Penobscot Bay YMCA Sailfish youth swimmers have kept busy in the pool in recent weeks and have, with hard work, talent and dedication to their sport, recorded a remarkable number of stellar, often record-breaking performances.

In the 16th annual YMCA all-star meet, hosted by the Twin Cities swim team, on Sunday, Feb. 5 at Bates College in Lewiston, Sailfish who qualified and represented the Central Maine Team included:

9-10 girls: Rowan Stewart for 50 breaststroke and 50 butterfly.

11-12 girls: Emma Cyr for 200 freestyle and 100 individual medley; Josie Lincoln for 50 fly; Lily Mott for 50 backstroke and 100 IM; and Sarah Van Lonkhuyzen for 100 free.

13-14 girls: Katherine O'Brien for 50 free; Phoebe Root for 50 free and 200 IM; and Sadie Woodruff for 100 breast and 100 free.

13-14 boys: Cameron Hedstrom for 100 fly and 100 breast.

Senior girls: Amanda Mirabile for 200 free.

Senior boys: Connor O'Farrell for 200 free.

The 11-12 400 free relay team of Lincoln, Cyr, Mott and Van Lonkhuyzen also broke the Sailfish record of 4:23.98, set last year at the 2017 Maine Junior Olympics by Lincoln, Kailin Fuller, Van Lonkhuyzen and Cyr, with a new mark standard of 4:13.02.

Woodruff also participated in the Tuffin Up USA Meet on the same day. She broke the Sailfish girls 13-14 1,650 free record with a time of 20:29.22. The previous record holder was Anabel Carter with a 22:09.18 set on Dec. 11, 2010.

Additionally, three new Sailfish records were set during a regular-season YMCA meet on Jan. 27 hosted by the Waldo County YMCA Sailfish.

Van Lonkhuyzen broke the girls 11-12 200 back record with a 2:30.61. The previous record holder was Woodruff with a 2:34.31 on March 17, 2016.

Cyr continues to impress in her young pool career as she broke two more team records at the meet. She broke the girls 11-12 400 IM record with a 5:31.40. The previous record was held by Woodruff with a 5:43.11 on June 25, 2016.

Finally, Cyr broke her own mark, the girls 11-12 200 fly record with a 2:41.97. The previous record was set by Cyr with a 3:06.06 on Nov. 12, 2017.

For complete results, click on the links below.