The Ardsley Country Club continued its “virtual” Westchester Swim Conference season on July 24 with its second meet of the season, this one with the Winged Foot Club of Mamaroneck.

Each club swam in their home pools with the times shared through the conference website and the swimmers listed in order of finish in each event based on their times. Since the swimmers were not competing head-to-head, no points were allocated. 

ACC had three triple winners: Kayla Clinton, Claire Brady, and Connor Vincent. In the girls’ 12U division, Clinton won the 50-freestyle in 40.08 seconds, the 50-backstroke in 49.50 seconds, and the 50-butterfly in 52.70 seconds. In the girls’ 14U, Brady won the 100-free at 1:25.60, the 100-breaststroke at 1:58.20, and the 100-fly at 1:43.80. In the boys’ 17U, Vincent won the 50-free in 27.60 seconds, the 50-breast in 37.57 seconds, and the 50-fly in 30.80 seconds.

There was also a quartet of double winners from ACC. In the girls’ 10U division, Lucciana Broccoli won the 50-free in 50.00 seconds and the 50-back in 54.70 seconds. In the boys’ 10U, Levent Sarayli won the 50-free in 35.50 seconds and the 50-back in 1:02.80. In the girls’ 17U, Rosemary Stamm won the 50-breast in 41.20 seconds and the 50-fly in 34.50 seconds, while Grace Brady won the 50-free in 33.00 seconds and the 50-back in 38.24 seconds.

Also recording the best times in events for ACC: Colin Panarelli in the boys’ 8U 25-free at 26.50, Gregory Kniesel in the boys’ 6U 25-back at 46.40, Sami Walker in the boys’ 8U 25-back at 30.30, Anthony Panarelli in the boys’ 12U 50-back at 52.80, and Erin Kazmierczak in the girls’ 14U 100-back at 1:41.80. 

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