Curl-Burke took second overall at the NCSA Junior Nationals this past weekend in Orlando, finished behind NOVA of Virginia Aquatics (Richmond), which won the meet with a score of 1005.5, ahead of Curl’s 742.5.
Rockville Montgomery was fourth with 459 points.
Here are the top local finishers from the final three days of the meet.
Get the full results here.
RMSC’s Sarah Haase won the 50 breaststroke title with a time of 28.10, adding more to her growing resume.
Arlington Aquatic’s Jake Huston finished in 10th in 26.48 seconds.
In the 50 butterfly, Curl-Burke’s 14-year-old Janet Hu took fourth, finishing with a time of 24.62.
In the men’s 50 fly, RMSC’s Jack Conger (22.92) and Chris Verboncoeur (22.89) finished ninth and 12th, respectively, while Curl-Burke’s Nick Tremols (22.65) and James Crabb (22.79) were 10th and 11th.
Curl-Burke’s Kaitlin Pawlowicz took ninth in the 400 IM with at ime of 4:18.09, while Phillips — her high school and club teammate — took third on the men’s side with at ime of 3:56.22.
RMSC’s 400 free relay of Emily Ryczek, Katie Rogers, Haase and Pepper finished in seventh with a time of 3:26.19, while Curl-Burke’s team of Hu, Pawlowicz, Jayme Katis and Kendall Hough finished ninth in 3:27.25.
Curl-Burke’s men’s 400 free relay of Tremols, Park, Ryan Dunne and Phillips took second in the event with at ime of 3:03.62, while RMSC’s team or Conger, Jonathan Ekstrom, Eric Conrad and Verboncoeur finished sixth in 3:06.32.
RMSC’s Ashleigh Ferguson took 15th in the 100 backstroke on Friday with a time of 57.05, while Conger finished 11th in 50.07.
2009 All-Met Swimmer of the Year Sean Fletcher finished ninth in 49.66.
Pepper finished sixth in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:49.67, while Rogers was 12th (4:51.33) and RMSC’s Ellen Anderson was 16th in 4:55.19.
On the men’s side, Phillips finished eighth in the 500 free with a time of 4:35.84.
In the 200 breast, Haase finished in ninth with a time of 2:14.33, while Won took 16th in 2:19.06.
On the men’s side, Katis finished in fourth in 2:01.44 and Park took seventh in 2:02.87. Grove was 10th in 2:04.02.
Danielle Schulkin was the top local finisher in the 100 fly, taking 10th in 55.04 seconds, while Hu finished in 14th in 55.75.
On the men’s side, Fletcher took the title with a time of 47.07 — matching his national high school record-setting mark from last year’s Virginia AAA championships — while Tremols took fifth in 48.77.
Crabb (49.44), Conger (49.56) and Angus Macdonald (50.82) finished ninth, 10th and 16th, respectively.
Curl-Burke’s 200 free relay of Hu, Taylor Vincent, Hough and Hellen Moffitt finished in sixth in 1:34.81, and their ‘B’ relay of Victoria Kuhn, Lauren Poore, Katis and Alina Hall was 11th with at ime of 1:36.07.
Cara Chuang took eighth in the 50 backstroke with a time of 26.16, while Hu finished ninth (26.01).
RMSC’s Anderson took 13th in the 1650 freestyle with a time of 16:46.23, while Rogers was 16th in 16:54.46. In the men’s 1650, Phillips finished fifth in 15:32.22.
Katis finished second in the men’s 200 IM with at ime of 1:50.88, while Ekstrom was ninth (1:51.92).
Hu took 15th in the women’s 50 freestyle with a time of 23.79, while Fletcher was second in the men’s in 20.39.
Vest finished 10th in the event (20.72) and Conger and Macdonald were 13th and 14th with times of 20.94 and 21.01, respectively.
To close out the weekend, Curl-Burke’s men’s A and B relays finished one-two in the 400 medley relay.
The ‘A’ relay of Dillon, Katis, Tremols and Dunne won it in 3:20.82, while Hu, Park, Crabb and Vest were second in 3:22.63.
Get the full results here.