November 18, 2017
By: Chip Fischer
Pictures: Top: Kenzie Welch
Second: The Team Congregates Around Coach Andy Wagner On The Pool Deck
The Atomic City Aquatic Club (ACAC) competed in the TNAQ Fall Invitational at University of Tennessee in early November. Swimmers continued making strides toward their goals.
63 swimmers traveled to the meet. Tais Brown (13) led the charge, making Southeasterns in six events, bonus cuts in two, winning the 100 Fly and 200 Fly and taking fourth in the 50 Free and 100 Free. Landon Hall (8) won five races in his age group. Logan Hall (11) placed in the top 8 10 times, making 7 Southeastern cuts and 4 bonus cuts. Stephen Zhukov (11) placed in the top 7 in nine events and made Southeastern cuts in 7 races, obtaining bonus cuts in three others. Abigail King (13) placed in the top 7 four times, making Southeastern cuts in 6 events. Samuel Campbell (9) made three Southeastern cuts and two bonus times, placing top 7 six times. Mason Fischer (13) placed in the top 4 in three events, making Southeastern cuts in four events and bonus cuts in two others. Camden Gerchar (12) placed top 8 six times, obtaining two Southeastern cuts and two bonuses. Ford White (9) placed in the top seven in seven races, made two Southeastern cuts and five bonuses. Aydan Skelton (10) placed in the top 8 in seven events, earning a Southeastern time in the 50 Fly. Kenzie Welch (16) made Southeasterns in the 1650 Free.
For more information about ACAC please contact Dean Gerchar by email at email@example.com or go to swim4acac.com.