European Forces Swim LeagueSaturday at Mons, BelgiumTeam scoringSHAPE 813, Berlin 656, Geilenkirchen 645, European Schools of Brussels 636.5, NATO 631, Lakenheath 232.5, Eifel 196.Triple individual winnersRaul Areque Donaldo, Tyla Crompton and Katja Nacevski (ESB); Vincent de Munter (GK); Phillipp Langhaeuser and Lili Seubert (Berlin); Sebastian Lunak, Abigail Sterns and Andrew Sterns (NATO).League records setSHAPE’s Heidi Northshield set short-course records for 17-19-year-old girls in the 400-meter individual medley and 200-meter freestyle. In the 400 IM, she swam 5:23.88 to break the old mark of 5:24.31 set by NATO’s Lauren Drake in 2008. In the 200 free, she also broke Drake’s record. Northshield clocked 2:14.34, besting Drake’s 2:15.22 time, also set in 2008, according to SHAPE statistician Attila Balla.
Saturday at RamsteinTeam scoringKaiserslautern 491, Stuttgart 305Triple individual winnersLizzie Hodges (Stutt); Joshua Choi, Connor Davis, Jaden Francis, Bobby Gaston, Elizabeth Gorske, Rachel Plescha, Penelope Washington (Kais).Noteworthy—Ann Johnson broke the Kaiserslautern team record in the 200-meter backstroke for girls aged 13-14. She swam 2:43.64 to beat the old record of 2:49.95 set Sept. 8 by her teammate Danielle Davis.