Greenwood, Knapp and Lee Win Sextathlons at Harvest Moon

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Charlie Greenwood, Lucas Knapp and James Lee won first place in their age groups at the 2017 Harvest Moon Meet.  Lee swept his events (50 Free, 100 Free, 50 Back, 50 Breast, 50 Fly, 100 IM) and won the 9-year-old boy’s Half Moon competition.  Greenwood, the 10-year-old boy’s Full Moon champion won the 100 Free, 200 Free, 100 Breast and 200 IM.  Knapp took home victories in the 50 Free, 50 Back and 100 IM en route to winning the 10-year-old boy’s Half Moon.

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NCAP took first and second in the 9-year-old boy’s Half Moon, as Patrick Findlay finished directly behind Lee.  Zoe Dunn (10-year-old Half Moon), Heidi Gilman (9-year-old Full Moon), Miguel Vinegas (11-year-old Full Moon) also had 2nd place finishes.

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For full results from the meet, click here.

 

NCAP Top 5 Sextathlon Finishers

9-Year-Old Girl’s Full Moon

2 Heidi Gilman

 

10-Year-Old Boy’s Full Moon

1 Charlie Greenwood

 

10-Year-Old Girl’s Full Moon

4 Ana Falzone

 

11-Year-Old Boy’s Full Moon

2 Miguel Vinegas

 

11-Year-Old Girl’s Full Moon

3 Clara Landeryou

4 Caroline Mullen

 

12-Year-Old Boy’s Full Moon

3 Andrew Knapp

 

9-Year-Old Boy’s Half Moon

1 James Lee

2 Patrick Findlay

 

10-Year-Old Boy’s Half Moon

1 Lucas Knapp

5 Ethan Piccolo

 

10-Year-Old Girl’s Half Moon

2 Zoe Dunn

5 Laila McDowell

 

12-Year-Old Boys’ Half Moon

5 Derek Liu

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