HRVHS swimmers have strong day at Invitational

News staff writer

January 31, 2007

Eleven schools from around the state hit the Hood River Pool Saturday morning for the Hood River Valley High School invitational.

While Summit High School wound up with the overall boys title and Redmond finished first among the girls, Eagles swimmers had several good showings on the day. The boys side finished second and had a strong day in the relays. The boys 200 medley relay “A” team won as did the 200 freestyle relay team. The boys individual performances were led by Zed and Peter Debbaut, who both had several first place finishes.

The girls saw string individual swims from Erin Jones and Fatima Valle as well as a third place performance from the 400 Freestyle relay “A” team.



200 Medley Relay

DeSitter-Logsdon-S. Marroquin-Valle 2:21.57-8

Feeley-Shames-Flem-Nelson 2:40.52-16

200 Free

Erin Jones 2:02.05-2

Taylor Miller 2:23.76-9

Jazmin Marroquin 2:29.08-11

Sally Pierce 2:50.22-19

200 IM

Sara DeSitter 2:51.25-11

Selva Marroquin 2:53.84-14

Rebecca Gehrman2:57.24-15

50 Yard Free-J.V

Sally Pierce 33.88-2

Yolanda Ledezma 36.76-6

Carole Holmson 38.87-12

50 Freestyle

Katie Nelson 29.96-9

Zoe Kao 32.62-21

Jordan Zanmiller 32.75-22

Mary Feeley 35.22-32

100 Butterfly

Selva Marroquin 1:19.31-10

Danielle Shames 1:26.54-13

Shelby Flem 1:43.14-17

100 Free

Fatima Valle 1:02.38-5

Katie Nelson 1:05.43-13

Jazmin Marroquin 1:07.46-16

Zoe Kao 1:15.50-31

500 Free

Taylor Miller 6:41.75-9

Rebecca Gehrman 7:09.31-14

200 Freestyle Relay

Jones-J.Marroquin-Valle-Lee 1:55.61-6

Zanmiller-Kao-Shames-Gehrman 2:12.55-15

100 Backstroke

Mackenzie Baxter 1:22.28-19

50 Breast-J.V

Sara Brunk 40.55-1

Courtney Butler 42.02-2

100 Breast

Erin Jones 1:12.34-1

Sara DeSitter 1:25.52-11

Alisa Logsdon 1:29.36-15

Danielle Shames 1:33.47-18

400 Freestyle Relay

Valle-J. Marroquin-Lee-Jones 4:13.00-3

Gehrman-Miller-Ledezma-Nelson 4:55.47-10


200 Yard Medley Relay

Winkle- Z. Debbaut-Hunt-P.Debbaut 1:48.45-1

200 Free

Corey Coxen 1:57.74-2

Kyle Donahue 2:06.25-11

Spencer McClure 2:40.53-24

200 IM

Peter Debbaut 2:07.68-1

Matt Winkle 2:37.28-10

50 Free

Zed Debbaut 23.06-1

Ryan Clarke 33.48-33

100 Butterfly

Henry Hunt 1:00.71-3

Kyle Donahue 1:02.93-6

100 Free

Peter Debbaut 52.17-1

Anthony Walden 1:16.15-30

Ryan Clarke 1:29.57-35

500 Free

Spencer McClure 7:20.90-8

200 Freestyle Relay

Z.Debbaut-Coxen-Hunt-P. Debbaut 1:33.99-1

Walden-Clarke-MacMillan-McClure 2:13.00-16

100 Backstroke

Matt Winkle 1:07.07-5

100 Breast

Zed Debbaut 1:02.78-1

Corey Coxen 1:07.61-3

Boys 400 Freestyle Relay

Hunt-Donahue-Winkle-Coxen 3:45.00-3

Clarke-MacMillan-McClure-Walden 5:15.16-12

Final Standings-Girls

1. Summit High School 361

2. La Grande High School 285

3. Pendleton High School 284

4. Redmond High School 238

5. Hood River Valley High School 222

6. Bend High School 212

7. The Dalles-Wahtonka High School 177

8. Valley Catholic High School 173

9. Baker High School 121

10. Mountain View High School 83

11. Hermiston High School 14

Final standings-Boys

1. Redmond High School 385

2. Hood River Valley High School 311

3. La Grande High School 301

4. Pendleton High School 288

5. Summit High School 271

6. Mountain View High School 129

7. Hermiston High School 119

8. Valley Catholic High School 109

9. Bend High School 85.5

10. The Dalles-Wahtonka High School 69

11. Baker High School 57.5

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