2018 RESC Meets

To access results of A meets, All-Star Meets, and Long Course Meets, click here, or see the descriptions and links below. 
To access results of B meets, see the descriptions and links below.

B meet: RESC @ Cedarbrook RESC Time Trials, 6/9/18

The 2018 season kicks off with our annual Time Trials. See the results here.

B meet: RESC @ Cedarbrook, 6/13/18

See the results here.

A meet:  RESC (325) @ Stonebridge (464), 6/16/18

The Sailfish kick off the 2018 season in Division E with a loss to the Stonebridge Sharks on a beautiful morning at Stonebridge. Special congratulations to RESC’s Alison Kaiser, who in her first MCSL meet as a 15-18 swimmer broke the RESC team record in 100 Breast that had been held by Alicia Watkins since 2007. Alison’s swim also broke the Stonebridge pool record. See the results from the RESC vs. Stonebridge meet here.

B meet: RESC @ Wildwood Manor, 6/20/18

Our second B meet of the season was a rain-shortened affair at Wildwood Manor. See the results here.
A meet:  River Falls (365) @ RESC (425), 6/23/18

The underdog Sailfish surprise River Falls to even their season record at 1-1!

Regency was led by its 11-12 boys (Thomas Pelletier, Alexander Wen, Kyle Wang, Michael Kaiser, Alex Pelletier, and Matthew Kim), who as a group swept all of their events. Thomas won all four of his individual races. Other top performers for the Sailfish were Noah Rutberg, who had four individual wins in his first MCSL meet in the 15-18 age group; Angelica Hu, who won all four of her events in the 11-12 age group; Edward Chi and Gabriela Kaiser, who each won three individual events in the 9-10 age group; Matthew Pelletier, who won three individual events in the 13-14 age group; and Malia Bush, who had three individual wins in the 15-18 age group.

Keep an eye on:

1.) Gabriela Kaiser, who missed Malia Bush‘s team record in the 9-10 Girls 25 Fly by just 0.06 of a second…

2.) And Thomas Pelletier, who missed Stevie Linehan-Reckford‘s team record in the 11-12 Boys 50 Breast by just 0.18 of a second.

Congrats, Sailfish!

See the complete meet results here.

B meet: RESC @ Potomac Glen, 6/27/18
See the results here.

A meet:  RESC (366) @ Old Georgetown (422), 6/30/18

The Old Georgetown Dolphins top the Sailfish on a warm morning in Bethesda, dropping Regency’s season record to 1-2. Congrats to RESC’s Noah Rutberg, who broke the team record in 15-18 Boys 100 Back by more than 1 second. That Regency record had been held by Scott St. Clairsince 1998.

Congratulations also to Alexander Wen, who broke the Regency team record in 11-12 Boys 50 Breast that Stevie Linehan-Reckford set in 2017.

See the complete results here. 

Division E Relay Carnival @ Lake Marion, 7/1/18

The Sailfish race to a 5th-place finish at Relay Carnival, behind Stonebridge, River Falls, Old Georgetown, and Mill Creek Towne, and ahead of Lake Marion. Congratulations to Regency’s 11-12 Boys 200 Medley Relay team of Michael KaiserAlexander Wen, Kyle Wang and Thomas Pelletier. In winning the Division E championship for that relay, Regency’s team qualified for the MCSL All-Star Relays meet, July 28 at Rockville.

With today’s results, the Sailfish are tied with River Falls for 4th place in Division E.

To see the complete results from the Division E Relay Carnival, go here, then click on “Relays,” and then click on “Division E.”

The final point totals from Relay Carnival:

Stonebridge — 218

River Falls — 184

Old Georgetown — 180

Mill Creek Towne — 162

Regency Estates — 140

Lake Marion — 68

B meet: Old Georgetown @ RESC, 7/3/18

See the results here.

A meet:  Lake Marion (316) @ RESC (472), 7/7/18

On a gorgeous morning at Regency, the Sailfish dominate the Lake Marion Lasers to improve their dual meet record to 2-2. Sailfish swimmers won 37 of 46 individual events, and all four relays. Congratulations to RESC’s Gabriela Kaiser, who broke the team record in 9-10 Girls 25 Fly that had been held by Malia Bush since 2013. Gabriela’s time was just 2/10ths of a second off the pool record, which has been held by King Farm’s Cameron Spinner since 2016.

Congrats also to Lake Marion’s Sam Arias, who broke the pool record in 9-10 Girls 25 Breast that had been held by Grace Wu of King Farm since 2011.

See the complete results here

MCSL Coaches Long Course Invitational, 7/10/18

Regency’s best swimmers had a terrific night in Rockville on Tuesday, competing against the top talent in the Montgomery County Swim League. Special congratulations to RESC’s Noah Rutberg, who won the 15-18 Boys 200 Back in a great race, topping Brett Feyerick of Tallyho by just 0.04 of a second. It was Noah’s fifth MCSL championship at the Coaches Long Course meet: In 2017, Noah won the 13-14 Boys 100 Free; in 2015 he won the 12 & Under Boys 200 IM and the 11-12 Boys 100 Fly, and in 2013 he won the 9-10 Boys 100 Free.

Regency’s other representatives at Coaches Long Course had strong showings as well:

**Alison Kaiser was 2nd in the 15-18 Girls 200 Breast

**Thomas Pelletier was 3rd in both the 12 & Under Boys 200 IM, and the 11-12 Boys 100 Breast

**Alexander Wen finished 4th in the 11-12 Boys 100 Breast, just behind Thomas

**Gabriela Kaiser was 5th in the 9-10 Girls 50 Fly, and 7th in the 9-10 Girls 50 Back

**Michael Kaiser was 6th in the 11-12 Boys 100 Back

Awesome job, everyone!

