Coast Aquatic Club is the highest Florida Gold Coast team, third with 1,007 points.

SOFLO is fourth among men’s teams with 413 points and fifth among women’s teams with 390. Gator Swim Club leads both categories with more than 1,000 points.

In addition to SOFLO, other top teams entered are host Gator Swim Club, Bolles, Sarasota YMCA Sharks, AquaKids Sharks, Gulliver Swim Club, Club Seminole, Westminster Academy, Trinity Prep, Metro Aquatics, Swim Florida, Highlander and Hurricane Aquatics.

The Speedo Sectionals Series display some of the top swimming talent across the U.S. The series has several stops in various zones. The full results can be found on Meet Mobile which has improved its speed on posting results. The four-day meet concludes Monday with prelims and finals.


COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 2,456, 2. Bolles 1,227, 3. East Coast Aquatic 1,007.5, 4. Swim Florida 922.5, 5. South Florida Aquatic Club 881.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 1,010, 2. Bolles 623, 3. Metro Aquatics 584, 4. SOFLO 413, 5. Westminster Academy 354.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 1,274, 2. East Coast Aquatic 610.5, 3. Bolles 604, 4. Swim Florida 556.5, 5. SOFLO 390.


100-meter backstroke:
1. Isabel Ivey, Unattached 1:02.25, 2. Caitlin Brooks, GSC 1:03.02, 3. Emma Ball, GSC 1:03.71; SOFLO: 15. Kelley Heron 1:07.58.

50-meter breaststroke:
1. Nicole Hunnewell, GPA 33.35, 2. Evita Leter, MAC 33.39, 3. Ryan Flynn, ECAC 34.63; SOFLO: 6. Jessica Rodriguez 35.19, 14. Jennifer Rordiguez 35.65, 23. Molly Golding 36.54.

50-meter butterfly:
1. Grace Redding, SWIM 27.32, 2. Talia Bates, GSC 27.40, 3. Letizia Bertelli, GPA 27.56; SOFLO: 19. Paige Lane 29.57, time drop 0.24.

200-meter individual medley:
1. Isabel Ivey, Unattached 2:17.47, 2. Kathleen Golding, SOFLO 2:18.34, 3. Olivia McMurray, SWIM 2:18.66.

50-meter freestyle:
1. Isabella Garofalo, GSC 26.41, 2. Mary Smutny, AKS 26.50, 3. Chloe Grimme, PS 26.51; SOFLO: 11. Kathleen Golding 27.05.

400-meter freestyle:
1. Kensey McMahon, Bolles 4:16.07, 2. Emma Weyant, SYS 4:17.28, 3. Olivia McMurray, SWIM 4:17.48.

400-meter medley relay:
1. Gator Swim Club 4:18.58 (Caitlin Brooks, Juliana Lopez, Talia Bates. Sydney King), 2. East Coast Aquatic 4:24.58, 3. Swim Florida 4:26.02, 5. SOFLO A 4:31.64 (Kelley Heron, Jessica Rodriguez, Kathleen Golding, Paige Lane).


100-meter backstroke:
1. Ethan Beach, QSTS 56.80, 2. Miguel Cancel, AKS 57.93, 3.Dakota Mahaffey, Bolles 58.16; SOFLO: 8. Lance Lesage 1:02.09, time drop 0.59, 23. Ricardo Roche 1:03.96.

50-meter breaststroke:
1. Davion Conley, WA 28.63, 2. Marco Guarente, Azura 28.67, 3. Jared Pike, PS 29.30; SOFLO: 12. Marc Rojas 31.07, 13. Juan Pineda 31.24, time drop 0.92, 26. Samuel Quintero 32.16.

50-meter butterfly:
1. Jan Switkowski, GSC 24.37, 2. Isaac Davis, MAAC 24.51, 3. Runar Borgen, PAQ 24.54; 30. Juan Serna 27.31.

