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BROWARD COUNTY SWIMMING HONOR ROLL

November 8, 2010 (Updated After Regions)

GIRLS



200-yard Medley Relay:

1. American Heritage (Lauren Driscoll, Lindsey McKnight, Chantal Bouthillier, Jessica Randolph) 1:47.14, 2. Pine Crest 1:49.38, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:52.85, 4. Douglas 1:53.25, 5. Cardinal Gibbons 1:53.93, 6. University School 1:54.56.  

200-yard Freestyle: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 1:48.33, 2. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 1:50.77, 3. Alina Schulhofer, PC 1:51.41, 4. Damaris Iriondo, STA 1:52.36, 5. Brittany Hammond, PC 1:53.66, 6. Jessica Randolph, AH 1:54.67.

200-yard Individual Medley: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 2:03.97, 2. Clara Smiddy, SFH 2:04.57, 3. Lindsey McKnight, AH 2:05.69, 4. Rebecca Aiello, PC 2:07.67, 5. Emily Kopas, US 2:07.68, 6. Mallory McKeon, PC 2:09.42.

50-yard Freestyle:

1. Jessica Nederlanden, WA 23.83, 2. Lindsey McKnight, AH 23.96, 3. Clara Smiddy, SFH 24.25, 4. Becky DeRogatis, CG 24.32, 5. Ainsley Anderton, SFH 24.38, 6. Stephanie Moeller, PC 24.80.

100-yard Butterfly: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 58.31, 2. Juana Vargas, STA 58.69, 3. Miriyam Ghali, PC 59.54, 4. Sivan Fraiman, POJW 59.72, 5. Chantal Bouthillier, AH 59.77, 6. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 59.98.

1-meter Springboard Diving:

1. Patti Kranz, WA 527.35, 2. Marina Nazario, STA 483.85, 3. Carl Alexander, STA 463.65, 4. Julia Hackett, STA 399.10, 5. Erinn Wolfe, FL 394.10, 6. Jennifer Aguirre, PC 376.25.

100-yard Freestyle: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 50.35; 2. Clara Smiddy, SFH 51.50, 3. Lauren Driscoll, AH 51.76; 4. Jessica Randolph, AH 52.76, 5. Alina Schulhofer, PC 53.50, 6. Jenna Moodie, CB 53.90.

500-yard Freestyle: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 4:47.29, 2. Lindsey McKnight, AH 4:56, 3. Clara Smiddy, SFH 4:59.00, 4. Alina Schulhofer, PC 4:59:20.15, 5. Brittany Hammond, PC 5:00.30, 6. Rebecca Aiello, PC 5:01.99.

200-yard Freestyle Relay: 1. Pine Crest (Alina Schulhofer, Rebecca Aiello, Stephanie Moeller, Brittany Hammond) 1:38.43, 2. Westminster Academy 1:40.96, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:41.90, 4. Cardinal Gibbons 1:43.40, 5. Coral Springs Charter 1:44.70, 6. American Heritage 1:44.81.

100-yard Backstroke: 1. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 55.80; 2. Lauren Driscoll, AH 57.65, 3. Jessica Nederlanden, WA 57.86, 4. Lindsey McKnight, AH 58.24, 5. Nikki Jacobs, DB 58.74, 6. Stephanie Moeller, PC 59.21.

100-yard Breaststroke:

1. Emily Kopas, US 1:03.48, 2. Lindsey McKnight, AH 1:04.15, 3. Lindsey Swartz, PC 1:06.10, 4. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 1:07.94; 5. Kaelah Chaney, PC 1:08.63, 6. Anne Kuczynski, DOUG 1:08.98.

400-yard Freestyle Relay: 1. American Heritage (Lauren Driscoll, Jessica Randolph, Chantal Bouthillier, Lindsey McKnight) 3:31.50, 2. Pine Crest 3:34.22, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 3:38.56, 4. Westminster Academy 3:41.24, 5. Cardinal Gibbons 3:43.21, 6. Coral Springs Charter 3:44.05.

GIRLS TEAM RANKINGS

1.Pine Crest, 2. American Heritage, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4. Cardinal Gibbons, 5. Coral Springs Charter.

