For all the Eagle athletes in Bangkok, the games were just getting warmed up on their second day of IASAS.
Boy’s rugby beat TAS 17-0.
The boys also beat ISKL 12-10.
GIRLS’ TOUCH RUGBY
Girls’ touch rugby beat ISKL 4-1.
Later on in the day, they were also able to beat JIS 3-1, putting them in the finals.
Sophomore Hadley Ackerman won the gold in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:26.20, followed close behind by freshman Sydney Brown, who jumped from her fourth place spot in the prelims to second in the finals with a time of 2:27.43.
“Going into finals was really intimidating because there was a lot of tough competition, so finishing first and second with personal bests was definitely exciting for us,” Ackerman said.
Next in the 800 free, junior Kaitlyn Ritchey placed second with a time of 9:22.79 and freshman Meagan Clark placed third with a time of 9:35.59.
Junior Caitlin Loi was close to breaking the school record time of 2:48 with her time of 2:50.60. Captain Mackenzie Hirsch came in second place with a time of 2:52.86.
Freshman Sydney Brown placed second in the 100 freestyle with an amazing time of 58.86.
The girls 4 x 100 medley relay team, comprised of junior Hanna Chuang, senior Mackenzie Hirsch, sophomore Hadley Ackerman, and freshman Meagan Clark, ended the day strong by coming in first with a time of 4:36.59.
Eagle boys were also able to hold on to their first place lead throughout the second day.
Junior Kevin Clydesdale came in third place in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:17.24.
Sophomore Zachary Goldwax also edged into third place with a time of 54.25 in the 100 freestyle.
Captain Kenny Liu placed first in the 800 freestyle with a time of 8:23.43.
The boys 4 x 100 medley relay team, comprised of captains Kenny Liu and Frankie Hearne, junior Kevin Clydesdale, and sophomore Zachary Goldwax, also came in first place with a time of 4:04.92.