From Lake Ridge Lancers head coach Kristen Misencik:
161 Lake Ridge Lancers swam tough against the much larger Barracudas and Stingrays teams and pulled off the White Division Championship win. The final score was Lancers (3,913); Ashland (3,841.5); Ridgewood (3,749.5). The Lancers achieved 51 percent best times, and had an all-time team-low thirteen individual disqualifications. Cameron Young broke his own team record for the Lancers in the 50 meter backstroke with a time of 29.61.
Both 11-12 boys relays, comprised of Josh DeLeoz, Tyler Misencik, Corey Shepard, and Tristan Zambrano, notched 1st and 2nd in the entire Prince William Swim League with a 100 Meter Free Relay time of 58.89 and a 100 Medley Relay time of 1:07.62. The 9-10 boys 100 Meter Free Relay (Drew Early, JoeJoe Mazzoccoli, Josh Ramirez, and Michael Schaefer) grabbed 2nd place in the league with a time of 1:07.19. The 8 & Under 100 Meter Mixed Medley Relay (Lori Anne Madison, Mitchell Nicolai, Peyton Ray, and Adam Shepard) secured 3rd place in the entire league with a time of 1:28.07.
Other 3rd place individual league winners were Joshua DeLeoz- boys 11/12 50 Meter Breast (39.42), Mitchell Nicolai- boys 8 & U 25 Meter Breast (24.84), Adam Shepard- boys 8 & U 25 Meter Back (21.35), and Corey Shepard- boys 11/12 50 Meter Free (30.52).
Lauren Donohoe (18) and Cameron Young (16) both earned PWA times and dropped time in all three of their individual events, in addition to placing top one or two in all five of their events. Josh DeLeoz (12), Lori Anne Madison (6), JoeJoe Mazzoccoli (10), Mitchell Nicolai (8) and Adam Shepard (8) all notched PWA times in their individual swims and placed in the top three in all five of their events.
Additionally, Melia Ross (9) placed in the top three in all five of her events.
Also notching PWA times in all three individual events were Kaleigh DePetro (14), Nathan Gibson (7), Noah Levine (13), Philip Mazzoccoli (13), Eric McDonald (17), Grace Nicolai (12), Sarah Rackham (12), Josh Ramirez (10), Abby Ross (14), Michael Schaefer (10), Corey Shepard (12), Elisabeth Vogel (14), Aaron Waldman (14), and Ryan Yirka (13).
The following swimmers achieved personal bests in all three of their individual events Eva Brady (10), David Brady (12), Aaron Brock (10), Karen Cortez (11), Amanda DeVarona (10), Tamara Eddy (11), James Gallagher (13), Lauren Harner (7), Nathan Harner (14), Kendall Hince (10), Noah Levine (13), Faith Longerbeam (9), Raina Meoli (17), Roland Messier (9), Kyle Misencik (13), Colleen Ranieri (14), Noah Reale (10), Kathryn Regan (11), Corey Shepard (12), Kelton Sullivan (13), Jordan Teaford (9), Michael Turner (13), and Ruthanne Wells (9).