The Countryside Waves Swim Team of Northern Virginia's Colonial Swimming League earned a division championship Saturday by beating the Franklin Farm Froggers in the season finale.

Coach Tom Pollock's 158-member team finished with a 5-0 record in "A" meets. Sixty of those swimmers advance to Saturday's divisionals, to be held at Chase Club pool in Clifton.

Eighteen-year-old Janelle Treon is the only member of the Waves who is aging out. League record holder Jenny Basel, 11, will return next year, as will her sister, Megan, 8, and Travis Clawson, 8, a first-year swimmer. . . .

The Sterling Seahawks set three pool records in defeating the Reflections of Herndon, 312-214, in Saturday's swim meet.

Kate Laczynski set a record for 15-18 girls in the breaststroke; Laczynski, Danielle McCarthy, Megan McCarthy and Cheryl Reedy eclipsed the mark in the 15-18 girls medley relay; and Garrett Hols, Bryan Gallo, Andy Geuss and Kyle Gallo recorded the best time for 15-18 boys medley relay at Four Seasons in Herndon. . . .

Although Ashburn Farm suffered its first defeat of the season July 14 against the Kingstream Kahunas, many Barracudas turned in their best meet performances yet.

Megan Newell broke four team records in the 11-12 girls age group: the 50-meter freestyle (31.75 seconds), the 50 back (37.53), the 50 fly (34.39) and the 100 IM (1:21.12).

Shannon Landers set a league record in the 7-8 girls 25 breast with a time of 22.59, and Stefani Lubore set a team record in the 15-18 girls 50 free with a time of 29.87. . . .

There were several triple winners in the Sugarland Run Dolphins' victory over the Glen Cove Pirates on Saturday.

Josiah Toepfer finished the 13-14 boys 50 free in 28.00 seconds, the 50 back in 35.56 seconds and 50 fly in 32.27. Cecilia Esteban won the 9-10 girls 50 free in 37.77 seconds, the 50 back in 46.23 and 50 breast in 52.02. Veronica Nago took first in the 11-12 girls 50 free (32.96), the 50 back (37.56) and 50 fly (36.50).

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