200-meter individual medley:
1. Mark Szaranek, GSC 2:03.32, 2. Grant Sanders, TBAY 2:03.55, 3. Marco Guarente, Azura 2:05.91; SOFLO: 16. Rafael Rodriguez 2:15.77, time drop 2.35.

50-meter freestyle:
1. Enzo Martinez Scarpe, GSC 23.07, 2. Khader Baqlah, GSC 23.27, 3. David Lambert, WA 23.33.

400-meter freestyle:
1. Jan Switkowski, GSC 3:51.31, 2. Khader Baqlah, GSC 3:56.70, 3. Clark Beach, QSTS 3:57.84; SOFLO: 31. Rafael Rodriguez 4:16.34, 32. Ricardo Roche 4:17.41.

400-meter medley relay:
1. Gator Swim Club 3:53.40 (Trevor McGovern, Dylan Brisco, Mason Wilby, Alec Dawson), 2. Bolles 3:56.36, 3. Westminster Academy 3:59.90, 10. SOFLO A 4:08.92 (Ricardo Roche, Juan Pineda, Rafael Rodriguez, Robert Wilson), 12. SOFLO B 4:10.15 (Jonathan Farah, Samuel Quintero, CJ Kopecki, Juan Serna).


What: Speedo Champions Series: Southern Zone South Sectional Championship

When: Monday

Schedule: Monday, 9 a.m. prelims, 4 p.m. finals.

Where: University of Florida, O’Connell Center Pool, Gainesville.

Of note: Gator Swim Club is hosting the four-day meet. Admission is $5. For more information call 352-375-4683, ext. 4545.

Sharon Robb can be reached at

Di Salvo, Lowe, Rossi Lead SOFLO On Day One Of XX FLA International Cup

By Sharon Robb

PEMBROKE PINES, June 21, 2018—Fiorella Di Salvo, Reagan Lowe and Nicolas Rossi were top finishers for South Florida Aquatic Club on Day One of the XX FLA International Cup at Academic Village Swimming Pool.

During the marathon night of racing, Di Salvo, 10, was second in the 400-meter freestyle in a best time 5:29.16, with an impressive time drop of 6.85. Di Salvo picked up 10 points in high point.

Lowe, 12, was second in the 400-meter individual medley in 6:16. Lowe had 10 points in high point.

Rossi, 15, was second in the 800-meter freestyle in 9:26.36. Rossi has 10 points for high point.

Other SOFLO swimmers with time drops were:

Kaitlyn Consuegra, 12, 400-meter freestyle, 5:24.52, time drop 4.36.

Sofia Gonzalez, 12, 400-meter freestyle, 5:30.56, time drop 3.50.

Gabriella Lissa, 12, 400-meter freestyle, 5:57.16, time drop 21.66, first time cracked 6 minutes in the distance event.

Daniela Rodriguez, 15, 800-meter freestyle, 11:22.06, another impressive time drop 21.16.

Hashan Ekanayake, 11, 400-meter freestyle, 5:19.82, time drop 2.46.

Favorite Gator Swim Club leads the combined and men’s team totals. Aiken-Augusta leads the women’s team totals. SOFLO is fifth among combined and women team totals and sixth in the men’s team standings.

The four-day meet continues Friday with three sessions.

FLA is hosting the meet in SOFLO’s home pool. All sessions are timed finals. The meet features 31 teams from Florida Gold Coast, the Caribbean and out-of-state.


COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 164, 2. Aiken-Augusta 146, 3. Southwest Stars 83, 4. Eagle Aquatics 57, 5. tie, Los Angeles Del Centro 53, SOFLO 53.

MEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 107, 2. Aiken-Augusta 48, 3. Southwest Stars 35, 4. Eagle Aquatics 29, 5. Heritage Aquatic Team, 27, 6. SOFLO 25.

WOMEN TEAM TOTALS: 1. Aiken-Augusta 98, 2. Gator Swim Club 57, 3. Southwest Stars 48, 4. Los Angeles Del Centro 32, 5. tie, SOFLO, Eagle Aquatics, Midtown Weston 28.

