June 23, 2018
Well the second week of the season only had two thing in common. Was it the weather? No, fears of the rain coming in started on Wednesday and continued until the end of the meets. However, I only heard of a little rain, slight mist and cool temps across the county. All the teams were able to swim and complete the full meets. Last week the scores were not close in most meets however, this week was very different. This week we had five meets that was decided by 244 points or less with 54 points being the closest. This meet was the only upset as Bridlewood swam up a division to defeat Braemar in what had to be a very exciting meet. the next closest meet was the only inter divisional swim this week where Virginia Oaks edged out Ben Lomond by 110 points. Should be an exciting divisionals this year for these two teams. Trust me I will be there to see it :). We have one meet next week that is in the same division and I am excited to see how close the scores are. So what was the same this weekend? We still had lots of fast swims across the county with the teams averaging 37% increase in personal best for the week. This is very impressive due to the cooler weather. Second, three PWSL records fell again this week. Kingsbrooke's Abigail Daniel set two league records, the first was the Girls 13-14 IM with a new league time of 1:07.02 and she improved her time from last week in the13-14 girls 50 breast stroke to 34.81.Braemar's Jordan Evans broke the record for the boys 11-12 50 breast stroke for the second straight week a new time of 33.30.
Please see the updated summary sheet for an overview of all the meets.The Top 25 individual times and Top 15 Relays of the week are also available. This week's cyber meet, league record file and the Excel version of the summary report as well as the mid season reports are available to the computer reps on this site; while interactive results are available at www.pwswimmeets.com