5 Crawfish Aquatics swimmers double winners at meet

Crawfish Aquatics had five double winners to highlight the second day of the Louisiana Long Course Swimming Championships at the LSU Natatorium.

Colin Bone helped lead the Crawfish’s double winners on Friday, claiming victories in the 15- to 16-year-old boys 50-meter freestyle in 24.79 seconds and the 200 butterfly in 2 minutes, 4.70 seconds. The four-day meet continues at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

Parker Hughes, of Crescent City Swim Club, was a 11-12 boys double winner, taking firsts in the 100 freestyle (59.72) and 50 backstroke (32.98).

Crawfish’s other double winners were Jolee Liles (11-12 girls 100 breaststroke, 1:23.38; 200 individual medley, 2:34.97), Cameron Miles (10-under boys 100 breaststroke, 1:34.90; 50 backstroke, 36.19), Rylee Moore (10-under girls 50 backstroke, 36.87; 200 IM, 2:50.95) and Ashlyn Hunt (13-14 girls 50 freestyle, 27.86; 200 butterfly, 2:27.89).

Tiger Aquatics, Nu Wave Swim Team, Francos Fins, Blast, Crescent City and Crawfish all had several competitors win single events.

Winners for TAQ included Gabe Rooker (open boys 100 breaststroke, 1:05.40), Johannah Cangelosi (11-12 girls 100 freestyle, 1:05.68), Caley Oquist (open girls 50 free, 27.16), Emily Weaner (open girls 200 butterfly, 2:19.70), Mary Beaver (15-16 girls 200 butterfly, 2:29.59), Sarah Stevens (girls 14-under 800 freestyle, 10:00.78), Katelyn Rodriguez (open girls 800 freestyle, 9:30.86) and Lance Rodriguez (13-14 boys 800 freestyle, 8:54.64).

Michael Padial (11-12 boys 100 breaststroke, 1:22.31), Sarah Hansen (10-under girls, 100 breaststroke, 1:36.08), Jacques Rathle (10-under boys 200 IM, 2:47.54), Cameron Balkom (open girls 100 breaststroke, 1:14.19), Chanler Turnley (13-14 girls 100 breaststroke, 1:17.97), Caroline Beene (15-16 girls 50 freestyle, 27.64) and John Miller (open boys 800 freestyle, 8:38.70) and Mason Hutchinson (open boys 200 butterfly, 2:08.67) were the other Crawfish winners.

Nu Wave got victories from Kacey Guichard (10-under girls 100 freestyle, 1:09.94), Pierce Thionville (10-under boys 100 freestyle, 1:09.36), Davis Edwards (11-12 boys 200 IM, 2:32.01), Sebastian Massimini (open boys 50 freestyle, 24.10) and Kevin Conrad (15-16 boys 800 freestyle, 8:47.32).

Other winners for Crescent City were Jesse LeBoeuf (11-12 girls 50 backstroke, 33.95) and Thomas Vanderbrook (13-14 boys 50 freestyle, 26.20).

Lia Joslin (15-16 girls 100 breaststroke, 1:18.69) and Megan Loop (15-16 girls 800 freestyle, 9:23.25), while Trey James (13-14 boys 100 breaststroke, 1:13.37) picked up a victory for Blast.