400-meter freestyle:
10-and-under, 1. Gioia Balzao, EA 5:06.21; SOFLO: 2. Fiorella Di Salvo 5:29.16, time drop 6.85; 11-12, 1. Erika Pelaez, EA 4:42.01; SOFLO: 7. Kaitlyn Consuegra 5:24.52, time drop 4.36, 11. Sofia Gonzalez 5:30.56, time drop 3.50, 20. Gabriella Lissa 5:57.16, time drop 21.66.

400-meter individual medley:
12-and-under, 1. Jacy Hoffman, BGSC 6:15.41; SOFLO: 2. Reagan Lowe 6:16.00; 13-and-over, 1. Mariana Cote, Unattached 5:23.20; 15-16, 1. Anna Summers, ASL 5:23.44; 17-and-over, 1. Helina Reyes, LACES 5:44.24.

800-meter freestyle:
12-and-under, 1 Ella Klyce, STAR 10:03.39; 13-14, 1. Amy Riordan, ASL 9:49.50; 15-16, 1. Erin Day, ASL 10:08.56; SOFLO: 4. Michelle Marinheiro 10:29.18, 8. Daniela Rodriguez 11:22.06, time drop 21.16; 17-and-over, 1. Ashley Williamson, ASL 9:42.68.


400-meter freestyle:
10-and-under, 1. Nohan Gomez, CM 5:34.72; SOFLO: 3. Stefano Mazzi 5:59.26; 11-12, 1. Landon Kyser, HAT 4:43.53; SOFLO: 6. Hashan Ekanayake 5:19.82, time drop 2.46, 10. Marvan Ekanayake 5:34.63, 16. Alessio Mazzi 6:10.39.

400-meter individual medley:
12-and-under, 1. Nicholas Cecchi, STAR 5:15.49; 13-and-over, 1. Chuli Martin, OSC 5:06.68; 15-16, 1. Manuel Lopez, Unattached 4:53.47; 17-and-over, 1. Mike Jeschke, ASL 4:45.82.

800-meter freestyle:
12-and-under, 1. Kaii Winkler, EA 9:33.75; 13-14, 1. Matvey Ivanov, BGSC 9:13.51; 15-16, 1. Sasha Shashkov, BGSC 9:05.00; SOFLO: 2. Nicolas Rossi, 9:26.36, 4. Nicholas Munoz 9:37.74; 17-and-over, 1. Andrew Matejka, BGSC 8:33.84.


What: XX FLA International Cup.

When: Friday-Sunday

Schedule: Friday, Session 2A, 4 p.m., Session 2B, 5:20 p.m., Session 2C, 6 p.m.; Saturday, Session 3, 8 a.m.; Sunday, Session 4, 5 p.m.

Where: Academic Village Swimming Pool, 17191 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines.

Of note: Admission is $5 per sesssion. Heat sheets are free online. For information call 954-593-8552 or go to

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SOFLO Ready For Speedo Champion Series Southern Zone South Sectional Championships That Begin Thursday In Plantation

By Sharon Robb

PLANTATION, March 7, 2018—South Florida Aquatic Club will be well-represented at the Speedo Championship Series Southern Zone South Sectional Championships that begin Thursday at Plantation Aquatic Complex.

Kathleen Golding, Kelley Heron, Paige Lane, Mallory Schleicher, Luke Lezotte, Heath Brames and CJ Kopecki head SOFLO’s contingent that will be tested by an impressive field that includes several post-grads and Olympians including Ryan Lochte of the Gator Swim Club.

Gator Swim Club, led by the 33-year-old Olympian, Andrea D’Arrigo, 22, Isabel Ivey, 17, Mason Wilby, 18, and Talia Bates, 17, heads the competitive field.

After opening his racing season at the Florida Area Championships last weekend in Jacksonville, Lochte has entered seven events in the Plantation meet: 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke, 200 individual medley, 100 freestyle, 200 backstroke and 400 freestyle.