BOYS



200-yard Medley Relay: 1. Pine Crest (Marcel Betschart, Michal Rokita, Thomas Veale, Gotti Eisenberger) 1:36.59, 2. American Heritage 1:38.35, 3. Westminster Academy 1:38.85, 4. Cardinal Gibbons 1:39.70, 5. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:39.82, 6. Pompano Beach 1:44.00.

200-yard Freestyle: 1. Yousef Alaskari, AH 1:40.75, 2. Thomas Veale, PC 1:40.91, 3. Michael Zislin, CG 1:42.90, 4. Dylan Marsolek, STA 1:43.07, 5. Franco Lupoli, CB 1:43.28, 6. Lance Rutkin, FTL 1:44.07.

200-yard Individual Medley: 1. Ryan Rosenbaum, CG 1:55.06, 2. Adam Dear, PC 1:57.08, 3. Yousef Alaskari, AH 1:57.33, 4. Michael Rokita, PC 1:59.06, 5. Luke Torres, AH 1:59.65, 6. Brandon Goldman, STA 1:59.72.

50-yard Freestyle: 1. Gotti Eisenberger, PC 21.42. 2. Daniel Spas, AH 21.45, 3. Marcel Betschart, PC 21.61, 4. Anthony Barbar, WA 21.67, 5. Austin Saunders, WA 21.74, 6. Charles Williams, DILL 21.94.

100-yard Butterfly: 1. Yousef Alaskari, AH 50.25, 2. Austin Sanders, WA 50.50, 3. Kyle Swackhammer, MCA 50.85, 4. Charles Williams, DILL 51.20, 5. Luke Torres, AH 51.35, 6. Kristo Kertesz, SB 52.81.

1-meter Springboard Diving: 1. Seth Jacobson, CSC 496.60, 2. Zach Laurence, US 446.80, 3. David Sager, US 468.95, 4. John Toomey, NE 444.05, 5. John Harrington, STA 430.65, 6. Diego Arostegui, CGL 407.05.  

100-yard Freestyle: 1. Daniel Spas, AH 46.80, 2. Keegan Boisson-Yates, TAR 47.00, 3. Gotti Eisenberger, PC 47.33, 4. Michael Zislin, CG 47.75, 5. Austin Saunders, WA 48.26, 6. Armand Aguirre, PC 48.51.

500-yard Freestyle:

1. Thomas Veale, PC 4:30.37, 2. Ryan Rosenbaum, CG 4:32.90, 3. Dylan Marsolek, STA 4:37.58, 4. Lance Rutkin, FTL 4:39.56, 5. Austin Evenson, PC 4:40.64, 6. Marco Hosfeld, DOUG 4:42.51.  

200-yard Freestyle Relay: 1. Pine Crest (Marcel Betschart, Gotti Eisenberger, Descartes Holland, Thomas Veale) 1:25.96, 2. Westminster Academy 1:28.49, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:29.75,  4. Cypress Bay 1:31.86, 5. Cardinal Gibbons 1:31.91, 6. Pompano Beach 1:32.81.

100-yard Backstroke: 1. Marcel Betschart, PC 52.15, 2. Victor Vassallo, CG 54.39, 3. Carlo Morante, WB 54.77, 4. Brandon Goldman, STA 55.09, 5. Adam Dear, PC 55.18, 6. Max Fons, STA 55.44.

100-yard Breaststroke: 1. Michal Rokita, PC 58.48, 2. Ryan Rosenbaum, CG 1:00.40, 3. Marc Rojas, PPC 1:00.61, 4. Yousef Alaskari, AH 1:00.90, 5. Matt Zielinski, CG 1:01.05; 6. Kristo Kertesz, SB 1:01.11.

400-yard Freestyle Relay:

1. Pine Crest (Thomas Veale, Marcel Betschart, Armand Aguirre, Gotti Eisenberger) 3:12.05, 2. American Heritage 3:13.52, 3. Cardinal Gibbons 3:16.15, 4. St. Thomas Aquinas 3:18.13, 5. Archbishop McCarthy 3:18.50, 6. Westminster Academy 3:19.23.

BOYS TEAM RANKINGS

1.Pine Crest, 2. American Heritage, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4. Cardinal Gibbons, 5. Westminster Academy.

