Fairfax Station resident Brandon Fabian (age group 13-14) broke four Colonial Swim League (CSL) Yard records this summer, swimming for the Barrington Blue Fins Swim Team.
The Oakton Otter divers prevailed over Rolling Hills on Tuesday, July 17, with a score of 38 to 30, bringing their win-loss record to 1 and 3.
It is said that all good things must come to an end and so it was on Saturday as the final meets of the Reston Swim Team Association (RSTA) regular season took place under a hot, humid day.
The Langley Wildthings were back on top this week with a big win over Riverside Gardens.
The undefeated River Bend StingRays beat Westwood (300-216) to win their fourth consecutive DCCL Blue Division Championship.
Area Swimming Report
Fairfax Station, Hunt Valley, Little Rocky Run, Burke Station win.
Ronan Lauinger breaks CSL's 25-yard breaststroke record.
The Oakton Otters dive team defeated Tuckahoe.
Five more pool records set.
Five pool records set in hot weather.
The RiverBend StingRays defeated International Country Club, 326.5-189.5.
The Langley Wildthings swim team defeated the Waynewood Dolphins, 221-199.
The McLean swim team defeated Highlands Swim, 246-174 on July 7.
Chesterbrook defeated Vienna Woods, 323-97 on July 7.
The WGCC swim team defeated Congressional, 300-142.
Well, if you needed something to do this week and you were a member of the Sequoia Farms swim team, you certainly were in luck. There was the “IM Tough” meet on Monday, the “Tri-Meet” on Wednesday, the “Dual Meet” on Saturday, then the “Relay Carnival” on Sunday. Or, as many families in Northern Virginia might say during this time of year, “it was all swimming — all the time.”