Lochte will be joined by Corey Main, who also trains with the Gator Swim Club along with Florida State alums Jared Pike and SOFLO’s Marc Rojas and Bruno Fratus.

Rojas, 24, is entered in the 50- and 100-meter breaststroke events. Rojas, who represents the Dominican Republic internationally, is seeded second in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:03.61. Heron is seeded second in the 100-meter backstroke in 1:05.33. Golding is seeded second in the 200-meter individual medley in 2:17.19 and third in the 50-meter freestyle in 26.24.

Other SOFLO swimmers competing are: Alana Acevedo, Michael Arias, Kyana Castro, Maya Coffey, Katrina Del Vecchio, Juan Diaz, Molly Golding, John Paul Handal, Jie Hoon Lee, Lance Lesage, Jacqueline Lugo, Leonardo Mateus, Nicolas Munoz, Juan Pablo Pineda, Kevin Porto, Sara Quintero, Ricardo Roche, Jennifer Rodriguez, Rafael Rodriguez, Nicolas Rossi, Juan Serna and Luis Villanueva.

SOFLO is seeded first in the women’s 200-meter medley relay and mixed 200-meter medley relay.

A field of more than 600 swimmers from 60 teams and 20 unattached teams will compete over four days in one of four designated USA Swimming zones. The others are Eastern, Central and Western Zone Sectionals. The meet attracts some of the top swimming talent from across the United States and internationally.

Among Florida Gold Coast teams entered are Azura Florida Aquatic, AquaKids Sharks, East Coast Aquatic Club, Boca Raton Swim Team, Pine Crest Swimming, North Palm Beach, Martin County, Hurricane Swim Club, TS Aquatics, and host Plantation Swim Team.

Out-of-state teams include North Andover YMCA, Arizona Aquatic Club, City of Lafayette Aquatics, Elmwood Sharks, Falfins Swimming, Franco’s Fins, Peddie Aquatics and Oro Valley Swim Team.

What: Speedo Championship Series Southern Zone South Sectional Championships

When: Thursday-Sunday

Schedule: Thursday, timed finals 5 p.m.; Friday, Saturday and Sunday, prelims 9 a.m. and finals 5 p.m.

Where: Plantation Aquatic Complex, 9151 NW Second Street.

Of note: Admission is $5 and heat sheets are $3 per session. For more information call 954-452-2526.

Sharon Robb can be reached at

SOFLO Continues To Do Well At Speedo Zone Sectional Championships

SOFLO Continues To Do Well At Speedo Zone Sectional Championships

By Sharon Robb

July 12, 2014—Swimming against some of the nation’s top clubs is bringing out the best in South Florida Aquatic Club at the Speedo Champions Series Southern Zone South Sectional Championships at the Orlando YMCA.

“We are holding our own with these very good clubs and doing a good job,” SOFLO coach Chris Anderson said.

Going into the fourth and final day, SOFLO’s women’s team is fourth overall. SOFLO is seventh in the combined team standings.

Among SOFLO’s top performers on Saturday was Melissa Marinheiro.

Marinheiro, 17, posted a best time in the 100-meter backstroke during morning prelims in 1:07.98 dropping 3.58 seconds. She came back in the final dropping more time in 1:06.70, another 1.28-second drop to finish 26th overall.

Marinheiro also qualified for the “A” final of the 400-meter freestyle. She finished eighth in 4:22.25. In prelims she went 4:20.88, just off her best time of 4:20.69.

Kathleen Golding won the “C” final of the 200-meter individual medley in 2:24.41, just off her best time. She also won the “C” heat of the 400-meter freestyle in 4:26.30.

Ronald Santos made his second swim in the 400-meter freestyle and finished the “D” final in 4:12 after going 4:10.66 in prelims.

Three-time Olympian Alia Atkinson swam the breaststroke in the 50-meter freestyle event to work on her stroke count in the sprint event. It is one of three events she will be swimming in the Commonwealth Games later this month and it was an opportunity to get in another fine tuning race.

