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2020-21 All Central Virginia young ladies swimming and jumping group

2020-21 All Central Virginia young ladies swimming and jumping group

Bradley kept on supporting her case to being the most enhanced swimmer in Monticello High School history with another noteworthy season. The lesser broke her own VHSL Class 3 state records in the 50 free-form (23.24) and the 100 backstroke (54.40) to rehash as state champion. The UVa submit collaborated with Elisabeth Bendall, Athena Vanyo and Mariam Mithqal to set another Class 3 state record in the 200 mixture transfer (1:44.17). Bradley shut the state meet on the platform, collaborating with Bendall, Eloise Weary and Vanyo to set up another Class 3 state mark in the 200 free-form hand-off (1:36.32).

First group

Athena Vanyo, Monticello

Vanyo put an interjection point on a thrilling secondary school profession at Monticello by winning individual, group and transfer state titles. The UVa underwriter effectively rehashed as VHSL Class 3 state champion in the 100 butterfly (54.83) and was second in the 200 IM (2:04.76). The senior additionally swam a vital leg in both of the Mustangs’ transfer state titles.

Dark Davis, Albemarle

Davis burst into the secondary school swimming season with rave audits because of a champion exhibition at the VHSL Class 5 state swimming and jumping titles for Albemarle. The rookie won the state title in the 200 IM (2:01.16) and was second in the 100 butterfly (54.09) for the Patriots. She likewise collaborated with Cameron Smith, Avery Huang and Rachel Murray to complete second in the 200 mixture transfer (1:47.39). She covered the meet with a runner up finish in the 400 free-form transfer (3:32.41) with Claire Moody, Maddie Wells and Huang.

Abby Fuller, Fluvanna County

Fuller covered off an exciting secondary school profession at Fluvanna County with a couple of all-state exhibitions at the VHSL Class 3 state swimming and jumping titles. The University of Richmond endorser completed second in the 50 free-form (23.27) and was third in the 100 free-form (52.06).

Lily Fitzpatrick, Western Albemarle

Fitzpatrick was a model of consistency for Western Albemarle’s swimming and jumping group this previous season. She earned silver in the 100 breaststroke (1:04.73) at the VHSL Class 3 state swimming and plunging titles and cooperated with Julie Addison, Ellie Schundler and Elle Beaumont to put fourth in the 200 mixture transfer (1:49.61).

Lauren Davis, Fluvanna County

Davis substantiated herself as one of the top jumpers in the state with a strong exertion during the VHSL Class 3 state swimming and plunging titles. The Fluvanna County senior brought home second place respects in the 1-meter jumping contest with a score of 357.85 focuses.

Avery Huang, Albemarle

Huang gave incredible authority and execution to Albemarle’s young ladies swimming club during this current season’s VHSL Class 5 state swimming and plunging titles. The lesser swimmer completed third in both the 200 IM (57.40) and the 100 breaststroke (1:07.11) to assist the Patriots with backing the group standings. She additionally was a vital entertainer in two all-state hand-off groups.

Elisabeth Bendall, Monticello

Bendall is important for another in the solid harvest of swimmers at Monticello that keep on raising their degree of contest each time they take the pool. The lesser was fifth in the 100 breaststroke (1:06.88) and seventh in the 200 IM (2:12.32) for a Mustangs group that caught the VHSL Class 3 state title. The Northeastern University submit likewise was an individual from two state record-holding hand-off crews.

Cameron Smith, Albemarle

Smith took advantage of her first season with the Albemarle High School young ladies swimming club, earning all-state respects. The first year recruit swimmer set fifth in the 200 IM (2:11.79) at the VHSL Class 5 state swimming and jumping titles and was a critical part of Albemarle’s 200 mixture hand-off group that procured all-state praises.

Maddie Wells, Albemarle

Wells was a power in the runs for the Albemarle young ladies swimming club during the VHSL Class 5 state swimming and jumping titles. The lesser completed fifth in an extremely amazing field in the 100 free-form (54.46) for the Patriots. She additionally performed outstandingly for Albemarle on the all-state 400-free-form transfer group.

Julie Addison, Western Albemarle

Addison featured a rundown of solid underclassmen swimmers that had an effect for Western Albemarle’s young ladies swimming club’s hurried to a runner up finish at the VHSL Class 3 state meet. The sophomore completed 6th in the 200 IM (2:09.54) and the 100 backstroke (58.81) for the Warriors.

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