FAST bests Forest Lakes

In the boys’ 25 meter freestyle improvements were earned by several Fluvanna swimmers: Braeden Garrett dropped 4.94 seconds just missing a gold time standard, Mitch Messier improved 13.93 seconds, and teammates Paul Cumiskey, Josh Shiner, and Ahmad Woodson also all improved. In the six and under 25 freestyle Matthew Wright dropped 13.13 seconds and Cole Owen dropped 1.41 seconds to finish first for the makos. The eight and under girls also showed great improvement with Alexa John Hudock, Elie Miles, Reagan McAdams, Dallas Bailey, and Abigail Kimble all improving in the 25 meter freestyle. Aidan Johnson, 12, swam a personal best of 33.90 in his 50 meter freestyle to achieve his first gold time standard. Aidan’s twin brother Aaron Johnson also improved by 2.05 seconds in his 50 meter freestyle.

Jackson Hopkins dropped a total of 15.91 seconds in the 25 meter breaststroke finishing with a final time of 35.84. This was quite an accomplishment for Jackson because the 25 meter breaststroke is considered an eight and under event. Hopkins teamed up with Owen, John Smeds and Liam Wells to win the opening relay for the Makos.  Huge time improvements were not only for FAST’s younger swimmers: Hayley Kline improved 2.99 seconds, Anthony Harlowe improved 4.91 seconds and Alex Scalzo improved 4.06 seconds all in the 100 meter freestyle. In the 9 – 10 girls 100 meter freestyle cast-free Emma DiFazio improved 10.97 seconds in her race and teammate Skyler Solga dropped 12.99 seconds the same event. DiFazio also improved in the 50 meter breaststroke along with teammates Jocelyn Notman (3.78 seconds) and Lily Hopkins (1.91 seconds).

Overall, the Makos posted more than 125 time improvements during the meet. The Makos hope to improve individually and as a team as they face the Farmington Frogs next week at Farmington.

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