Two More YMCA Records Fall in College Park

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, August 2. THE third night of competition came to a close with a few more national records falling at the YMCA National Championships held in College Park, Md.

Emily Lloyd, 14, of Anne Arundel County took down Claire Woodall-Gainey's women's 100 free record of 57.86 set in 2002 with a time of 57.51 en route to victory.

Meanwhile, the Middle Tyger team of Liz Greenway (2:09.22), Laura Simon (2:10.25), Haley Lips (2:06.97) and Addie Carne (2:09.40) set the women's 800 free relay standard with a time of 8:35.84 to eclipse the 8:38.28 posted by M.E. Lyons in 2002.

In other action, Katya Bachrouche, 17, of Farmington Family won the women's 400 IM in 4:59.34, while Luke Bushman, 16, of Green Bay Metro took the men's title in 4:35.41.

Jim Barbiere, 17, of Countryside Ralph Stolle topped the men's 100 free in 53.44, while Alexandrea VanOost, 16, of Elgin Taylor (2:21.63) and Justin Farra of Countryside Ralph Stolle (2:07.27) won their respective 200 backstrokes.

Mackenzie Powers, 15, of Kishwaukee Family touched first in the women's 50 fly in 28.75, while Andrew Stoker of Upper Main Line claimed the men's 50 fly in 26.23.

Middle Tyger also won the men's 800 free relay as Patrick Haarsgaard, David Ingraham, Bo Farr and Lee Groseclose clocked in at 7:55.79.

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