The East Central Swim Team will be offering swimming lessons this summer to kids ages 4 and up. We maytake POTTY-TRAINED 3-year-olds depending on the child’s ability and available space. You do not have tolive in the area to take part in our swimming lessons. Each session will consist of eight, forty minuteclasses all taught by Lifeguard Certified Instructors. All lessons will be $65 per child with a special $60 rate forthose who sign up for session 1. We will cap all lessons to 30 students so get registered quickly.2019 Summer Swimming LessonsAge Group State was March 8-10 and Senior State was March 15-17. East Central Swim Team had a very strong showing at both meets. ECST was represented by 14 athletes competing in these meets. The age group meet saw everyone leave with best times include the 200 Medley Relay (Nick Weber, Frank Strotman, Luke Jackson, and Kaden Cummins) finishing in the top 20. Henry Strotman was 19th in 50 breast. Riley Reany ended up 13th in the 200 free. Nick Weber was the star of the show finishing with 3 podium finishes (3rd in 100 back, 5th in 100 free), including winning the state championship in the 50 freestyle setting a new state record. We’re proud of all the ECST Age Group swimmers.Senior State featured our older athletes competing against HS and College athletes. Jackson Ketcham qualified for Futures in his 200 Fly with an 11th place finish. Kyra Hall swam well, dropping time in the 200 backstroke. Nick Weber qualified for finals in the 100 backstroke. Olivia Nixon swam both the 50 free and 100 free. The medley relay of Kyra Hall, Jordan Marro, Mackenzie Schantz, Olivia Nixon swam well finishing ahead of their seeded place.Qualifying for the Futures Meet in Greensboro, NC are Jackson Ketcham, Nick Weber, and Kyra Hall.Way to go ECST.Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.