With the men’s team winning four of five events including the final relay, the Gator Swim Club is pulling away in the combined teams race.

On the third day of action, the Gator Swim Club leads with 682 points ahead of first-day leader Scarlet Aquatics of New Jersey with 472 and St. Andrew’s Swimming with 366.

South Florida Aquatic Club is seventh overall with 223 points.

The Gator Swim Club has all but clinched the men’s team title with 468 points. Scarlet Aquatics is a distant third with 198 and Club Seminole is third with 180. Scarlet Aquatics leads the women’s team standings with 274 just 60 points ahead of Gator Swim Club. St. Andrew’s Swimming is third with 207.

Sebastien Rousseau, 23, Eduardo Solaeche-Gomez, 20, and Dan Wallace, 21, won individual events for the Gator Swim Club.

Rousseau won the 100-meter backstroke in a best time 55.33, lowering his previous best of 57.49.

Solaeche-Gomez won the 200-meter individual medley in 2:00.74.

Wallace won the 400-meter freestyle in 3:53.03 ahead of teammates Andrea D’Arrigo, 19, in 3:53.40.

Jian Wang, Solaeche-Gomez, Marcin Cieslak and Pawel Werner combined to win the 400-meter medley relay in 3:44.44.

Florida Gold Coast’s top finisher was Clara Smiddy of AquaKids Sharks winning the 100-meter backstroke in 1:01.69, just off her best time of 1:00.51 and ahead of two-time Olympian Katie Hoff, 25, of Hurricanes Swimming in 1:02.50.

Other individual winners were:

Justine Bowker, 27, of T2 Aquatics won the 200-meter individual medley in 2:15.70 finishing ahead of Olympian Elizabeth Beisel, 21, of Bluefish in 2:16.35.

Natalie Hinds, 20, the 2013 SEC Female Freshman of the Year at University of Florida from City of Midland Swim Team won the 50-meter freestyle in 25.42. Katie Hoff was third in a best time 26.21, bettering her previous best of 27.11.

Florida alum Bradley deBorde, 22, of Patriot Aquatics won the 50-meter freestyle in 22.98.

Stephanie Peacock, 22, of SWIM won the 400-meter freestyle in 4:12 just ahead of Jessica Thielman, 20, of Gator Swim Club in 4:12.09.

The four-day meet concludes on Sunday. Prelims are 9 a.m. and finals are 4 p.m.

Sunday’s events are the women’s 800-meter freestyle, men’s 1500-meter freestyle, 200-meter butterfly, 100-meter freestyle, 200-meter breaststroke, 200-meter backstroke and 400-meter freestyle relays.


COMBINED TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 682, 2. Scarlet Aquatics 472, 3. St. Andrew’s Swimming 366, 4. T2 Aquatics 314, 5. Swim Fort Lauderdale 288, 6. Club Seminole 282, 7. South Florida Aquatic Club 223, 8. Swim Florida 205, 9. Metro Aquatics 192, 10. Tampa Bay Aquatics 185.

MEN’S TEAM TOTALS: 1. Gator Swim Club 468, 2. Scarlet Aquatics 198, 3. Club Seminole 180, 4. Blue Dolfins 166, 5. St. Andrew’s Swimming 159, 25. SOFLO 19.

WOMEN’S TEAM TOTALS: 1. Scarlet Aquatics 274, 2. Gator Swim Club 214, 3. St. Andrew’s Swimming 207, 4. South Florida Aquatic Club 204, 5. T2 Aquatics 191.


100-meter backstroke:

1.Clara Smiddy, AquaKids Sharks 1:01.69, 2. Katie Hoff, Hurricanes 1:02.50, 3. Sviatlana Khakhlova 1:02.51; SOFLO: 26. Melissa Marinheiro 1:06.70, best time, 27. Marcella Marinheiro 1:07.54, 65. Kelley Heron 1:10.31, 71. Amber Hunter 1:10.56, 112. Jessica Rodriguez 1:13.37, 119. Maria Lopez 1:13.84, 131. Carly Swanson 1:15.83, 133. Liz Travieso 1:16.50.