SOFLO’S TOP PERFORMERS AT REGIONS

Steph Campo, Coral Springs Charter. The eighth grader had her best meet of the season qualifying for two finals and finishing with two eighth places in the 200-yard freestyle in 1:56.90 and 100-yard backstroke in 1:01.51.

Brandon Goldman, St. Thomas Aquinas. The sophomore broke two minutes for the first time in the 200-yard individual medley to finish third in 1:59.72, swam a best time of 55.09 in the 100-yard backstroke to finish fourth and helped lead the Raiders to the Region 4-3A boys team title over defending state champion Miami Palmetto.

Emily Kopas, University School: The freshman earned the No. 1 ranking in the state after knocking off state champion and record holder Lindsey McKnight at the Region 4-1A meet in 1:03.48, an automatic All-American time. She was also second in the 200 IM in another season-best 2:07.68.

Lindsey McKnight, American Heritage. The junior won the 100-yard freestyle in a season-best 50.35, an automatic All-American time and was a member of two winning relays and led the girls team to its first Region 4-1A title since 2003.

Jenna Moodie, Cypress Bay. The sophomore turned in her lifetime best in the 100-yard freestyle to finish second in the Region 4-3A meet. She posted back-to-back best times in prelims (54.61) and finals (53.90).

Valerio Rasi, Grandview Prep. The senior was second in the 200-yard individual medley in 1:58.44 and third in the 100-yard backstroke in 53.74 at the Region 4-1A meet and will make his U.S. debut at the state high school meet.

FHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET SCHEDULE

Thursday, Nov. 11, Class 1A, Orlando YMCA, 9 a.m. finals, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 12, Class 2A, Orlando YMCA, 9 a.m. finals, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 13, Class 3A, Orlando YMCA, 9 a.m., finals 5:30 p.m.

Admission is $8 per session at all state meets.

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HIGH SCHOOL MEET OF THE WEEK

McKnight, Torres Lead American Heritage Past University School, Four SOFLO Swimmers Compete

Lindsey McKnight PLANTATION—The countdown is nearing for high school swimmers and divers for the always-exciting Nov. 11-13 FHSAA State Swimming and Diving Championships in Orlando.

Eleven days of the regular dual meet season remain before district meets begin the week of Oct. 25.

For many it’s “crunch time” for swimmers and coaches to decide on what events to compete in for district meets.

American Heritage and University School used Wednesday’s dual meet to fine tune for the upcoming Class A qualifying meets, arguably the most challenging class in the state.

“It is crunch time,” said American Heritage coach Nobutaka Tan. “My main focus now is to try and get a little more fine tuning especially in the relay exchange.

“I think they are well-focused on the big meets. Kids are kids. They are not always well-focused on the smaller meets especially when they are winning by a lot. They tend to go through the motion and forget that everything they do counts.

“They need to understand that it doesn’t happen the day of the meet they are focusing on. The day of the meet the excitement takes over, the only thing they are thinking of is they want to go right now because they have the lead. If they don’t start thinking about it now, they are going to have a hard time.”

On Wednesday afternoon under overcast skies and led by South Florida Aquatic Club’s Lindsey McKnight and Luke Torres, American Heritage swept University School in both the girls, 122-61, and boys, 120-64, meets at the Patriots’ pool.

McKnight won the 100-yard butterfly in a season-best 58.31 and 100-yard backstroke in 1:02.40 and swam anchor leg on the winning 200-yard freestyle (1:44.81) and 400-yard freestyle relays (3:50.31).

McKnight has successfully bounced back from a disappointing summer. The junior and two-time High School Swimmer of the Year has yet to finalize her events for districts but is leaning toward the 100-yard freestyle and 200-yard individual medley.

“I am still toying with events,” McKnight said. “I am definitely going to swim 100 free, it’s just between the 200 IM and 100 breast.

“This is definitely crunch time but I am not really worried how I do in these meets right here because we’ve had hard practices,” McKnight said. “At this meet I worked on my stroke and relays and not DQ them like I did.”

McKnight has worked hard with six-time Olympic coach Michael Lohberg and her SOFLO teammates in training sessions at Coral Springs Aquatic Club to get back to where she once was.

