HRV swimmers swamped by Barlow depth chart

By BEN MCCARTY

News staff writer

December 20, 2006

Several Hood River swimmers did well, including a two-win day for Erin Jones, but Barlow’s numerical superiority allowed the Bruins to pick up the overall victory at last week’s Mount Hood Conference dual meet at Barlow.

In several relay races, Barlow had two more swimmers than Hood River, and the extra swimmers allowed Barlow to score more points toward its team total.

Kiana Sanchez also swam well for the Hood River girls with a pair of second place finishes, while Peter Debbaut, Zed Debbaut and Cory Coxen led the boys’ with each recording a first place finish and second place finish during the race.

Highlights for the meet included:

Erin Jones

5:27.67 500 Free 1

2:02.79 200 Free 1

Danielle Shames

7:06.01 500 Free 4

3:01.22 200 IM 3

McKenzie Baxter

1:26.11 100 Back 3

32.37 50 Free 6

Mary Feeley

1:44.02 100 Back 5

1:19.85 100 Free 4

Sarah DeSitter

1:26.41 100 Breast 3

2:51.33 200 IM 2

Alisa Logsdon

1:40.02 100 Breast 5

Sarah Lee

2:39.25 200 Free 3

1:12.15 100 Free 5

Jazmin Marroquin

2:55.76 200 IM 4

Fatima Valle

28.86 50 Free 2

1:03.59 100 Free 2

Selva Marroquin

1:25.65 100 Fly 3

Rebecca Gehrman

1:36.39 100 Fly 5

Shelby Flem

1:43.59 100 Fly 6

Katie Nelson

1:09.30 100 Free 4

Kiana Sanchez

1:18.11 100 Free 2

24.49 50 Free 2

Zoe Kao

1:18.50 100 Free 3

34.81 50 Free 3

Yolanda Ledezma

1:43.81 100 Free 6

45.76 50 Free 6

Sally Pierce

1:46.59 100 IM 1

40.54 50 Free 5

Courtney Butler

47.32 50 Breast 1

Henry Hunt

1:02.07 100 Fly 2

Kyle Donahue

1:04.89 100 Fly 3

2:07.40 200 Free 1

Peter Debbaut

57.23 100 Free 1

1:03.71 100 Back 2

Matt Winkle

1:00.06 100 Free 2

1:07.10 100 Back 4

Elliot Daggett

1:10.06 100 Free 6

1:14.94 100 Breast 4

Cory Coxen

5:44.31 500 Free 2

24.72 50 Free 1

Spencer McClure

7:23.15 500 Free 5

2:38.87 200 Free 6

Kory Harding

2:11.51 200 Free 3

26.23 50 Free 3

Luke MacMillan

7:25.57 500 Free 6

34.58 50 Free 6

Zed Debbaut

1:03.14 100 Breast 1

2:16.09 200 IM 2

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