WTSC RECAP!

Coach Chelsea:

Amara Anderson’s first swim meet was a success! This was Amara’s very first club meet! Amara has been working really hard at practice and it is paying off! Amara established good base times at the meet and has set some goals she wishes to accomplish by the end of the season! Great first meet of the season!

 

Coach Jordan:

The winter invite at North Central went off pretty much how I felt like it would have. The swimmers have been spending a lot of the first two meets cutting times, “trimming the fat” off each of their strokes. And to see each of them come to the meet, swim their best, and still achieved times that were right at, or a little off their best times. This only tells me that the trimming worked, not to mention the kids have hit the hard part of the season. I could not be happier with where we are as a team after this meet and am looking forward to what we are doing.

Coach Annalisa:

We had awesome swims from many swimmers this past weekend at the WTSC Holiday Championships! Let’s start with the Tigers. Catherine Grasso rocked it out at her first meet of the season, dropping time in 7 events and making it back to swim in the consolation heat at finals in both the 100 and 200 backstroke. McKenna  Alexander posted impressive time drops in 5 events at her first meet of the season, including a 13 second drop in the 200 free. Alexis Finney  was on fire this weekend, swimming events for the first time and getting best times in all events swam. Keep up the hard work Tigers! Let’s not forget about our Jags. Ellie Alexander posted a best time in the 100 breaststroke made it back to swim in the consolation heat of finals in the 50 and 100 free. Logan Barnard continues to shed time off of his swims, including a huge 14 second drop in the 100 back. Ian Clausen swam fast at his first meet of the season, dropping time in the 50 and 100 freestyle. Molly Crosby raced her way through the weekend, posting best times in the 200 IM, 50 breaststroke, and 100 backstroke. Mason Kennedy competed in his first meet of the season, dropping time in 5 events! Madalynn Parker had great swims throughout the weekend, including swimming the 200 IM and 200 free for the first time. Last but not least, newly Jag Grace Huisman swam her way to all best times and top 16 finishes, placing 10th in the 50 back and winning the 50 fly for the 9-10 age group. Way to go Jags! After a fast weekend of swimming, we are refocused and swimming towards our goals. Check us out this next coming weekend at CARD!

 

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Jay County Meet Recap!!

From Coach Chelsea:

Nadia dropped over 12 seconds at Jay County!  She tied for High Point Winner for the 8 and unders!  She swam some of her best times and had tremendous improvements in her stroke.  She had a great first meet!

 

From Coach Jordan:

This weekend was a great success for the Mt Lion group! With returning swimmers: Maria, Anya, Gannon, Carter, Dray, Faith, Dakota and Vanessa, the meet was a great success and a wonderful way to start out our season. On top of some life time best times, times landing where we left off last season, and even a handful of Divisional cuts from Gannon, Carter, Maria and Anya!  Gannon was also the high point winner!  I am so excited to see what the kids have in store for us in the coming months.

 

From Coach Annalisa:

What a GREAT first meet of the season for the Tigers and Jags! We saw numerous personal best times, divisional cuts, and even state cuts. Chloe Duncan posted impressive times throughout the meet, including the 50 and 100 free divisional cuts. Betsy Kemp had fast swims on Saturday and raced her way to a divisional cut in the 50 free. Colton Fauquher started out the season with a bang dropping time in all events, posting a 3 second drop in the 50 fly, Colton was High Point runner up. Ellie Alexander was on fire at the first meet of the season. Highlights include divisional cuts in all events swam, including a 10 second drop in the 200 IM and over a second drop in the 50 free to snag a state cut, Ellie also grabbed the High Point runner up! Logan Barnard’s hard work paid off as he swam his way to all best times in events swam, including a 16 second drop in the 100 free! Madalynn Parker wowed everyone on Saturday with personal best times in every event. The Tigers and Jags are off to a phenomenal start of the season and we look forward to seeing what accomplishments they will make this year!

 

The list of our championship team is under the forms/info tab.  We can’t wait to watch our championship team grow as the season progresses!

WAY TO GO YSC!! 

 

 

 

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Jay County Results and Championship Qualifiers too!!

The Jay County meet results are up and what a great first meet it was!  Check out the meet tab for all results.

Also our list of championship qualifiers is already impressive after just one meet!  Head over to the forms/info tab for all of the latest YSC Tiger Divisional and State qualifiers!  We can’t wait to watch that list grow!  Way to go YSC Tigers!

Coach’s Recap will be up soon!

 

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Jay and Carmel Entries are up!

Jay and Carmel Entries are up!  Please go to the meet schedule/info/results tab and click on the corresponding link to see what events your swimmer is competing in.

Sign ups for New Castle meet are due by October 3rd.

As always, please direct any questions to us at ysctigers@gmail.com

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2014-2015 Winter Calendar

Please click the link below to see our calendar for the 2014-2015 season.  If you have any questions, please email us at ysctigers@gmail.com

 

YSC Calendar SEPT 14 to MAR 15

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