Space Coast Crew Brings Home Trophy From FRSA State Sculling Championship
By Space Coast Daily // April 25, 2016
comprised of 35 schools and clubs
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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Brevard County’s own Space Coast Crew has added more hardware to their collection at the Florida State Sculling Championships held in Sarasota’s Nathan Benderson Park.
Over the April 16-17 weekend, Space Coast Crew achieved amazing results for the club at the Florida State Sculling Championships.
Rowers eligible to compete in the Florida State Sculling Championships are members of the Florida Scholastic Rowing Association (FSRA), which is comprised of 35 schools and clubs with 297 boat entries.
Space Coast Crew had four entrees with only the girl’s team competing this year. All four entries made it to the the finals. The Freshman Double had big shoes to fill as Space Coast Crew rowers, Sydney Novak and Marrissa Scalise, took home the trophy the previous year.
The rowers of Space Coast Crew had an exceptional showing at the Florida State Sculling Championships attaining the following results:
• Girl’s Freshman 2X – State Champions
: Emily Eastwood and Meghan Litchfield both students of Westshore Jr/Sr High
• Girl’s Lightweight Double – Second place in the State: Maya Grimm of Homeschool and Sydney Novak of Viera High School
• Girl’s Lightweight Single – Second place in the State: Danielle Kammerer of Merritt Island High
• Girl’s Varsity Quad – Sixth in the State: Tiffany DeZayas of Edgwood Jr/Sr High, Molly Compagnoni of Satellite High, Marissa Scalise of Westshore Jr/Sr High, Katrina of Westshore Jr/Sr High
￼The success achieved by Space Coast Crew at the Florida State Sculling Championships adds to the exceptional results achieved at the Brevard Cup earlier this month.
On April 29, Space Coast Crew will travel to Sarasota to compete in the Florida State Sweeps Championship.
To learn more about Space Coast Crew summer camps and row for free programs, visit spacecoastcrew.org