Clippers Lead Extends To Nearly 300 After Day Two



  The Clippers 14&unders started the championship season off with a bang last weekend by swimming lights out at the Ohio South Regionals. This weekend they have picked up right where they left off by taking the early lead in the Ohio JO Championships. Last night they extended their 68 point lead they had after day 1 by swimming very impressively and as a team. The lead stands at 287.5 points with 2 days of swimming still to go. The meet has been highlighted by great swim after great swim including multiple JO Meet Records including:


10&under Boys 200 Medley Relay – Finished 2nd but was under state record from 1970
                - Jack Johnson, Harrison Heist, Max Shoyat, Calvin Shepper

Sharli Brady13-14 200 Free 2:06.04  Previously set by Jenny Forster in 2002

Sophie Skinner – 50 Back :35.01 Previously set by Cara Norris in 2007

13-14 Girls 400 Free Relay  - Previously set in 2007
                - McKenzie Margroum, Kaylee Witkiewicz, Brooke Harkrader, Sharli Brady   


State Champions

Brendan Meyer – 11-12 400 Free
Olivia Hagen – 11-12 200 & 400 Free
Sophie Skinner – 50 Back
Sharli Brady – 200 Free, 400 IM

13-14 Girls 200 Medley Relay – Kaylee Witkiewicz, Sammy Huffman, Sharli Brady,McKenzie Margroum
10&under Girls 200 Medley Relay – Sophie Skinner, Sarah Harkrader, Sam Glass, Mallory Beil
11-12 Girls 200 Medley Relay – Lilly Morgan, Katie Summe, Kat Aiken, Olivia Hagen
11-12 Boys 200 Medley Relay – Bryce Day, Jack Lentsch, Brendan Meyer, Keagan Finley
11-12 Girls 400 Free Relay – Kat Aiken, Amanda Smith, Libby Greenwell, Olivia Hagen
11-12 Boys 400 Free Relay – Keagen Finley, Bryce Day, Brendan Meyer, Jake Lentsch
13-14 Girls 400 Medley Relay -McKenzie Margroum, Kaylee Witkiewicz, Brooke Harkrader, Sharli Brady