Three meet records fell Saturday, on the final night of the 2012 Speedo Winter Junior National Championships in Knoxville, Tenn. Steven Stumph of Orinda Aquatics broke the first in the men’s 200-yard breaststroke, turning in a time of 1:55.88. Megan Kingsley of Mount Pleasant followed suit in the women’s 200y butterfly, touching in 1:55.50. Then Bolles school capped the meet with a record in the 400y free relay, the team of Josh Booth, Caeleb Dressel, Santo Conderelli and Joseph Schooling combining for a time of 2:55.89.
Other first-place finishers Saturday included Leah Stevens of Lakeside Swim Time in the women’s 1650 free (16:07.77), Jonathan Roberts of the North Texas Nadadores in the men’s 1650 free (15:12.01), Kathleen Baker of SwimMac Carolina in the women’s 200 back (1:54.31), Hennessey Stuart in the men’s 200 back (1:43.64), Emily Allen of North Mecklenburg in the women’s 100 free (48.73), Dressel in the men’s 100 free (43.29), Heidi Poppe of Crow Canyon in the women’s 200 breast (2:13.14), Schooling in the men’s 200 fly (1:45.00) and SwimMac Carolina (Baker, Lauren Rhodes, Jessica Merritt, Nora McCullagh) in the women’s 400 free relay.
Baker, who also won the 100 back and 200 IM earlier in the meet, was the women’s high point winner with 102 points. Curtis Ogren of Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics took the men’s high point trophy with 82 points.
SwimMac Carolina won the combined team title with 674 points, followed by the Bolles School Sharks with 561 points and Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics with 330 points. The Crow Canyon Country Club Sharks and the Dayton Raiders rounded out the top 5 with 308 points and 236 points, respectively.
For complete results from the meet, go to our 2012 Speedo Winter Junior Nationals page.