“I feel like I did before the summer and I am very happy with how things are going,” McKnight said. “I am getting excited about districts, it’s getting close. I always love districts, regionals and states. It’s fun to do and seeing everybody from different schools. The relays are going to be the best.”

McKnight has enjoyed her transition from Douglas to American Heritage this past season and looks forward to the tougher Class A competition. She transferred over the summer.

“I think I get more support here,” McKnight said. “Everyone is always cheering and trying their hardest. I definitely see the difference.”

Torres won the 200-yard freestyle (1:57.40) and 100-yard butterfly (54.50) and was a member of the winning 200-yard medley (1:46.28) and 400-yard freestyle relays (3:23.78).

“Now it’s win our next dual meet and bring out a good attitude and good momentum going into districts,” Tan said. “They know every point will count.”

SOFLO’s Emily and Allison Kopas led University School.

Freshman Emily Kopas won the 100-yard breaststroke in a season-best 1:07.12 and second in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:14.18 behind U.S. national junior team member Lauren Driscoll of American Heritage (2:07.68).

Sisters Emily and Allison Kopas were also members of the Suns’ runner-up 200-yard medley (1:59.12) and 200-yard freestyle (1:50.15) relay teams.

Allison Kopas, a sixth grader, was third in the 100-yard butterfly in 1:09.96 and 100-yard backstroke (1:09.37).

Tan was impressed with University School predicting that the program will be among the best in another few years.

“Emily Kopas is awesome,” Tan said. “It is a fairly new team and they have a lot of young, good talented kids. They are not old enough to become one the ‘big boys’ but in two years when my kids graduate then that’s the dual meets we are going to have to bring in everything I can come up with since the tables will turn. That’s part of the fun.

“For us we have been fortunate the last five years we have had a good group of kids to win most of our dual meets but I know it goes in cycles and soon it will be University School’s time.”

The meet lasted only one hour and 18 minutes, one of the fastest meets held this season.

 

GIRLS RESULTS

American Heritage 122, University School 61

200-yard medley relay: 1. American Heritage (Lauren Driscoll, Dania Banks, Chantal Bouthillier, A. Pacitti) 1:57.59, 2. University School 1:59.12, 3. American Heritage 2:20.50.

200-yard freestyle: 1. Jessica Randolph, AH 2:01.75, 2. A. Pacitti, AH 2:11.84, 3. Bedley, US 2:20.18.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 2:07.68, 2. Emily Kopas, US 2:14.18, 3. Robinson, US 2:21.02.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Dania Banks, AH 25.96, 2. Gomes, AH 27.25, 3. Sands, US 27.71.

1-meter springboard diving: 1. Knaby, US 183.30, 2. Walker, AH 166.15, 3. Outler, US 131.05.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 58.31, 2. Chantal Bouthillier, AH 1:02.71, 3. Basch, US 1:18.81.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 55.43, 2. Ana Rodriguez, AH 1:00.34, 3. Bess, AH 1:04.31.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Jessica Randolph, AH 5:24.87, 2. Robinson, US 5:28.12, 3. Pacitti, AH 5:48.06.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage (Dania Banks, Jessica Randolph, Ana Rodriguez, Lindsey McKnight) 1:44.81, 2. University School (Sands, A. Kopas, E. Kopas, Robinson) 1:50.15, 3. American Heritage 1:57.37.

100-yard backstroke: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 1:02.40, 2. Gomes, AH 1:08.93, 3. Basch, US 1:18.06.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Emily Kopas, US 1:07.12, 2. Dania Banks, AH 1:13.40, 3. Chantal Bouthillier, AH 1:15.87.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage (Lauren Driscoll, Jessica Randolph, Chantal Bouthillier, Lindsey McKnight) 3:50.31, 2. American Heritage 4:22.21, 3. University School 4:37.44.

BOYS RESULTS

American Heritage 120, University School 64

200-yard medley relay: 1. American Heritage (Yousef Alaskari, Jose Serra, Luke Torres, Branca) 1:46.28, 3. University School 1:55.84, 3. American Heritage 1:59.84.

