Occoquan Swimming

PVS October Open

PGS&LC, Oct. 18-20

Angus MacDonald broke one team record and combined with Kirk Harbaugh, Amy Crider and Ashley Fitzgerald for 10 first-place finishes and 27 top-place finishes.

MacDonald, 10, competing for the first time in the 200-yard butterfly, swam a team record 2:57.35 to finish fourth in the 9-12 age division. MacDonald won four events, the 9-10 50 free (29.48/AAA), 50 fly (32.42), 100 IM and 50 back. He finished second in the 50 breast and third in the 200 back.

Harbaugh, 12, won four events, the 50 back (31.72), 50 breast (35.27), 100 breast (1:18.49) and 200 IM. He added a second-place finish in the 200 back and a pair of fourths in the 200 breast and 100 fly events. Harbaugh was Occoquan's most prolific scorer of the meet.

Crider, 12, won the 100 back, and had second-place finishes in the 50 back, 100 IM and 200 fly. She posted thirds in the Open 400 IM and 50 fly, and swam the 100 breast for the first time, finishing fifth.

Fitzgerald, 12, won the 200 back (2:28.53/AAA), finished third in the 50 back, 100 back and 100 fly, fourth in the 50 fly and 500 free and fifth in the 200 breast and 50 free.

Other winners were Arlen Connolly, Open 1,000 free (10:51.69); Brianne Connolly, 13 and over 50 back; Meg Dvorak, 11-12 200 free (2:07.24/AAA); Kerry Urso, Open 1,000 free; and Ashley Wells, 13 and over 50 breast.

Second place: Girls -- Kasey Bushmire, 12, 500 free, 200 back; Dvorak, 12, 100 free, back, fly; Sarah Lindberg, 16, 1,000 free; Rachel Lund, 10, 50 free, 100 breast, IM; Andrea Tom, 16, 50 fly; Urso, 16, 200 free, 400 IM; Wells, 15, 100 breast. Boys -- Arlen Connolly, 16, 100 back, breast, 200 breast, 400 IM; Thomas Hale-Kupiec, 14, 50 breast.

Third place: Girls -- Bushmire, 100 IM; Dvorak, 200 IM; Britany Higdon, 10, 50 back; Lund, 200 free; Liz Penning, 16, 1,000 free, 100, 200 fly; Ashley Prescott, 12, 200 fly; Urso, 500 free; Mandy Vincent, 10, 50 fly; Laura Wainman, 14, 50 breast. Boys -- Brad Blair, 15, 1,000 free; Josh Brisini, 16, 200 breast, 400 IM; Mike Graveen, 13, 50 fly; Paul Koshetar, 17, 100 breast; Eric Sargent, 11, 200 IM; Jake Stronko, 11, 100 fly.

Fourth place: Girls -- Dvorak, 100 breast; Kelley Gordon, 12, 50 breast; Amanda Hauck, 14, 200 breast; Higdon, 200 IM; Prescott, 200 free, breast, 1,000 free; Taylor Schomp, 11, 200 back; Andrea Toro, 17, 200 fly; Urso, 200 back, IM; Vincent, 100 breast; Wells, 400 IM. Boys -- Blair, 500 free, 200, 400 IM; Brisini, 50 breast; A. Connolly, 50 free; Graveen, 200 fly; Koshetar, 100, 200 back; Andrew MacGregor, 14, 1,000 free; Matt Verducci, 11, 200 back.

Fifth place: Girls -- Christine Anastasio, 10, 100 fly; Bushmire, 100 back, 200 IM; Ellen Hagen, 11, 50 breast; Hauck, 400 IM; Lindberg, 500 free; Erin McCreary, 12, 100 IM; Christen McDonough, 10, 50 breast; Penning, 200 free; Ariel Rodgers, 12, 100 fly; Urso, 100 breast; Wells, 1,000 free. Boys -- David Basinger, 9, 100 fly; Brisini, 200 IM; Cougar Hagen, 10, 100 breast; Hale-Kupiec, 200 back; Devin Jansen, 11, 100 free; Koshetar, 200 free; MacGregor, 400 IM; Sargent, 50 breast; Stronko, 100 back; Chris Sweeney, 13, 200 fly; Matt Tonnesen, 15, 1,000 free; Verducci, 200 IM; Eric Wenzinger, 10, 50 back.

