The Yankee League All Star Pentathlon was packed full of exciting races and best times.The All-Star Pentathlon is a unique meet, in that all the swimmers compete in the same five events: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle and a 100-yard individual medley. The times from the 5 events are added up and the swimmer from each age group with the fastest cumulative time wins.
Six Wizards ended in the top groups: Lauren Hoeppner – 1st place for the 6-&-under Girls, Madelyn Lisi – 4th place for the 6-&-under girls, Ari Rose – 4th place for the 7/8 girls, Sophia DeLauri – 6th place for the 7/8 girls, Aarya Mulmi – 5th place for the 11/12 girls, Kaleigh Morton – 3rd place for the 13/14 girls, Collin Charron – 2nd place for the 13/14 boys, Madison Hobart – 4th place for the 15 and over girls and Kaelyn Falanga – 5th place in the 15 and over girls.
At the end of the All Star meet, the Wizards get to cheer on their coaches as they race against the coaches from all the other teams in a relay. The Wizards coaches defended their title for the 3rd straight year, winning the relay.
The Wizards spring season is just around the corner. If you are interested in swimming, the spring season is an ideal time to get involved.
Registration will be opening in March 2020 through the West Haven Parks and Recreation. The Wizards Spring Season is an 8-week stroke clinic, it is a great opportunity for new swimmers to learn all 4 strokes and fundamentals of swimming.
It is also a great opportunity for experienced swimmers to refine their technique. The season concluded with a split squad meet so new swimmers will have an idea of what to expect of the competition season. All ages and abilities are welcome. For more information on the West Haven Wizards please visit our website at www.westhavenwizards.org.