All smiles


Members of the D.A.R.T.S. (Delaware Aquatic Racing Team Stingrays) 8U girls 25 freestyle relay team — Kara Glesenkamp, Mia Saksa, Kaitlyn Sallows and Norah Marshall from left to right — wait in the bullpen prior to their race during the Greater Columbus Swim League’s championship meet last week at the Jack Florence Pool in Delaware. The Stingrays dominated the meet, capturing titles in both the Junior and Senior divisions. The D.A.R.T.S. were crowned overall GCSL champs with a combined point total of 3,423. Highlands, the runner-up, finished with a combined score of 1,854.5. The Juniors won the title for the eighth time while the Seniors took top honors for the sixth time. The Stingrays last captured both championships in 2013.


Members of the D.A.R.T.S. (Delaware Aquatic Racing Team Stingrays) 8U girls 25 freestyle relay team — Kara Glesenkamp, Mia Saksa, Kaitlyn Sallows and Norah Marshall from left to right — wait in the bullpen prior to their race during the Greater Columbus Swim League’s championship meet last week at the Jack Florence Pool in Delaware. The Stingrays dominated the meet, capturing titles in both the Junior and Senior divisions. The D.A.R.T.S. were crowned overall GCSL champs with a combined point total of 3,423. Highlands, the runner-up, finished with a combined score of 1,854.5. The Juniors won the title for the eighth time while the Seniors took top honors for the sixth time. The Stingrays last captured both championships in 2013.

Members of the D.A.R.T.S. (Delaware Aquatic Racing Team Stingrays) 8U girls 25 freestyle relay team — Kara Glesenkamp, Mia Saksa, Kaitlyn Sallows and Norah Marshall from left to right — wait in the bullpen prior to their race during the Greater Columbus Swim League’s championship meet last week at the Jack Florence Pool in Delaware. The Stingrays dominated the meet, capturing titles in both the Junior and Senior divisions. The D.A.R.T.S. were crowned overall GCSL champs with a combined point total of 3,423. Highlands, the runner-up, finished with a combined score of 1,854.5. The Juniors won the title for the eighth time while the Seniors took top honors for the sixth time. The Stingrays last captured both championships in 2013.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/07/web1_darts1.jpgMembers of the D.A.R.T.S. (Delaware Aquatic Racing Team Stingrays) 8U girls 25 freestyle relay team — Kara Glesenkamp, Mia Saksa, Kaitlyn Sallows and Norah Marshall from left to right — wait in the bullpen prior to their race during the Greater Columbus Swim League’s championship meet last week at the Jack Florence Pool in Delaware. The Stingrays dominated the meet, capturing titles in both the Junior and Senior divisions. The D.A.R.T.S. were crowned overall GCSL champs with a combined point total of 3,423. Highlands, the runner-up, finished with a combined score of 1,854.5. The Juniors won the title for the eighth time while the Seniors took top honors for the sixth time. The Stingrays last captured both championships in 2013.