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Swimmers of the Meet

Congratulations to our Swimmers of the Meet from our first two meets!  We recognize one girl and one boy swimmer of the meet based on time drops, attitude and the work the swimmer put in leading up to the meet.  At our first two meets our swimmers that achieved this honor all trained with us this summer and were consistent this fall in their efforts to improve.

CAC Pentahlon
Audrey Butcher - Audrey went 5 for 5 on personal bests at this meet finishing the day with huge drops in fly, breast and the 100 IM!

Nate Holzhauser  - Nate also went 5 for 5 on personal best, earning swimmer of the meet honors with a 16 second drop int he 50 fly and finishing the day with a  huge drop in the 100 IM.

Honorable Mention (these swimmers also had all best times at this meet): Katie Eramo, Logan Indest, & Gabrielle Shirley.
Event Winners: Macey Swearingen  - 50 Breast!

Worthington John Bruce
Logan Indest -Logan went 7 for 7 in best times with some real high quality swims.  He started the meet with a beautifully paced 500 free and kept the ball rolling with smart swims throughout the week-end.  His ability to control his speed and technique led to huge time drops.

Mia Provenzano -Mia went 3 for 3 on best times and completed her first ever 100 IM.  Mia has been working hard to improve her technique and always brings a great attitude to practice.  This really showed in her results this week-end.

Honorable Mention (these swimmers also had all best times or all first time events at this meet)Greysyn AndersonSophie Arnold, Jeremy Baggs, Caleb Baker, Pierce Bateman, L:ivy Boling, Rheygyn Carr, Thomas Dawson, Isabella DeLa Rosa, Mateo De La Rosa, Tavo De La Rosa, Maddie Eaton, Katie Eramo, Wyatt Hanley, Natalie Hegg, Nate Holzhauser, Donovan Hunt, Bailey Kearney, Zach Kubatko, Anna McGrath, Micahel McGrath, Thaine Nederveld, Sloan Phallen, Julia Ritzler, Hannah Scott, Emma Secrest, Lincoln Shirley Savanna Tonjes , Sydney Webb & Graham Weidenhamer!

Event Winners: Tom Dawson (400 IM) &  Keanan Fomich (200 Free).

RECORDS! Richard Mazur broke 2 American Paralympic Records at the John Bruce Meet in the 100 Freestyle & 100 Backstroke!


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