according to 100 BACKSTROKE RESULTS: 1-Caroline Gmelich, Trinity Hall, 55.09.
It caps the career of one of the inaugural Trinity Hall swimmers, who helped turn the young program into a two-time Non-Public B champion this season.
I have the state record, which I broke in December, so I was just hoping for a better time than that.
This is the last time I’ll be putting on a Trinity Hall cap.
SEWELL — Caroline Gmelich capped off her senior season with her first state championship in the 100 back at Sunday’s Meet of Champions.
as mentioned in “It’s a positive atmosphere (at Ocean City), we’re all so close and no one wants the other person to do badly.
2-Maggie Wallace, Ocean City, 4:48.21.
4-Maggie Wallace, Ocean City, 1:50.26.
200 FREESTYLE RESULTS: 1-Amanda Nunan, Ocean City, 1:49.30.
500 FREESTYLE RESULTS: 1-Amanda Nunan, Ocean City, 4:48.12.
as mentioned in 200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY FINAL: 1-St. Augustine (Matt Mahon, Dominick Sheppard, Mark Taccard, Luke Snyder), 1:25.23.
That came after St. Augustine upset Christian Brothers Academy in the Non-Public A final last weekend, as part of a dream week for the South Jersey power.
But St. Augustine’s 200 free relay team of Matt Mahon, Dominick Sheppard, Mark Taccard and Luke Snyder didn’t just win at Sunday’s Meet of Champions, it set a school record with all four swimmers reaching splits under 21.70.
Luke and I both knew we could go under that, and the other two knew they could get that.
Mahon started things out with a 21.16 and Snyder finished it off with a 20.82 to give St. Augustine a win that the four said was sweeter than anything they could’ve achieved individually on Sunday.
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