2017 RESC Meets
RESC Time Trials, 6/10/17
The Sailfish kicked off the 2017 season with their annual intra-squad Time Trials meet. See the results here.
B meet: Cedarbrook @ RESC, 6/14/17
The Sailfish hosted Cedarbrook in their first B meet season. See the results here.
RESC (331) @ Quince Orchard (448), 6/17/17
In their first meet in Division B, the Sailfish begin the 2017 season by losing to the Quince Orchard Otters. Congrats to Noah Rutberg, who broke his own RESC team records in 13-14 Boys 100 IM and 50 Back. See the results here.
B meet: Wildwood Manor @ RESC, 6/21/17
The Sailfish hosted the Wildwood Manor Wombats on a beautiful evening at Regency. See the results here.
Cedarbrook (417.5) @ RESC (367.5), 6/24/17
The Sailfish get off to a fast start and lead the Cedarbrook Seahawks at halftime, but the Seahawks storm back in the second half to win. Kudos to RESC’s Noah Rutberg, who broke his own team records in 13-14 Boys 50 Free, 50 Fly and 100 IM. Noah’s time in 100 IM also shattered the pool record that had been held by Rock Creek’s Graham Baird since 2011. Congrats also to Cedarbrook’s Maeve McCarthy, who broke the pool record in 8 & Under Girls 25 Fly that had been held since 2010 by Talia Moss of River Falls. See the full results here.
B meet: Potomac Glen @ RESC, 6/28/17
See the results here.
Woodcliffe (471) @ RESC (317), 7/1/17
The Woodcliffe Wahoos start strong and hang on to win their second meet of the season, defeating the Sailfish 471-317. Congrats to Woodcliffe’s Noah Garvey, who crushed the RESC pool record in 15-18 Boys 100 Breast, a mark that had been held by Eli Fouts of Manchester Farm since 2015. See the results here.
Division B Relay Carnival, 7/2/17
On a warm and fun morning at Connecticut Belair, the Sailfish finish 6th in the Division B Relay Carnival. Congrats to RESC’s 14 & Under 100 Medley Graduated Relay team (Noah Rutberg, Stevie Linehan-Reckford, Kyle Wang, and Edgar Solomon), which won its event and qualified for the MCSL All-Star Relays later this month. Congrats also to the Connecticut Belair Gators, who took advantage of a late DQ by Tilden Woods and won two and the last three events to slip past TW and win the meet. The final point totals:
Connecticut Belair — 204
Tilden Woods — 198
Woodcliffe — 156
Cedarbrook — 146
Quince Orchard — 138
Regency Estates — 108
See the full results from Relay Carnival here.
B meet: RESC @ Old Georgetown, 7/5/17
See the results here.
RESC (318) @ Tilden Woods (472), 7/8/17
The Sailfish, dressed an ninjas to face the first-place team in Division B, fall to the Tilden Woods Dolphins on a sunny morning in Rockville. See the results here.
MCSL Coaches Long Course Invitational, 7/11/17
Four Regency swimmers did a great job Tuesday representing the Sailfish at the MCSL Coaches Long Course Invitational, the annual meet that features the county’s very best swimmers. Congrats to Alison Kaiser (4th in 13-14 Girls 100 Breast), Kyle Wang (3rd in 9-10 Boys 50 Fly; 6th in 9-10 Boys 100 Free), and Beth Wright (5th in 15-18 Girls 200 Back). Special kudos to Noah Rutberg, who won the MCSL championship in 13-14 Boys 100 Free and placed 4th in 13-14 Boys 200 IM.
Fantastic swimming, Sailfish!
For the complete results, go here and then click on Coaches Long Course.
B meet: Chevy Chase Rec @ RESC, 7/12/17
See the results here.
Connecticut Belair (443) @ RESC (348), 7/15/17
On a record-breaking morning at Regency, the Sailfish close out the 2017 regular season with a loss to the Connecticut Belair Gators.
Congrats to RESC’s Noah Rutberg, who broke his own team records in 13-14 Boys 50 Free, 50 Back, and 100 IM. Noah also broke his own pool record in 100 IM, and topped the pool record in 50 Back that had been held by Lake Marion’s Tyler Pham since 2008. Noah missed the pool record in 50 Free by 1/100th of a second.
Congrats also to Connecticut Belair’s Griffin Alaniz, who broke the RESC pool records in 15-18 Boys 100 Back and 50 Fly, both of which had been set last year by Alex Munson of Hallowell.
Connecticut Belair swimmers also took down two other RESC pool records: John Frank topped the mark that had been set last year by Regency’s Alexander Wen in 9-10 Boys 25 Breast, and the Gators’ 175 Graduated Free Relay team (John Frank, Luke Frank, Eamon Smith, and Luke Rienzo) crushed the pool record — and Connecticut Belair’s team record — by nearly 2 seconds.
See the complete results here.
B meet: Superstars meet @ Inverness, 7/19/17
See the results here.