Sixth place: Girls -- Bushmire, 200 free, 50 back; Lauren Dill, 11, 50 breast; Higdon, 200 fly; Lindberg, 200 free, IM; Danielle Markiewicz, 12, 100 IM; Haley Nowak, 10, 50 free; Prescott, 50 free, 100 back; Katie Saar, 11, 200 breast; Kristyn Schomp, 15, 1,000 free; Toro, 400 IM; Vincent, 50 back; Wainman, 50 fly. Boys -- Blair, 100 fly; Brisini, 200 free; Graveen, 1,000 free; Marck Jaeger, 11, 200 back; Jansen, 50 breast; Lee Lamphear, 10, 200 free; MacGregor, 50, 500 free; Sargent, 100 free; Stronko, 50 back; Verducci, 100 fly.

Harvest Moon Invitational

Herndon, Oct. 12-13

Matt Penning, 12, and Angus MacDonald, 10, broke team records in the 100 butterfly, and Penning and Meg Dvorak, 12, took overall high point awards.

Penning finished first in the 100 fly (team record 1:04.68/AAA), 200 free (2:06.66/AA) and 200 IM (2:22.24/AAA). He added second-place finishes in the 100 back and 100 free and a fourth in the 100 breast.

MacDonald had six top-place finishes, including first in the 100 back, second in the 100 free and third in the 100 fly (team record 1:18.38), 100 breast and 200 IM.

Dvorak finished first in the 100 IM (1:06.70/AAA), 50 free (26.88/AAA) and 50 breast (36.08/AA). She added fourth-place finishes in the 100 free and the 50 back and a fifth in the 50 fly.

Other top-place finishers included: Girls -- Ashley Fitzgerald, 12, fifth, 100 IM, 50 free; sixth, 50 fly, 50 back; eighth, 100 free; Nicole Haynes, 9, seventh, 50 back; Rachel Lund, third, 100 IM, 50 fly; fifth, 50 free, 50 back; seventh, 100 free; Briana Murphy, 9, fifth, 100 back; Ashley Prescott, fifth, 200 free; Taylor Schomp, 11, third, 200 IM; fourth, 100 free, 100 fly; fifth, 200 free, 100 back; eighth, 100 breast; Mackenzie Soniak, 11, third, 100 back; eighth, 200 free. Boys -- Brandon Anderson, 9, eighth, 50 fly; David Basinger, 9, sixth, 50 fly; Alec Chamberlain, 9, fifth, 100 breast; Ryan Dunne, 9, eighth, 100 free; Kirk Harbaugh, 12, sixth, 100 back; seventh, 200 IM, 100 breast, 100 fly; eighth, 100 free; Marck Jaeger, 11, fifth, 100 fly; Devin Jansen, 11, fifth, 50 fly, 50 free; sixth, 50 back; seventh, 100 free; eighth, 100 IM; Eric Sargent, 11, eighth, 50 back; Eric Wenzinger, sixth, 100 breast, 100 IM.

QDD

Fall Festival

Freedom Center, Oct. 19-20

Austin Johnson, 12, posted a nationally recognized Top 16 time (2:12.38) in the 200 fly, shattering Kenny Flory's 1995 team record (2:23.61). Johnson added a AAAA time (11:22.21) in the 1,000 free.

Other swimmers who achieved AAAA times: Courtney Alles in the 400 IM, in which she ranks No. 1 in the state; Caitlin Perks, 12, in the 100 free; Josh Friedel, 10, in the 50 fly; and Nina Gonzales in the 100 breast.

Friedel and Zack Hayden finished first in all their events with both achieving 100 percent time improvements. The team had more than 1,100 time improvements by 280 swimmers.