200-yard freestyle: 1. Luke Torres, AH 1:57.40, 2. Oberndorfer, US 2:00.12, 3. Lynn, US 2:00.87.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Digby Nothard, AH 2:08.46, 2. Y Al- Mussalam, AH 2:30.00, 3. Meles, US 2:34.75.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Daniel Spas, AH 22.34, 2. Zalduondo, US 24.62, 3. Alex Bronca, AH 26.06.

1-meter springboard diving: 1. David Sager, US 245.70, 2. Laurence, US 244.20, 3. Osborn, US 137.30.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Luke Torres, AH 54.50, 2. Digby Nothard, AH 56.58, 3. Witcher, AH 1:03.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Jose Serra, AH 52.31, 2. T. Osborne, AH 55.53, 3. Zalduondo, US 1:00.63.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Yousef Alaskari, AH 4:42.81, 2. S. Oberndorfer, US 5:19.56, 3. N. Oberndorfer, US 5:37.90.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage (Bronca, Serra, Nothard, Spas) 1:37.59, 2. American Heritage 1:54.34, 3. University School 1:59.21.

100-yard backstroke: 1. Daniel Spas, AH 56.53, 2. Lynn, US 1:04.87, 3. N. Oberndorfer, US 1:09.0.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Jose Serra, AH 1:00.90, 2. Yousef Alaskari, AH 1:10.28, 3. Y. Al-Mussalam, AH 1:15.53.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage (Luke Torres, Digby Nothard, Yousef Alaskari, Daniel Spas) 3:23.78, 2. University School 3:44.84, 3. American Heritage 3:55.28.

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BROWARD COUNTY SWIMMING HONOR ROLL

October 18, 2010 (Updated After BCAAs)

 

GIRLS


200-yard Medley Relay:
1. American Heritage (Lauren Driscoll, Lindsey McKnight, Chantal Bouthillier, Jessica Randolph) 1:47.14, 2. Pine Crest 1:51.45, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas 1:54.50, 4. Cardinal Gibbons 1:56.00, 5. Coral Springs Charter 1:56.76, 6. Douglas 1:56.87. 

200-yard Freestyle: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 1:48.33, 2. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 1:50.77, 3. Damaris Iriondo, STA 1:52.43, 4. Alina Schulhofer, PC 1:53.68, 5. Jessica Randolph, AH 1:54.67, 6. Brittany Hammond, PC 1:55.33.

200-yard Individual Medley: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 2:03.97, 2. Lindsey McKnight, AH 2:05.69, 3. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 2:07.52,  4. Emily Kopas, US 2:10.80, 5. Rebecca Aiello, PC 2:11.53, 6. Brittany Hammond, PC 2:12.05.
50-yard Freestyle: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 23.96, 2. Clara Smiddy, SFH 24.25, 3. Jessica Nederlanden, WA 24.37, 4. Ainsley Anderton, SFH 24.38, 5. Becky DeRogatis, CG 24.84, 6. Linea Cutter, DOUG 25.07.

100-yard Butterfly: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 58.31, 2. Juana Vargas, STA 58.69, 3. Rebecca Aiello, PC 1:00.20, 4. Mikaela Michalowitz, STA 1:00.46. 5. Miriam Crispo, STA 1:00.47, 6. Clara Smiddy, HEAT 1:00.50.

1-meter Springboard Diving: 1. Patti Kranz, WA 527.35, 2. Jennifer Aguirre, PC 376.25, 3. Carson Knaby, US 342.90, 4. Marina Nazario, STA 276.90, 5. Ebony Calloway, PC 315.70, 6. Gaby Mele, SP 257.95.

100-yard Freestyle: 1. Lindsey McKnight, AH 51.57; 2. Clara Smiddy, SFH 51.50, 3. Lauren Driscoll, AH 51.76; 4. Alina Schulhofer, PC 53.50, 5. Zoie Balthazar, SP 54.04, 6. Jenna Moodie, CB 54.11.

500-yard Freestyle: 1. Lauren Driscoll, AH 4:47.29, 2. Lindsey McKnight, AH 4:56, 3. Damaris Iriondo, STA 5:04.50; 4. Jessica Randolph, AH 5:04.68, 5. Brittany Hammond, PC 5:05.33, 6. Alina Schulhofer, PC 5:07.00.

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