Division B Championships, 7/22/17
On a record-smashing morning at RESC, the Connecticut Belair Gators win the Division B championship meet and clinch a tie with Tilden Woods for the season title. The Regency Estates Sailfish got several outstanding performances and finished 5th, ahead of the Cedarbrook Seahawks. Swimmers broke an amazing 15 pool records, and many more team records fell as well. See the complete results here.
The combined team scores:
Connecticut Belair — 879
Tilden Woods — 853
Woodcliffe — 774
Quince Orchard — 737
Regency Estates — 698.5
Cedarbrook — 679.5
Individual Highlights for the Sailfish:
**RESC’s Noah Rutberg continued to rewrite the Regency record board, breaking team and pool records in 13-14 Boys 50 Free, 50 Back, and 100 IM. Noah also broke his own team record in 50 Fly. Noah’s time in 100 IM (1:01.91) was actually faster than the 15-18 Boys team record in that event, a mark that has been held by Josh Freedenberg since 1992. Regency swimmers won Division B championships in 9 events; Noah was responsible for 4 of them and was part of a relay that broke another team record.
**RESC’s Stevie Linehan-Reckford won the 11-12 Boys 50 Breast and broke the team record that had been held by Nino Tranquill since 2011. Regency’s Alexander Wen finished 2nd to complete an RESC sweep, and also went under the previous team record.
**Alison Kaiser broke her own team and pool records in winning the Division B title in 13-14 Girls 50 Breast.
**RESC’s Boys 14 & Under Graduated Free Relay team (Kyle Wang, Patrick Zhang, Noah Rutberg, Edgar Solomon) broke the team record in that event.
**Malia Bush won the 13-14 Girls 50 Free in a season-best time of 28.06.
**Thomas Pelletier was one of the surprise performers of the meet, winning two Division B titles. Thomas was seeded 6th in 12 & Under Boys 100 IM, and won the event by 1.7 seconds. He also won the 11-12 Boys 50 Fly, an event in which he was seeded 3rd.
New RESC Pool Records:
**Noah Rutberg, RESC — 13-14 Boys 50 Free (beating the mark set by Rock Creek’s Graham Baird in 2011), 50 Back (his own record), 100 IM (his own record)
**Alison Kaiser, RESC — Broke her own team and pool records in 13-14 Girls Breast, set last year.
**Sienna Karp, Tilden Woods — 12 & Under Girls IM (1:10.77, breaks record held by Kentlands’ Olivia French since 2012)
**Woodcliffe Boys 200 Medley Relay — The team of Sebastian Chang, Noah Garvey, Kevin Song, and Justin Kim crushed by 4 seconds the record set by Darnestown in 2015.
**Tilden Woods Girls 200 Medley Relay — The team of Celine Nugent, Hannah Gould, Maya Drill and Katie Ellett topped the mark set last year by River Falls.
**Eli Fouts of Quince Orchard broke his own RESC pool record in Boys 15-18 100 IM, topping a mark he set in 2015. Eli’s time of 57.38 seconds was just about 2/10ths of a second off the Montgomery County Swim League record, held by Eric Friedland of Tilden Woods since 2008. Eli also shattered the RESC pool record in 15-18 Boys 100 Breast that was established this year by Noah Garvey of Woodcliffe.
**Anna Li of Woodcliffe broke the pool record in 11-12 Girls 50 Breast that had been held by Lakelands’ Madeline Mara since 2014.
**In 13-14 Boys 50 Breast, Henry Bagshaw of Cedarbrook topped the pool record that had been held by Country Glen’s Abraham Kim since 2012.
**Cedarbrook’s Margaret Wolfson topped the pool record in 15-18 Girls 100 Breast that had been held by Darnestown’s Jaycee Yegher since 2015.
**Kate Cosgrove of Connecticut Belair broke the pool record in 13-14 Girls 50 Fly that had been held by RESC’s Hannah Lindsey since 2012.
**Connecticut Belair’s Griffin Alaniz broke the pool record in 15-18 Boys 50 Fly that he had set the previous week.
**Tilden Woods Girls 175 Graduated Free Relay team of Emma Burlina, Sienna Karp, Katie Gould, and Fran Opipari topped the pool record that had been held by Little Falls since 2014.
MCSL All-Star Relays, 7/29/17
The Sailfish send one team to the All-Star Relays: our 14 & Under Boys Graduated 100 Medley Relay team (Noah Rutberg, Stevie Linehan-Reckford, Kyle Wang, Aidan Mishkin), which finishes 5th. For the complete results, go here and clock All Star Relays I.
MCSL Individual All-Stars, 7/30/17
It was a great morning for the Sailfish at the MCSL Individual All-Stars meet, led by Alison Kaiser, who broke her own team record in 13-14 Girls 50 Breast in placing 2nd in that event. See the complete results go here and click on “Individual All-Star.
Highlights for the Sailfish (also available on the RESC All-Stars Page):