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The Girls HS school season finally came to an end this weekend with the HS State meet. Congrats to Maya Flash (100Br 26th), Gillian Boal(50Fr 16th, 100Fr 16th), Lily Dimmig(100Fly 30th), Lauren Levy(100Fly) and Carolyn DeBoth(200, 400 free Relay) for a great State Meet and a great season.
The girls had a marathon of meets to just get to the state meet. Working backwards the Section IV State Qualifier had Gillian Boal 7th in the 100 Back, Carolyn DeBoth 11th in the 100 fly, Maya Flash 2 in the 100 Breast, Maya Marcyan 13th in the 100BK, Alex Switalski 7th in the 500 Free and 12th in 100Back, And Bailey Wiegand 14th in the 100Fly.
At ALL Catholics the Titans girls dominated the top of the meet. Veronica Bargnesi 2nd in 50 Free and 1st in 100 free, Fina Bell 4th in 50 and 100 free, Lily Dimmig 1st in 100Fly and 2nd in 100BK, Lauren Levy 1st in 50 Free and 2nd in 100Fly, Abby Gioia 2nd in 100Free and 3rd in 100Bk, Erin Cavanaugh 4th in 100 Breast and 5th in 200IM,Lauren Devin 7th in 100Fre, Maren Drews 8th in 200 and 500Free, Emma Higgins 4th in the 200 and 500 free, Natalie Hesch 4th in the 200IM and 100Bk, Maddy Kamens 5th in 100Back, and Jessica Napier 5th in the 50 and 100Free.
CLASS Meets another big meet for the Titans girls. Gillian Boal 2nd in 50 and 100Free, Maya Flash 1st in 100Breast, Alex Switalski 8th in the 500Free, Alaina Roberts 9th in the 50 free, Kristina Clouser 13th in the 100 Breast, Bailey Wiegand 5th in 200IM and 11th in 100Fly, Sam Bryk 8th in 100Breats and 11th in 200IM, Carolyn DeBoth 5th in 200Free and 4th in 100Fly, Lindsey Deboth 13 in 100Breast, Maya Marcyan 2nd in 500Fr and 100Bk, Ava Schrader 13 in the 100Fly and 9th 100Back.
Great Job this season Ladies and we look forward to the rest of the SC season!
Titans swam at the Can-Am challenge and continued to improve in all areas of swimming. Splitting the pools made for short days but many families had swimmers at both ends of the pool making for some busy parents in the stands. This weekend we had 27 Titans 12&unders compete in the STAR meet at ECC. Level 1 had three swimmers at the meet this past weekend. It was Mackenzie Vetter-Higgins’s first swim meet ever-she swam the 50 freestyle and won her heat! James Lyons and Bianca Rivera both swam great and are continuing to work on their stroke technique. Way to go level 1 swimmers! Our 12&unders came to race and they proved that with best times across the board. Issac King had best times in every event and Lauren Fritsch got a best time in her 100 fly by 18 seconds! Lucy Lyons from level 5 had a great 200 freestyle dropping 30 seconds! Brady Garcia swam the 500 on Friday and dropped 15 seconds. Way to go Titans! We have really improved on our stroke technique, only coming out with a few DQ’s throughout our 12&unders. In practice we will continue to work on the basics of technique and move forward with our stroke development!
The 13 & over pool Saturday and Sunday was amazing. We had several Level 5 & 6 swimmers returning from high school and their presence was appreciated, Great jobs to all who tried new events, swam best times, and had some fun! Levels 5 & 6 combined for 24 new best times, 2 new events. We will continue to work towards those goal times and are excited for fast swimming in the weeks to come. Level 7-8 had a small group that attended but produced nearly 20 more best times and it was great to get the girls back from HS season.
The document canam_results.pdf was attached to this post.
The Titans 2018 Halloween Meet was a phenomenal start to our season. We had 112 swimmers, ranging from Level 1 to Level 8, attend the meet and they put together three solid days early in the season. Thanks to all who volunteered, donated, and swam, we couldn’t do it without you all pitching in! For many of us this was a new experience and for all of us it was a new way to do the meet entries. We have a better understanding of it all and look forward to it being much easier in the future.
The team pulled together numerous new swims, tremendous amount of personal bests, 1 Records (Lauren Levy 13-14 50 Fly), and 17 disqualifications. We will continue to focus on improving technique to minimize those DQS and improve our times. Many swimmers saw their hard work pay off. These meets test our abilities I and out of the water to be tuff, resilient, and positive, we are off to a great start in all of these.
Level 1 had 6 swimmers at the Halloween meet. Josie Lyons, James Lyons, Nora Pashler, Roman Scirri, Milania Scarpace, and Bianca Rivera all did an awesome job trying new events! We are so proud of our level 1 swimmers and are excited to see them compete in more meets to come!
Level 2 As we closed out our annual Halloween meet this past weekend I was very proud of level 2. We had 13 swimmers compete and best times from every one. There were a few DQ’s that gave us some goals to work towards in practice. They have worked very hard in the season thus far working on our stroke techniques. We will continue to improve our confidence in practice. Great job level 2!