For the complete results from Coaches Long Course, go here and then click “Coaches Long Course.” 

B meet: RESC @ Chevy Chase Rec, 7/11/18

See the results here.

A meet:  RESC (330) @ Mill Creek Towne (458), 7/14/18

In their final dual meet of the season, the Sailfish fall to the Mill Creek Town Marlins. Congratulations to Regency’s Thomas Pelletier, who reclaimed the team record in 11-12 Boys 50 Breast from Alexander Wen by just out-touching Alex at the finish. In finishing 2nd, Alex also beat the record time he had posted earlier in the season, so big congrats to him as well! The two were coming off great performances at the MCSL Coaches Long Course meet Tuesday night in Rockville, where Thomas finished 3rd in the county and Alex was 4th in 11-12 Boys 100 Breast. Incredible job, guys!

Congrats also to MCT’s Max Schaupp, who broke their team records in 11-12 Boys 50 Free and 11-12 Boys 50 Fly.

Next week: The Division E Championships at Regency!

See the complete results from Saturday’s meet here.


B meet: Inverness Rec @ RESC, 7/18/18

Our last B meet of the 2018 season! See the results here.

MCSL Division E Championships @ RESC, 7/21/18

On a rain-soaked and record-setting day at Regency, the Sailfish finish 4th at the Divisional meet, led by several outstanding performances. Regency swimmers won or tied for 13 individual Division E championships.

Congratulations to Noah Rutberg, who won all four of his individual events (including a tie with Lake Marion’s Evan Handy for first in 15-18 Boys Fly) and broke the team record in 15-18 Boys 100 IM that had been held by Josh Freedenberg since 1992. Also breaking a team record while winning a Division E championship was Alison Kaiser, who shattered her own Regency record by more than 3 seconds in 15-18 Girls 100 Breast.

Kudos also to Regency’s other Division E champions:

— Malia Bush in 15-18 Girls 100 IM

— Gabriela Kaiser in 9-10 Girls 25 Back and 9-10 Girls 25 Fly

— Michael Kaiser in 11-12 Boys Back

— Thomas Pelletier in 12 & Under Boys 100 IM, and 11-12 Boys Free

— Matthew Pelletier in 13-14 Boys 100 IM

— Alexander Wen in 11-12 Boys 50 Breast

Five Regency pool records fell at the Divisionals meet:

— In 12 & Under Girls 100 IM, Stonebridge’s Amy Qin broke the pool record that had been set last year by Sienna Karp of Tilden Woods. Amy also broke the pool record in 11-12 Girls 50 Free that had been held by RESC’s Hannah Lindsey since 2010, and the pool record in 11-12 Girls 50 Back that had been held by RESC’s Haley Phillips since 2015.

— J.T. Donohue of River Falls broke the pool record in 8 & Under Boys 25 Breast that had been held by RESC’s Nino Tranquill since 2007.

— And Lake Marion’s Sam Arias broke her own pool record in 9-10 Girls 25 Breast, which she had set earlier this year.

The final team scores from the Division E Championships:

  1. Stonebridge: 954.5
  2. River Falls: 831
  3. Mill Creek Towne: 827.66
  4. Regency Estates: 786.33
  5. Old Georgetown: 783.5
  6. Lake Marion: 443
For the season, the Sailfish finished 5th in Division E. See the complete results from the Divisionals meet right here.
MCSL All-Star Relays @ Rockville, 7/28/18
The Sailfish sent only one relay team to the All-Stars meet — the 11-12 Boys 200 Medley team of Michael KaiserAlexander WenKyle Wang and Thomas Pelletier. But Michael, Alex, Kyle and Thomas dominated the event, and took home the MCSL championship! Congrats to our 11-12 boys on an amazing performance! See the complete results from All-Star relays by clicking here, then clicking on “All-Star Relays I.”
MCSL Individual All-Stars, 7/30/18
Regency swimmers had several terrific performances at the Individual All-Stars meet to close out the 2018 MCSL season. Congratulations to Alison Kaiser, who broke her own team record in 15-18 Girls 100 Breast as she tied (with Amanda Wenhold of Tanterra) for the MCSL championship in that event! Alison also had a best time in 15-18 Girls 100 IM, finishing 12th.

Special congrats also to Alexander Wen and Thomas Pelletier, who had one last battle in 11-12 Boys 50 Breast at the All-Stars meet. The two had traded the team record in the event all season, and on Sunday they both went under the record Thomas had set two weeks earlier. In the season’s final meet, Alexander got the last word, setting a new team record and finishing 2nd overall, just ahead of Thomas, who finished 3rd. The pair also competed in 12 & Under Boys 100 IM, as Thomas placed 3rd and Alex finished 9th. Incredible job, guys!

Other Regency standouts at the All-Stars meet were:

— Gabriela Kaiser (4th in 9-10 Girls 25 Back; 6th in 9-10 Girls 25 Fly)

— Michael Kaiser (Tied for 7th in 11-12 Boys 50 Back; 12th in 11-12 Boys 50 Fly)

— Kyle Wang (9th in 11-12 Boys 50 Fly)

— Angelica Hu (16th in 12 & Under Girls 100 IM; 13th in 11-12 Girls 50 Free)

— Althea Bush (10th in 9-10 Girls 25 Breast)

— Stevie Linehan-Reckford (16th in 13-14 Boys 50 Breast)

For the complete results from the Individual All-Stars meet, click here and then click “Individual All Star.”

Congrats on a great season, Sailfish!

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