Bergstrom, Walker lead HR swimmers in Redmond

By BEN MCCARTY

News staff writer

November 22, 2006

The Hood River Valley swim team competed at a tri-meet between Hood River, Redmond and Klamath Falls last weekend in Redmond. Matt Bergstrom and David Walker won all four of their events and Dhani Freeland and Myles Cameron both recorded new stat “A” times for Hood River. Annie Veatch, Nohea Bailey, Maggie Ishizaka Jordan Murphy and Stan Ocheskey all participated in their first swim meet at the event. Highlights included:

Anna Anderson (15)

31.76 50 Free 2

1:26.95 100 Breast 1

2:38.82 200 Free 2

2:50.78 200 IM 1

Kainalulu Bailey (10)

2:05.73 100 IM 7

506.15 50 Fly 7

Matthew Bergstrom (10)

35.47 50 Free 1

51.24 50 Breast 1

1:35.51 100 IM 1

43.21 50 Fly 1

Scott Bergstrom (12)

34.32 50 Free 2

47.25 50 Breast 2

1:29.86 100 IM 1

36.99 50 Fly 1

Corrie Brending (10)

37.73 50 Free 2

50.81 50 Breast 3

1:46.19 100 IM 3

50.65 50 Back 8

Sarah Brending (15)

1:46.27 100 Breast 2

3:46.31 200 IM 3

1:40.47 100 Back 2

1:31.41 100 Free 3

Myles Cameron (8)

19.38 25 Free 1

29.88 25 Breast 2

56.46 50 Back 1

29.78 25 Fly 1

Axel Cox (12)

33.39 50 Free 1

1:36.81 100 Free 2

1:15.36 100 Free 1

42.74 50 Fly 2

Anika Engbersen (11)

48.20 50 Breast 3

1:46.800 1000 Breast 2

1:46.89 100 IM 3

1:39.81 100 Free 3

Nils Engbersen (9)

1:00.46 50 Breast 3

2:07.02 100 Breast 2

53.89 50 Back 3

1:55 39 100 Free 5

Dhani Freeland (8)

19.63 25 Free 1

24.41 25 Fly 2

Russel Grim (8)

53.98 50 Free 3

1:13.60 50 Breast 2

1:03.09 50 Back 2

30.09 25 Fly 2

Willie Ishizaka (9)

1:07.86 50 Back 8

Garrett Kelly (10)

52.29 50 Free 6

1:12.71 50 Breast 7

1:08.64 50 Back 9

Daniel Mears (8)

46.42 50 Free 2

29.40 25 Breast 1

2:08.92 1000 IM 2

27.97 25 Back 1

JJ Mears (6)

24.29 25 Free 2

1:13.10 50 Back 3

32.21 25 Fly 3

Davis Melkonian (6)

37.25 25 Free 9

42.20 25 Back 6

Micah Melkonian (9)

2:05.13 100 Breast 1

1:58.01 100 IM 3

1:42.18 100 Free 3

Erin Nelson (10)

3:14.65 200 Free 1

1:53.27 100 IM 6

46.59 50 Back 4

Molly Nelson (7)

27.74 25 Back 3

2:05.03 100 Free 1

Stan Ochesky (9)

53.57 50 Free 7

1:09.88 50 Breast 5

1:02.96 50 Back 7

Hunter Perterson (10)

54.05 50 Breast 5

1:50.91 100 IM 5

Taylor Peterson (7)

52.35 25 Breast 5

36.47 25 Back 4

Mariah Rawding (10)

36.24 50 Free 1

1:38.39 100 Breast 1

1:29.03 100 IM 1

43.74 50 Fly 1

Addison Redmond (12)

1:07.31 50 Back 4

Brodie Sutherland (11)

37.56 50 Free 5

53.95 50 Breast 3

1:43.06 100 IM 4

Aidan Trummel

24.81 25 Free 3

31.50 25 Back 2

39,49 25 Fly 4

Annie Veatch (11)

1:15.89 50 Fly 3

Alyssa Walker (13)

1:32.4 100 Breast 2

1:31.49 100 Fly 1

David Walker (8)

46.35 50 Free 1

1:10.27 50 Breast 1

2:08.02 200 IM 1

1:20.20 100 Free 2

Connor Webb (11)

46.93 50 Breast 1

1:42.77 1000 Breast 1

3:14.02 200 IM 1

1:20.20 100 Free 2

Kylie Webb (9)

48.06 50 Breast 2

1:42.31 100 Breast 2

1:37.76 100 IM 2

Blake Winner (7)

29.40 25 Free 4

40.17 25 Breast 3

35.40 25 Back 3

Ericka Winner (10)

1:49.76 100 IM 4

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