Notes: United States Swimming recently published the 2002 Short Course National Top 16 times, and QDD's Steven Loccisano, 12, was fourth in the United States in the 50 free, third in the 50 back, seventh in the 100 back and ninth in the 100 fly. The swims were accomplished in December 2001. Olympian Jeff Rouse is the only other QDD swimmer ever to place so high in so many events. . . .

Prince William resident Katie Doggett (Thomas Jefferson) was named high school all-American in the 100 back. She's a freshman at William and Mary this year.

Prince William Swim Club

Fall Festival

Freedom Center, Oct. 19-20

Kali Gaskill, 12, broke five team records, posted four AAAA times, won three races and finished second in three others.

Other top finishers included: Stacy Graves, fourth, 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM; Kelsi Gaskill, third, 50 free; seventh, 100 free, 50 back; Jacob Barone, first, 100 IM; second, 50 breast, 100 free; third, 100 fly; fourth, 50 fly; Zack Barone, eighth, 100 fly; James Burns, fifth, 50 breast; sixth, 50 back; seventh, 100 breast; Carly Keith, third, 100 back; fourth, 100 free; fifth, 100 fly; Ben Neuhaus, eighth, 200 back; Chris Saccoccia, sixth; Connor Schwalm, second, 100 back; third, 50 breast, 100 IM; fourth, 50 back; sixth, 50 fly; Laura Sobers, eighth, 200 back; Chris Watson, third, 1,650 free; seventh, 100 back; sixth, 100 free; eighth, 100 fly.

PWSC swimmers posted 165 personal best times during the meet.

PWSI

Travel Results

Oct. 27

Under-15 Girls

PWSI Twisters (Black)

0-3 -- 3

Reston Legend

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- PWSI: Brittany Croce (2), Ashley Meehan. Assists -- PWSI: Brittany Croce.

Under-13 Girls

PWSI Nemesis

0-1 -- 1

LMVSA Patriots

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- PWSI: Caitlin Maats. Assists -- PWSI: Laura Kronenberg.

Under-11 Boys

PWSI Galaxy

2-1 -- 3

Stafford Stampede

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- PWSI: Bill Story, Michael Larrabee, Matthew Bartosch. Saves -- Stafford 6, PWSI 10 (Zack Szwed 4, Thomas MacGregor 6). Coaches' standouts -- PWSI: Michael Larrabee, Tyler Powell, Adam Thamel.

House Results

Under-6 Instructional

Superstars

6-5 -- 11

Gators/Lil Ninjas

0-0 -- 0

Goals -- Superstars: Ryan DeWillis (6), Madison Morningstar (4), Lawson Long. Coaches' standouts -- Gators/Lil Ninjas: Caitlin St. Amour, Amber Vannaman, Allen Parker, Brandon Gillard. Superstars: Ryan DeWillis, Madison Morningstar, Matthew Samuels, Brian Zylch.

Timber Wolves

2-1 -- 3

Dragons

1-1 -- 2

Coaches' standouts -- Timber Wolves: Nicholas Youngblood, Madeline Newbanks-Blocker, Tyler Deaver, Joaquin Garcia. Dragons: Brianna Bassie, Nick McGuirl, Dylan Swartz, Forrest Vicars.

Volcanoes

2-2 -- 4

Black Knights

1-2 -- 3

Goals -- Volcanoes: Stephen Richers (3), Elijah White. Knights: Christian Derboghossian, Jessica Derboghossian (2). Coaches' standouts -- Knights: Christian Lorincz, Aandy Walters, Joey Gleason, Emma Woods. Volcanoes: Hannah Wilson, Kipp Dunn, Toby Doyle, Kevin Nino.

Pirates

2-1 -- 3

Green Clovers

0-2 -- 2

Goals -- Clovers: Noah Boorona, Jeremy McCathern. Pirates: Grant Willis, Connor Gailliot (2). Coaches' standouts -- Clovers: Noah Boorona, Jeremy McCathern, Delaney Corthell, Haylee Boyd. Pirates: Grant Willis, Connor Gailliot, Katie Argueta, Thomas Soliday.

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