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July 17, 2015

CFSC wins Tri-County regional meet

Photo/Chuck Jackson
Fauquier County swimmers dive in the girls 50-meter freestyle during the Tr-County Swim League regional meet Friday night. Chestnut Forks Swim Club beat Fauquier Swim Club by 19.5 points to win the meet.
Tri-County Swim League concluded the regular season Friday night with its annual regional meet.

The marathon 6 ½-hour affair proved not only an endurance but closer than many thought possible.

Regular-season champion Chestnut Forks (5-0) scored 324 points, beating second-place Fauquier Swim Club by 19.5 points.

Culpeper Swim Club took third (245 points) followed by Orange Community (201 points) and Fauquier Springs Country Club, fifth with 98.5 points.

“The kids have worked hard these last eight weeks,” Chestnut Forks Coach Cherie Adair said. “(Friday) night all their hard work paid off. Many swimmers have been training to master their technique. For many, it all came together.”

Robert Blashill, head Coach for Fauquier Springs also had high praise for his swimmers.

“It was a great meet characterized by tremendous team spirit and sportsmanship,” Coach Blashill said. “They had huge improvements in time, winning events and swims faster than the all-star cuts.

Coach Blashill added he believes the FSCC members finally believe in what they can do.

“Parents, swimmers and coaches took this meet seriously,” Coach Blashill said. “I experienced a newly born culture of swimming at FSCC like never before.

“They showed me how much they loved the sport and I will always remember and treasure that moment.”

Tri-County's all-star competition concludes with a meet at Chestnut Forks Saturday.


Tri-County Swim League regional meet

Team scores

1. Chestnut Forks 324
2. Fauquier Springs 305.5
3. Culpeper 245
4. Orange 201
5. Fauquier Springs 98.5


Winning Fauquier County Swimmers

Girls


8 and under 25-meter Butterfly

Sadie Seaborn, Fauquier Swim Club (FSC)


9-10 25-Fly

Erin Irvin, Fauquier Springs Country Club (FSCC)


11-12 50-Fly

Ella Irvin, FSCC


15-18 50-Fly

Cat Pechie, FSC


8 and under 25-Freestyle

Fahren Wilcox, FSCC


13-14 50-Free

Erin Frederick, FSC


9-10 25-Free

Canter Watkins, FSC


8 and under 25-Breaststroke

Caroline Agee, Chestnut Forks Swim Club (CFSC)


9-10 25-Breast

Zach Sickler, CFSC


11-12 50-Breast

Ava Hayes, CFSC


8 and under 25-Backstroke

Catherine Richards, CFSC


14 and Under 100-Individual Medley

Ella Irvin, FSCC


13-18 100-Medley Relay

FSC: (Ana Gomez, Therese Pechie, Cat Pechie, Bethany Boston)



Boys


9-10 25-Fly

Peter Hassan, CFSC


11-12 50-Fly

Edward Velarde, CFSC


13-14 50-Fly

Nick McCloskey, CFSC


15-18 50-Fly
Joseph Fisher, FSC


9-10 25-Free

Andrew Homenik, CFSC


11-12 50-Free

Jacob Timko, FSC


13-14 50-Free

Dean Yunghans, FSC


15-18 50-Free

Carl Yunghans, FSC


9-10 25-Breast

Zach Sickler, CFSC


11-12 50-Breast

William Frederick, FSC


13-14 50-Breast

Joseph Prince, FSCC


11-12 50-Back (tie)

Ethan Homenrik, CFSC
Jacob Timko, FSC


13-14 50-Back

Dean Yunghans, FSC


15-18 50-Back

Tommy Cummins, FSC


15=18 100-IM

Carl Yunghans, FSC


Mixed


8 and under 100-Free Relay

CFSC-B: (Ryan Sickler, Meg Blanchette, Matthew Polster, David Ponn)


12 and under 100-Medley Relay
CFSC A: (Jenna Minter, Ava Hughes, Evan Hamilton, Edward Velarde)
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