Level 3 did a great job competing this weekend in our annual Titans Halloween meet. We saw best times across the board from all of our swimmers. It was great to see new swimmers compete for the first time and returning swimmers try out new events! There were some DQ’s throughout our meet that I look forward to improving on in practice. They have worked very hard so far this season and I can’t wait to see them continuing to improve!
Level 4 had outstand performances by all who attended attempting 16 new events, 60 brand new personal best times and only 2 disqualifications. Outstanding beginning to this season! Everyone in Level 4 now has a greater understanding of how hard work leads to great performances! Reed Errickson, Grace Griffin, Max Lemeister, Rowan McNeil, and Taylor Shepherd all swam best times EVEREY SWIM! Swimmers tried new events like the 200’s of stroke, 500 free and did amazing! Now we know where we are we can look at setting some lofty goals for the end of our season in March!
Level 5 had 17 awesome swimmers represent Titans at the meet this past weekend. Throughout the last few weeks we have focused on adding interval training into our work outs and really emphasized the importance of swimming fast during practice. Each of our level 5 swimmers has set great goals for this season and have been working very hard at practice with these goals in mind. All of our hard work definitely paid off as we were able to see over 60 new best times and multiple swimmers trying new and longer events! We were impressed and happy to see our swimmers continue to improve in their 50s and 100s as well as pick up some new events like the 500 free and 200s of stroke. We are looking forward to continuing to work hard in practice and see more time drops throughout the season! Great job level 5!
Level 6 was another group that pulled together some truly great swims. Fifteen new events conquered, 59 personal best times, and only 1 DQ! Amazing! Level 6 has done well in the first part of our season even with so many missing due to school sports. They have been improving strokes and are only starting to get into the training part of our season. Several swimmers swam best times every time, congratulations to Tommy Baxter, Rammy Ben Jaballah, Salim Ben Jaballa, Page Glor, Payton Glor, and Claire Malkiewicz for doing this amazing feat! This group has had determination and great effort in practice that set them up for success this meet, now we need to go back to work! Great job to all!
Level 7-8 got off to a great start to the season with over 50 personal best times. Highlighted by Kristina Clouser with 4, Madison Fragale with 3, Natalie Fritch with 3, Laruen Levy 2 and a Team record, Aidan Morgan with 5, Connor Morrissey with 3, Chris Signore with 5, Bailey Wiegand with 4, and Jakob Wiegand with 3. Good Luck to the Girls at All Catholic’s and HS sectional.
Also Congrats to those girls that Have qualified for States (Gillian Boal, Maya Flash, Lauren Levy, Lily Dimmig, Carolyn Deboth)
The document tmiresultsname.pdf was attached to this post.
Fall Start up dates
Level 7-8 Sept 5th
Level 5-6 Sept 8th
Level 2-4 Sept 15th
SD/Level 1 Sept 17th
A totally amazing meet! So many Titans turned out for the final swims of the summer, that alone was awesome! When you look at the results it was totally amazing! numorous personal bests, many new swims, an 11 year old record broken in the 13-14 50 Fly by Lauren Levy, and a great end to a fantastic summer of swimming.
This week we had 2 stroke development and 4 level one swimmers compete at our End of the Summer Meet. There were best times in multiple events from Yasmin Ramsey and Michael Scibetta, way to go! This was a first meet for many of our swimmers and we are very proud of what they have accomplished this season! Have a great summer and we look forward to seeing you back in the Fall!
Level 3 and 4 did an incredible job at the End of Summer meet. We were represented by 30 swimmers from both of these levels. We have been working very hard this summer, focusing on our technique, turns and underwaters. All of our hard work seems to have really paid off as we were able to see over 100 best times collectively. We were very impressed with everyone who tried new and longer events including Abigael Wager who did an awesome job in her first 500 freestyle and Madeline Scibetta who was able to drop 27 seconds in her 500. We were so happy to see both level 3 and 4 do so well and end the summer on a great note. Great job to everyone that participated, enjoy the rest of summer!
Level’s 5 & 6 trained together all summer and they put in strong practices leading to some solid swims. Level 5’s Six Swimmers pulled together 15 best times and zero DQ’s to end the summer on a high note. While level 6 had an amazing 18 swimmers compile 78 best times, 9 new swims, and zero DQ’s! New swims ranged form the 100 Fly to the 400 IM and ALL SWIMMERS did an amazing job! We had 14 swimmers end the summer with best times in every swim, Tom Baxter, Karynn Clouser, Lindsay Deboth, Lauren Devin, Matt Drews, Victor Fritsch, Paige Glor, Peyton Glor, Caleb Gorney, Rebecca Korsh, Claire Malkiewicz, Alaina Roberts, Chris Signore, and Peyton Taylor pulled off the not so easy task at this stage of their careers. All have so much to be proud of and look forward too.
Level 7-8 had a tremendous meet with alot of best time, a team record in the 13-14 50 fly, and we had had some final career swims as our seniors head of to college. Martina Sinatra, Peter Castiglia, Allison Borowiak, and Kameron Clouser swan there last meet as a Titan before heading of to college. Hopefully they will be joining us over breaks and next summer. We wish all the senior the best and again hope they all join us in the future.
Enjoy the break and recharge for the Short Course season
The document tmiresultsname_39_.pdf was attached to this post.