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CMAC Reaches New Heights at AZOT Blue Championsihps

CMAC Reaches New Heights – Cracks top 10 teams at AZOT Blue JO Max Champs

The weekend of racing at the AZOT Blue Championships was a great success for CMAC. Early in the meet, our girls held the 6th overall spot in points, and the team was sitting comfortably in 7th place. Our athletes braved extreme weather conditions, swam amazingly well, and even WON several overall event titles! CMAC demonstrated great dedication to the team through our relay only athletes Rubi Valle (8), Greer Horton (7), Marcela Urbano (10), and Jaydee Dinh (12) who drove out into the awful weather both days for their contribution to relay races that took between 18 and 32 seconds. These sacrifices demonstrate exactly what we are trying to teach these young people: discipline, determination, team-oriented perspectives, and doing something for reasons bigger than themselves. We are so proud of everyone!

Special congratulations to Avrum Xagorararkis (10) and Karolina Sangasy (10) who combined for 141 points, and 5 overall event first place swims! Along with their teammates, they helped catapult CMAC to a result never attained before!

This meet demonstrates that we are on the right track! We were able to put together a very impressive group, a result to be extremely proud of, at a fairly high level event. As we continue to challenge, teach, and motivate our young swimmers, we are confident that CMAC will keep making strides and become an environment that cultivates even more positivity and great memories. GO CMAC!!!


Final Results

 8th place 469 points (2018 meet: 22nd place, 50 points)

6 relay swims combining for 170 points

6 new Spring JO times

8 individual point scorers/finalists

Aidan Arie: 41 points

Miller Clark: 15 points

Analy Garcia: 37 points

Karolina Sangasy: 69 points

Madison Stein: 27 points

Jodie Tran: 12 points

Mia Walker: 30 points

Avrum Xagorarakis: 72 points