Youth swimmingEuropean Forces Swim League(Sunday at Heidelberg)Team scoringHeidelberg 382, Berlin 154 Triple individual winners — Kyle Johnson, Reid Aldous, Brenna Pfahler, Sam Hilferty and Ethan Parkhill (Heid); Felix Hegner, Lili Seubert, Jule Richter and Philipp Hegner (Ber) Noteworthy — Heidelberg’s Wilson Bigelow turned in a personal best of 2 minutes, 4.24 seconds in the 100-meter individual medley, 29.28 seconds better than his previous best, and qualified for the EFSL Championships in February, according to the Sea Lions’ Dahlia Lewis. Heidelberg’s Kyle Johnson (34.13), Myles Lacey (29.79) and Alan Bywater (29.01) qualified for the championships in the 50 freestyle.

(Saturday at Kaiserslautern) Team scoring — Kaiserslautern 700, Heidelberg 188, Berlin 184Triple individual winners — Paris Binard, Holly Roth, Lexy Meints, Isabelle Bishop, Penelope Washington, Blake Davis, Henry Cummin, Sam Bassett and Peter Cummin (Kais); Richter and Felix Hegner (Ber) Noteworthy — Heidelberg’s McKenzie Dalton dropped 3.81 seconds off her 50-meter breaststroke best to clock 44.12 and qualify for the EFSL championships in February, according to Heidelberg’s Dahlia Lewis.

(Saturday at SHAPE, Belgium)Team scoring — SHAPE 921.5; European School of Brussels, 612.5, Geilenkirchen 453, Lakenheath 409, NATO 25Triple individual winners — David Koch, Heidi Northshield, Kerri-Ann Allan, Lili Bartos, Susan Northshield (SHP); Flavio Affinito, Jacqueline Rossi (ESB); Alexandre Mateus (GK); Kilian Korth, Anica Midthun, Daniel Orcutt, Dominic Scifo (Lake)Noteworthy — According to SHAPE’s Atilla Balla, Heidi Northshield and Nick Goskowicz broke team records in the 400-meter and 200-meter freestyle, respectively. Their times were unavailable at press time.

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