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Women’s 1000 Free

Georgia commit Madison Homovich of Marlins of Raleigh took the first women’s event of the 2018 NCSA Junior Nationals, winning the 1000 free in 9:33.63. Scottsdale’s Ashley Strouse dropped an impressive 9:40.58 to take second.

13 year old Claire Tuggle of Clovis, who set multiple National Age Group records at this meet last year as a 12 year old, finished third in 9:43.88.


Women’s 100 IM

In the women’s 100 IM, Aquajets’s Isabelle Stadden was the lone swimmer to dip under 55 seconds. Stadden claimed first place with her time of 54.81. Grace Countie of Marlins of Raleigh was second in 55.16. Countie just out touched her teammate, Abigail Arens, who came in third in 55.19.

Fourth place went to Arlington Aquatics’s Victoria Huske in 55.31. Phoebe Bacon of Nation’s Capital followed close behind for fifth in 55.32.

Sophie Skinner of the Norther KY Clippers placed sixth in 55.41, while NOVA’s Grace Sheble was seventh in 55.42. Valerie Tarazi of the Mundelein Mustangs rounded out the top eight in 55.70.

Women’s 4×200 Free Relay

Nation’s Capital’s relay of Sinead Eksteen (1:48.69), Madeline Laporte (1:48.16), Isabella Gati (1:49.36), and Katelyn Mack (1:48.38) claimed the women’s 4×200 free relay in 7:14.59. Second place went to the team of  Countie (1:48.08),  Arens (1:49.49), Homovich (1:47.15), and Adrianna Cera (1:51.07) from Marlins of Raleigh in 7:15.07. The NOVA of Virginia relay of Grace Sheble (1:47.02), Megan Pulley (1:50.14), Sydney Whiting (1:48.96), and Caroline Sheble (1:50.41) finished third in 7:16.53.