HRV swimmers get best of Rams


News staff writer

January 6, 2007

The Hood River Valley Eagles swim team got back into its home pool on Thursday night and promptly splashed its way to victory over the Central Catholic Rams.

Sarah DeSitter, Erin Jones, Kyle Donahue and Zed and Peter Debbaut all had two wins to lead the Eagles to the win.

“I was very pleasantly surprised,” Coach Jane Nichols said of her team’s effort.

The Eagles had 38 best swims on the girls’ side and 32 best swims on the boys’ side.

Complete results:


200 Medley Relay

Jones-Desitter-S. Marroquin-Valle 2:15.02 2

Baxter-Logsdon-Gehrman-J. Marroquin 2:30.90 3

200 Free Style

Sarah Lee 2:28.44 1

Taylor Miller 2:32.53 2

Jordan Zanmiller 2:47.55 5

200 Ind. Medley

Sarah DeSitter 2:43.90 1

Danielle Shames 3:00.63 3

Selva Marroquin 3:04.34 4

50 Freestyle

Katie Nelson 29/46 2

Jazmin Marroquin 30.57 3

McKenzie Baxter 32.53 4

100 Butterfly

Selva Marroquin 1:20.74 1

Rebecca Gehrman 1:40.46

Shelby Flem 1:40.18 4

200 Freestyle

Erin Jones 5:41.84 1

Fatima Valle 1:04.37 3

Katie Nelson 1:09.49 5

500 Freestyle

Erin Jones 5:41.84 1

Sarah Lee 6:45.84 2

Danielle Shames 7:07.48 3

200 Freestyle relay

J. Marroquin-Miller-Lee-Shames 2:07.22 2

Butler-Sanchez-Kao-Zanmiller 2:23.24 3

Pierce-Ledezma-Holmson-Brunk 2:35.01 4

200 Backstroke

Fatima Valle 1:19.72 4

McKenzie Baxter 1:24.50 5

Rebecca Gehrman 1:28.74 6

100 Breast stroke

Sarah DeSitter 1:24.67 1

Alisa Logsdon 1:31.65 4

Shelby Flem 1:41.89 5

400 Freestyle Relay

Lee-J. Marroquin-Jones-Valley 4:31.08 1

Nelson-Miller-Gehrman-Baxter 4:48.49 3


200 Medley Relay

Winkle-Daggett-Hunt-Z.Debbaut 1:54.78 1

200 Freestyle

Kyle Donahue 2:08.22 1

Spencer McClure 2:42.72 3

Luke Macmillan 2:54.46 4

200 Ind Medley

Peter Debbaut 2:09.46 1

Cory Coxen 2:16.22 2

50 Freestyle

Peter Debbaut 26.46 1

Elliot Daggett 29.81 4

100 Butterfly

Zed Debbaut 59.31 1

Henry Hunt 1:02.24 2

100 Freestyle

Kyle Donahue 58.18 1

500 Freestyle

Spencer McClure 7:33.40 2

Luke Macmillan 8:18.02 3

200 Freestyle relay

Coxen-P. Debbaut-Donahue-Hunt 1:38.44 1

Winkle-Daggett-McClure-Macmillan 2:11.08 3

100 Backstroke

Zed Debbaut 1:03.96 1

Matt Winkle 1:07.27 2

100 Breast stroke

Corey Coxen 1:10.40 1

Elliot Daggett 1:15.12 2

400 Freestyle relay

P. Debbaut- Donahue-Hunt- Z. Debbaut 3:42.44

Clark-Macmillan-McLure-Winkle -:—:— n/a

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