200-meter individual medley:

1.Justin Bowker, T2 Aquatics 2:15.70, 2. Elizabeth Beisel, Bluefish 2:16.35, 3. Lindsey McKnight, Swim Fort Lauderdale 2:17.63; SOFLO: 19. Kathleen Golding 2:24.41, 54. Jessica Rodriguez 2:30.58, 67. Kelley Heron 2:32.60, 91. Olivia Katcher 2:36.18.

50-meter freestyle:

1.Natalie Hinds, COM 25.68, 2. Sviatlana Khakhlova, Club Seminole 25.99, 3. Katie Hoff, Hurricanes 26.35; SOFLO: 68. Maria Lopez 28.36, 76. Amber Hunter 28.52, 128. Marcella Marinheiro 29.34, 159. Liz Travieso 30.25, 161. Carly Swanson 30.46, 164. Alia Atkinson 31.34.

400-meter freestyle:

1.Stephanie Peacock, SWIM 4:12.00, 2. Jessica Thielman, Gator Swim Club 4:12.09, 3. Andreina Pinto, Gator Swim Club 4:14.05; SOFLO: 8. Melissa Marinheiro 4:22.25 (4:20.88 prelims), 17. Kathleen Golding 4:26.30, best time, 57. Olivia Katcher, SOFLO 4:41.43.

400-meter medley relay:

1.T2 Aquatics 4:16.19, 2. Scarlet Aquatics 4:19.25, 3. Swim Fort Lauderdale 4:19.92, 9. South Florida Aquatic Club “A” 4:28.66 (Melissa Marinheiro, Jessica Rodriguez, Maria Lopez, Kathleen Golding), 13. SOFLO “B” 4:36.26 (Marcella Marinheiro, Kelley Heron, Amber Hunter, Olivia Katcher).


100-meter backstroke:

1.Sebastien Rousseau, Gator Swim Club 55.33, 2. Pavel Sankovich, Club Seminole 55.68, 3. Tristan Sanders, PYP 56.39; SOFLO: 62. Juan Lucas 1:04.58, 62. Esteban Diaz-Velasco 1:04.58, best time, 76. Gustavo Valery 1:05.19, 85. Alfredo Mesa 1:05.73, 91. Ryan Capote 1:06.06.

200-meter individual medley:

1.Eduardo Solaeche-Gomez, Gator Swim Club 2:00.74, 2. Diago Decarvalho, Gator Swim Club 2:02.58, 3. Carlos Omana, Metro Aquatics 2:03.36; SOFLO: 78. Ervin Marin 2:18.46, 80. Marc Rojas 2:18.55, 95. Jordan Colon 2:20.40, 110. Matthew Gonzalez 2:22.29, 113. Jonathan Strod 2:22.75.

50-meter freestyle:

1.Bradley Deborde, PA 22.98, 2. Jason McCormick, Boca Raton 23.05, 3. Logan Lassley, Westminster Academy 23.19; SOFLO: 69. Ryan Capote 25.19, 85. Marc Rojas 25.58, 135. Ervin Marin 26.47.

400-meter freestyle:

1.Dan Wallace, Gator Swim Club 3:53.03, 2. Andrea D’Arrigo, Gator Swim Club 3:53.40, 3. Nicholas Alexiou, SPA 3:57.66; SOFLO: 31. Ronald Santos 4:12.

400-meter medley relay:

1.Gator Swim Club 3:44.44, 2. Swim Fort Lauderdale 3:53.72, 3. St. Andrew’s Swimming 3:55.06, 19. South Florida Aquatic Club “A” 4:09.98 (Juan Lucas, Marc Rojas, Matthew Gonzalez, Ryan Capote), 21. SOFLO “B” 4:16.16 (Esteban Diaz-Velasco, Jordan Colon, Ronald Santos, Gustavo Valery).

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