July 18, 2021
Day three brings 2 more team records and another State Title. Wells Cloud continues his record setting ways, winning the 50m Free with a new team record of 25.73. Later in the evening he finished second in the 100m Backstroke with a team record time of 1:01.96. Wells is still unrested and unshaved as he gets ready for The ISCA Senior Championships in St. Petersburg, Florida beginning July 26th.
Currently SMRT is in a solid 5th place as a tem with 1,413 points.
Other SMRT Swimmers scoring:
Amilia Lennon (9) 50m Fly 17th
Carson Hyder (10) 400m Free 2nd, 100m Free 3rd, 50m Back 4th
Soleil Smith (10) 100m Fly 5th
Reves Sidebottom (9) 100m Fly 6th, 100m Free 10th, 400m Free 15th, 50m Back 17th
Sophie Evans (10) 100m Fly 8th, 100m Free 13th
Finley Bowers (10) 100m Free 20th
Marley Moore (10) 100m Fly 15th
Zane Ransford (13) 200m Fly 11th. and his split on the 400m Free relay (58.97) qualifies him for The ISCA Championships next year.
Judith Suttle (12) 100m Fly 4th, 100m Free 5th
Isa Jickling (12) 100m Fly 7th
Carley Foust (12) 100m Free 11th, 50m Breast 15th
Jake Calvert (12) 50m Breast 8th, 100m Fly 10th, 100m Free 14th
Jude Nicksic (12) 100m Free 3rd,
Reid Scott (12) 100m Fly 14th, 50m Breast 15th, 100 Free 16th
Emma Durham (14) 100m Back 3rd, 50m Free 6th
Cecilia Ford (14) 100m Back 5th, 50m Free 7th
Lily Burnette (14) 100m Back 13th, 50m Free 17th
Daniyal Eldridge (13) 200m Breast 13th
Lyra Cooksey-Coale (13) 400m Free 12th. Lyra did the triple crown, swimming 3 Life Time Best Times in 1 swim. Her 100, and 200 splits as well as her finish time were all her best times.
10 & under Girls 200m Medley Relay "A" Team 2nd (Carson, Sophia, Soleil, Reves)
10 & Under Girls 200m Medley Relay "B" Team 3rd (Marley, Ella Sidebottom, Amelia Lennon, Finley)
11 - 12 Girls 200 Free Relay 7th (Carley, Phoebe, Isa, Judith)
11 - 12 Boys 200m Free Relay 3rd (Jude, Adam Eldridge, Reid, Jake)
13 - 14 Girls 400m Free Relay 5th (Lily, Emma, Cecilia, Lyra)
13 - 14 Boys 400m Free Relay 4th (Zane, Daniyal, Parker Hamilton, Wells
Final day begins in 15 minutes