EC AquaTrojans Shine At Divisional Championships

The team had a few state cuts, many best times, and all around great swims.

Boys 11-12 200 Medley Relay 1st place. Top left: Kyle Goodwin, Henry Strotman. Bottom left: Andrew Strotman, Santiago Schutte. Photo provided.  

(St. Leon, Ind.) – The East Central AquaTrojans are celebrating their performance at the divisional championships.

The 2019 Indiana Swimming Spring Southeast Divisional Championship was held March 1-3 at the Indian Creek High School Natatorium in Trafalgar.

In the boys 11-12 division, the AquaTrojans 200 medley relay team of Kyle Goodwin, Henry Strotman, Andrew Strotman and Santiago Schutte took first place.

The team of Jordan Marro, Kyra Hall, Mackenzie Schantz and Olivia Dixon finished in second-place in the girls 15 and over relay.

Girls 15 & Over Relay 2nd overall. Top left: Jordan Marro, Kyra Hall. Bottom left: Mackenzie Schantz, Olivia Dixon. Photo provided. 

One other AquaTrojans team made the podium. In the boys 10 and under division relay, Ryan Corlett, Damian Weber, Cole Jankovsky and Vincent Keck finished in third-place.

Other AquaTrojans that competed at the divisional championships included: Reagan Reany, Aubree Popen, Elle Jankovsky, Madison Goodwin, Madison Brown, Kayla Goodwin, Sierra Hall, Alejandra, Schutte, Frank Strotman, Luke Jackson, Kayden Cummins and Ayden Ketchem.

“The meet was very successful,” said Coach Loveless. “We had a few state cuts, many best times and all- around great swims. I’m very proud of everyone. “

Boys 10 & Under Relay 3rd overall. Top left: Ryan Corlett, Damian Weber. Bottom left: Cole Jankovsky, Vincent Keck. Photo provided.  

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