After the third week of Reston Swim Team Association meets, three teams remain undefeated: Ridge Heights, Lake Newport and Lake Audubon. Here’s how the teams fared in Saturday’s meets:
Lake Newport Lightning 665, Autumnwood Piranhas 455
Lake Newport triple event winners were Jeffrey George, Amanda Jacobson, Dan Ni, Grant Romero, Meghna Sharma, Lauren Spar, and Vania B Zeledon. Double event winners were Fabricio Alvarez, Grant Bommer, Kent Bommer, Alexandra Connelly, Jack Edgemond, Sophia Egge, Michael George, Caroline Kohn, Anna Redican, Emi Redican, Joseph Redican, Siena Shannon, Alyssa Spar, Zoe Van Winckel, Zach Wang, and Michael Zhou.
For Autumnwood, double event winners were Donovan Willson, Toren N Greenfield-Tuthill, Emily Hur, John M Lyons, and Phineas Ulmishek-Anderson.
Lake Audubon Barracudas 617, Lake Anne Stingrays 450
Lake Audubon triple event winners were Sydney Cook, Max Daum, Matthew Fritz, Sabrina Groves, Suya Haering, Conor McBride, Sophia Randall, and Aidan Scanlan. Double event winners were Emily Fritz, Kaliyana Haering, John Hughes, Dylan Mulvaney, Alana Pudner, and Griffin Scanlan.
Lake Anne triple event winners were Rowan O’Connor and Jocelyn Wulf. Double event winners were Arianna Barkhordari, Luke Bowen, Andrew Cramer, Francisco Espinoza, Jason Fu, Colin Hagerup, Elaine Liu, Amber Lu, Caroline Miller, Emmalina Sjapeki, and Sam Sligar.
Hunters Woods Blue Marlins 553, Newbridge Dolphins 501
Hunters Woods triple event winners were Andrew Chen, John Evans, Marissa Jerome, Liam Tolbert, and Brian Zhou. Double event winners were Jack Henry Ham, Andrew Li, Jonah Medler, Seth Parcell, Ben Szeto, Ashley Thai, Chloe Tuberson, Katie Vintimilla, Chris Yang, and Roger Zeng.
For Newbridge, triple event winners were Justin Compton, Lily Compton, David Joyner, Sofia Milosevic, and Sarah Zhong. Double event winners were Elise Baldwin, Niki Chava, Celia Compton, Mary Carol Cook, Jean-Louis Guill, Ian Ha, Ryan Ha, Amrita Khalsa, Megan Slater, and Sabine Soltys.
Ridge Heights Sharks 589, Glade Gators 453
Ridge Heights triple event winners were Evan Blase, Katie Falcone, Ethan McCrea, Marc Sipher, and Mac Sogandares. Double event winners were Ian Champney, Adrienne Crowe, Peter Dorosheff, Ian Hansing, Dylan Hawley, Kati Imel, Amy Key, Alex Russell, and Trontour Wang.
For Glade, triple event winners were Natalie Bardach, David Clark, Clara Landeryou, and Sophia Landeryou. Double event winners were Olivia Cochis, Ryan Erickson, Emily Landeryou, Natalie McCrea, Sophia Montgomery, Abigail Stiglitz, Calvin Warstler, and Zachary Wiemer.
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The Ravel Dance Studio will re-open for fall classes 2020. The school will offer in person and virtual online instruction. With over 5000 sq. ft. to social distance the school has added air ionization filtration systems, ballet barres, acrylic dividers, hands free bathrooms, strict monitoring and more.
The Ravel Dance Studio will produce a Nutcracker Ballet Hollywood style video through the Reston Community CenterStage. REGISTRATION online begins August 17.
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