HRVHS swimmers earn victory at home


News staff writer

December 9, 2006

Erin Jones won two individual events and the HRVHS girls relay teams won the 200 Freestyle relay and the 400 Freestyle relay while the boys 200 Medley relay and the 200 Freestyle relay to earn a team victory over Centennial in their first home swim meet of the season.

Highlights included:


Taylor Miller

2:29.24 200 Free 3

6:47.53 500 Free 2

Jazmin Marroquin

2:32.87 200 Free 5

1:08.96 100 Free 4

Selva Marroquin

7:12.75 500 Free 4

1:23.24 100 Butterfly 2

Sarah Lee

2:30.68 200 Free 4

6:58.31 500 Free 3

Sarah DeSitter

2:51.55 200 Ind. Medley 2

173.05 100 Breast 2

Danielle Shames

2:57.78 200 Ind. Medley 4

132.15 100 Breast 3

Rebecca Gehrman

3:06.27 200 Ind. Medley 5

138.08 100 Back 4

Fatima Valle

29.05 50 Free 2

1:05.12 100 Free 1

Katie Nelson

29.44 50 Free 3

McKenzie Baxter

31.93 50 Free 5

125.90 100 Back 3

Erin Jones

1:09.22 100 Butterfly 1

109.46 100 Back 1

Shelby Flem

1:34.87 100 Butterfly 5

Mary Feeley

1:18.31 100 Free 6

Alisa Logsdon

144.31 100 Breast 6

Kory Harding

2:16.68 200 Free 2

Kyle Donahue

2:12.02 200 Free 1

1:05.62 100 Butterfly 2

Luke MacMillian

2:54.18 200 Free 4

1:25.55 100 Free 3

Peter Debbaut

2:11.27 200 Ind. Medley 1

Matt Winkle

2:42.12 200 Ind. Medley 3

Zed Debbaut

24.06 50 Free 1

57.46 100 Free 1

Elliot Daggett

30.74 50 Free 2

Spencer McClure

32.44 50 Free 3

500 Free 6:39.05 3

Henry Hunt

1:01.44 100 Butterfly 1

Corey Coxen

5:40.55 500 Free 2

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