FAST swimmers defeat friendly Frogs

This keeps Fluvanna Aquatics Sports Team in a close race for the regular-season division I title. This Wednesday (July 18), they will face the Fairview Seahorses (3 – 1) to decide the title as well as a score for the coveted sportsmanship award. FAST last won the sportsmanship award in 2008 as a division III member and has yet to win a sportsmanship award or division team award in division I. Swimmers, coaches, and parents all hope to bring the sportsmanship award back to FAST and back to Fluvanna County.

Individually, the Makos saw significant personal growth as many swimmers continued to improve. eight-year-old Ahmad Woodson dropped 12.8 seconds in his 25 freestyle his teammates Nate Klipp, William Dudzik, and Paul Cumiskey also improved. On the girl’s side, Alexa John Hudock, Rachel Scopelliti, Gwunyth Hansen, Ashlyn Saylor, and Abigail Kimble all improved. Kimble and Saylor combined for a total drop of more than 17 seconds. Rhett Jones achieved his gold time for the season in the 50 meter freestyle with a time of 37.86 and a first place finish for the Makos, he also dropped three seconds in the 50 meter backstroke to achieve his second gold time standard of the night. Teammates Emma DiFazio and Abby Harlow joined Jones by also achieving a gold standard in the 50 meter freestyle. DiFazio continued her evening with another gold time swim in the 50 meter butterfly. Ana Kuzemka also achieved her gold time standard in the 50 meter butterfly by dropping almost two seconds. The younger swimmers were not the only ones to achieve new gold time standards: assistant coach Ben Nalle earned also earned a gold time in the 50 meter butterfly. One of our younger makos made a big splash in the six and under 25 meter backstroke: Marena Raines, in her second meet of the season, dropped more than 15 seconds to finish second and earn her first gold time standard. During the last set of events, the long freestyle, FAST swimmer Abigail Brown earned one last gold time standard. Next week, look for a list of all of our gold time standards as FAST wraps up the regular season and prepares for the JSL championships at Fork Union on July 27 and 28.

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