Ospreys compete in Redmond

November 23, 2005

The Hood River Swim Team Ospreys took 30 swimmers to Central Oregon this weekend to compete in the Redmond Tri meet against the Cascade Aquatic Club and the Klamath Basin Swim Team.

Highlights from the meet include first time competitors Kainalu Bailey, Conor Dunn and Danielle Miller with solid swims, as well as first place finishes from 11 swimmers.

Individual highlights:

Sebastian Lynch - 50 back 1st

Daniel Mears - 25 free, 100 free 1st

Jacob Mears - 100 free 1st

Adi Robertson - 100 fly 1st

Jessie Robertson - 100 IM , back, 50 free 1st

Charlie Sutherland - 25 fly 1st

Connor Webb - 50 breast, 200 IM 1st

Kylie Webb - 25 free , back, 50 breast 1st

Matt Bergstrom - 50 free, 200 free 1st

Scott Bergstrom - 200 free, 100 fly 1st

Nils Engbersen - 25 breast 1st, 25 back 2nd

Zach Mikkelson - 25 free 2nd

Sarah Brending - 100 breast, fly, 200 IM 2nd

Anika Engbersen - 50 breast 3rd

Danielle Miller - 50 back 3rd

Hunter Peterson - 100 back 3rd

Corrie Brending - 50 fly 3rd

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