Florida State Meets Produce Fast Times

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. November 26. SPEEDY, that's what kind of times came out of Florida's three high school state meets. Both the boys and girls produced great times in individual races and relays. The fastest times overall from the three different divisions are as follows.


Shaune Fraser's 200 free of 1:36.33 was smokin', as was Michael Silva's 1:52.76 in the 200 IM and sprinter Alexander Forbes' 20.68 in the 50 free. A 48.35 from Tommy Wyher in the 100 fly and his 49.65 in the 100 back were also splendid. Aaron Aiken clocked 45.86 in the 100 free and Fraser added a 4:24.42 effort in the 500 free. Last, but not least, a 56.25 from Silva in the 100 breast marked his second appearance on the list. Also, the Bolles School went a state record in the 200 free relay with a 1:24.25.


Starting us off is Chelsea Nauta in two events. In the 200 free, Nauta checked in at 1:47.05 and went a stellar 4:45.12 in the 500 free. Amy Modglin won the 200 IM with a 2:05.32 and the 50 free was taken by Natasha Moodie in 23.72. Julianne Lago tops the charts with her 100 fly of 55.16 and Caitlin Geary tops the charts in the 100 free with a 51.28. Lily Ramirez takes the overall backstroke crown with her time of 56.27 and Dana Hatic took top honors in the 100 breast with a 1:04.51.

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