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Aqua Club swimmers drop times

| Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, 5:57 p.m.

The Norwin Aqua Club competed in the first USA Swimming meet at Fox Chapel on Oct. 28-29.

Gold Cap winners included Willow Bixler (11-12 girls): 18-second drop in the 200-yard backstroke; Nicholas Cormas (9-10 boys): 23-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Micah Gaydos (13-14 boys): 10-second drop in the 200 freestyle and 13-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Victoria Heffelfinger (13-14 girls): 12-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Maegan Jordan (13-14 girls): 22-second drop in 500 freestyle; Nathan Kostrobala (11-12 boys): 11-second drop in the 100 butterfly, 17-second drop in the 200 backstroke, 19-second drop in 200 IM and 23-second drop in the 200 breaststroke; Josh Ligus (15-18 boys): over 1-minute drop in the 500 freestyle; Anna Little (11-12 girls): 11-second drop in the 200 IM; Connor Lydon (11-12 boys): 11-second drop in the 200 IM; Noah Mulac (11-12 boys): 11-second drop in the 200 IM; Manya Olshanski (13-14 girls): 18-second drop in the 200 butterfly; Riley Pratt (11-12 girls): 17-second drop in the 500 freestyle; and Emilie Watson (13-14 girls): 12-second drop in the 200 freestyle, 18-second drop in the 200 IM and 200 backstroke.

The Norwin Aqua Club traveled to Woodland Hills to compete in Woodland Hills Aqua Team Mini/Distance Meet on Nov. 3-5.

Gold Cap winners included Chloe Black (11-12 girls): 28-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Micah Gaydos (13-14 boys): over 1-minute drop in the 1,000 freestyle; Victoria Heffelfinger (13-14 girls): 27-second drop in the 1,000 freestyle; Jessica Kessler (13-14 girls): 16-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Anna Little (11-12 girls): 20-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Connor Lydon (11-12 boys): 38-second drop in the 500 freestyle; Riley Pratt(11-12 girls): 47-second drop in the 1,000 freestyle; and Tyler Turgeon (9-10 boys): 13-second drop in the 500 freestyle.

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