Swimmers from five Reston Swim Team Association teams set records during last weekend’s meets. Among them:
Lake Anne — Darius Truong came in at 31.55 in the 11-12 Boys 50-meter Backstroke to beat the previous league record of 32.56 set by Ryan Ha in 2012 and his own All-Stars record of 32.60. In the 11-12 Boys 50-meter Breaststroke, swam a 35.85 to beat his own record of 36.46.
The Girls 8-and-under 100-meter Freestyle Relay team of Jacqui Go, Amber Lu, Claire Munro and Katie Semanchik set a new team record with a time of 1.28.27, replacing a record set in 2003.
Glade — Isabella Gati clocked in at 30.08 in 15-18 Girls 50-meter Butterfly, beating a league record set in 1996. She also set a new team record. Sophia Landeryou set a new team record for 11-12 Girls 50-meter Freestyle with a time of 29.41, replacing a record set by her sister in 2012. The 15-18 Girls 200-meter Medley Relay team of Madeline LaPorte, Meghan Benedetto, Isabella Gati, and Emily Landeryou set a new team record at 2:16.31
Lake Newport — Anna Redican set a new record time of 32.57 for 13-14 Girls 50-meter Backstroke. The 15-18 Boys 200-meter Medley Relay team of Casey Storch, Michael George, Jack Edgemond, and Grant Bommer set a new record of 2:02.53.
Newbridge — Ryan Ha set a new team record for the 15-18 Boys 50-meter Backstroke with a time of 29.43.
North Hills — Joseph Sciortino set a new team record of 29.40 for 11-12 Boys 50-meter Freestyle. The 11-12 Boys 100-meter Medley Relay team of Miles Yang, Evan Zhang, Joseph Sciortino, and William Xu replaced its previous record with a new team record of 1:09.23. The 13-14 Boys200-meter Medley Relay team of Ryan Hill, Ryan Luczak, Abhishek Bazaz, and Ryan Grimes replaced its previous team record with a new time of 2:12.44.
In meet results:
North Hills Hurricanes 645, Lake Anne Stingrays 481
For North Hills, triple event winners Katie Cazenas, Albert Huang, and Sarah Sciortino. Double event winners were Allison Boone, Michelle Boone, Eleanor Boyer Uriarte, Marlee Czarny, Emily Deker, Ishan R Ganjoo, Landan Grange, Ryan Hill, Ada Langston, Benjamin Livaudais, Piper Luczak, Emily Ren, Samantha Sciortino, Carly Shaffer, Caroline Xu, and Evan D Zhang.
For Lake Anne, triple event winners were Rowan O’Connor, Darius Truong, Devin Truong, and Fred Zhang. Double event winners were Ben Dealey, Patrick Fouse, Joanne Fu, Joseph Letteri, Emily Meilus, Molly Mescall, and Katherine Susla.
Hunters Woods Marlins 615, Autumnwood Piranhas 481
For Hunters Woods, triple event winners were Nolan Dunkel, Jack Henry Ham, Spencer Line, Ashley Nobles, Ashley Thai, Jair Valenzuela, Gwyneth Wagner, and Brian Zhou. Double event winners were Nathan Cheng, Charlotte Hoelzl, Joseph Jerome, Ruth Kelly, Prana A Owen, Philip Pan, Liam Tolbert, Katie Vintimilla, Evelyn Wagner, and Roger Zeng.
For Autumnwood, triple event winners were Emily Hur, Blake Jackson, and Diya Murthy. Double event winners were Anna Y Byrd, Drew Daly, Will Daly, Olivia Heatherly, Anne Kennedy, Anna C Nielsen, and Josephine A Taylor.
Lake Audubon Barracudas 616, Glade Gators 470
For Lake Audubon, triple event winners were Sydney Cook, Robby Cordts, Max Daum, Matthew Fritz, Marley Mulvaney, and Griffin Scanlan. Double event winners were Troy Elliott, Andrew Fritz, Emily Fritz, Alya Giavis, Angelika Giavis, Spencer Harris, Dylan Mulvaney, Bryce Onozuka, Sasha Osinovsky, Sophia Randall, Alejandro RomeroJennissen, Aidan Scanlan, and Maxwell Wilson.
For Glade, the triple event winners were Clara Landeryou and Sophia Landeryou. Double event winners were Nicholas Bowen, Alec Brown, Blake DeHoust, Isabella Gati, Sara Maslouhi, Kellie McCrea, Maggie Thomas, Amanda Wagner, and Yanglan Xu.
Lake Newport Lightning 636, Newbridge Dolphins 464
For Lake Newport, triple event winners were Max Biear, Caroline Kohn, Anna Redican, Siena Shannon, and Casey Storch. Double event winners Henry Collins, Caitlin Connelly, Joshua Gregory, Dan Ni, Meghna Sharma, Alyssa Spar, Lauren Spar, Britt Trucksess, Amy Zhao, and Michael Zhou.
For Newbridge, triple event winners were Justin Compton, Ian Ha, and Erin Irlan. Double event winners were Elise Baldwin, M. Byrnes, Jean-Louis Guill, Ethan Ha, Sam Joyner, Christian Kalinowski, Greg Mayo, and Mia Milosevic.
Two meets make-up meets were also held Sunday.
Ridge Heights Sharks 561, Lake Anne Stingrays 533
For Ridge Heights, triple event winners were Maya K Becker, Hailey Brown, Ryan Ferzoco, and Josh Zhang. Double event winners were Evan Blasé, Edith Chaddock, Elodie Decker, Jared Decker, Ella N Handerahan, Shilai Li, Anna Liang, Audrey Moore, Connor Pierce, and Diego White.
For Lake Anne, triple event winners were Arianna Barkhordari, Hannah Lane, Emily Meilus, Morgan Stup, Darius Truong, and Devin Truong. Double event winners were Sophia Abrahams, Joseph Dealey, Sean Hagerup, Frank Keusenkothen, Amber Lu, Claire Munro, and Quinn Santangelo-Cody.
Lake Newport Lightning 695, Glade Gators 364
For Lake Newport, triple event winners were Fabricio Alvarez, Harry Biear, Grant Bommer, Dan Ni, Anna Redican, and Casey Storch. Double event winners Catie George, Jeffrey George, Joshua Gregory, Santiago K Hernandez, Caroline Kohn, William Kohn, Sean Redican, Grant Romero, Siena Shannon, Lauren Spar, Britt Trucksess, Amy Zhao, and Michael Zhou.
For Glade, triple event winners were Francis Bowen, Clara Landeryou, and Sophia Landeryou. Double event winners were Mary Barker, John Clarke, Nicholas Kapani, Griffith Knowlton, Everett Liggett, Emma Stiglitz, Brooke Tobias, and Calvin Warstler.
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