Sixty Tuolumne County Aquatics swimmers established 137 personal bests at the first mini-meet of the summer.
Kayla Andrade, Nikole Ankrom, Abby Castleberry and Brittney Mager led the pack by reaching PRs in all five of their events.
Matt Scanlin and Teresa Woods reached bests in each of their four events, while Justin Andrade, Cody Bottemiller, Grace Gerber, Elizabeth Watts, William Watts and Teri Wells also set four personal-bests.
Bottemiller, Castleberry, Ankrom and Scanlin each dropped at least 30 seconds of combined time in their individual events.
Skyler Jensen (50 back), Stephanie Jensen (100 back) and Elizabeth Watts (100 back) reached new BB standards, qualifying them for next month's Junior Olympics in Redding.
Setting new B times were Lauren Foster (50 and 100 free), Faith Gerber (100 free and breast), Nicole Henderson (100 fly and IM), Sydney Mager (50 free and breast) and Scott Pittman (50 free and back).
Shattering their previous personal-bests were Hannah Ankrom (23-second improvement in the 50 free), Nikole Ankrom (11-second improvement in the 100 IM), Ian Fremb (14-second improvement in the 50 free); Kimberlee Turner (23-second improvment in the 50 back; 18-second improvement in the 50 free), William Watts (12-second improvement in the 50 free) and Alani Worden (12-second improvmement in the 50 free).
TCA debuts were made by Irl and Tony Bargas, Cheyenne Cloud and Brendan Hurley.
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