Seven Stingrays get PRs in two events


EDINA -- Twenty Worthington Stingray swimmers attended the metro meet in Edina last weekend, and seven swam to personal records in two events. Two swimmers improved in all three of their individual events.

Carmen Almodovar, Hope Almodovar, Emily Clerc, Dayanara Esparza, Roselynn Hartshorn and Gabriella Symens-Otero all trimmed times in two events on Saturday. The top three swimmers with cuts and their total trim times were Carmen (4.21 seconds from 200 IM and 100 freestyle), Roselynn (7.24 seconds in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke) and Hope (16.43 in 100 IM and 100 free).

Eight-year-olds Preston Kumi and Claire Schultz both had three personal records. Hope and Roselynn captured two first-place ribbons at the meet in what was the toughest Stingrays competition thus far.

The Stingrays have just one regular season meet left, at Mankato on Jan. 18.


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