HRV swimming nets top finishes

In its most recent competition, the Hood River Valley High School swim team traveled to Bend for a dual agaisnt the Gophers, then hosted a three-way meet last Thursday against Gresham and North Marion.

The following are highlights from the three.

Vs. Gresham highlights girls

Team score: 77 HRV, 90 Gresham

200 medley relay: 200 medley relay: 1st, Danielle Miller, Kylie Webb, Dhani Freeland, Madison Kern

200 freestyle: Dhani Freeland, 1st, 2:15.67

200 IM: Danielle Miller, 1st, 2:41.61

50 freestyle: Kylie Webb, 1st, 29.77

100 butterfly: Dhani Freeland, 1st, 1:14.11

100 freestyle: Amy White, 1st, 2:07.02

100 backstroke: Danielle Miller, 1st, 1:14.06

100 breaststroke: Kylie Webb, 1st, 1:21.07

Vs. Gresham highlights boysTeam score: 62 HRV, 107 Gresham

200 medley relay: David Walker, Daniel Mears, Carlos Galvez, Trey Schilling, 1st, 2:05.03

200 freestyle: Trey Schilling, 2nd, 2:25.57

50 freestyle: David Walker, 2nd, 28.39

100 butterfly: Carlos Galvez, 1st, 1:09.71

100 freestyle: Trey Schilling, 2nd, 1:02.47

400 freestyle: David Walker, 1st, 4:56.56

400 freestyle relay: Trey Schilling, Carlos Galvez, Daniel Mears, David Walker, 1st, 4:16.44

Vs. North Marion highlights girls

Team score: 92 HRV, 58 N. Marion

200 medley relay: 1st, Danielle Miller, Kylie Webb, Dhani Freeland, Madison Kern

200 freestyle: Dhani Freeland, 1st, 2:15.67

50 freestyle: Kylie Webb, 1st, 29.77

100 butterfly: Dhani Freeland, 1st, 1:14.11

100 freestyle: Caitlyn Fick, 1st, 1:09.25

200 freestyle relay: Lexi Jones, Amy White, Jocelyn Pedrotti, Caitlyn Fick

100 backstroke: Danielle Miller, 1st, 1:14.06

100 breaststroke: Kylie Webb, 1st, 1:21.07

400 freestyle relay: 1st, Danielle Miller, Jocelyn Pedtotti, McKenzie Booth

Vs. North Marion highlights boys

Team score: 66 HRV, 75 N. Marion

200 medley relay: 1st, David Walker, Daniel Mears, Carlos Galvez, Trey Schilling

200 freestyle: Trey Schilling, 1st, 2:25.50

200 IM: Daniel Mears, 1st, 2:50.12

100 butterfly: Carlos Galvez, 1st, 1:09.91

400 freestyle: David Walker, 1st, 4:56.56

400 freestyle relay: 1st, Trey Schilling, Carlos Galvez, Daniel Mears, David Walker

At Bend highlights girls

Team score: 22, 3rd of 5

200 medley relay: 2nd, Danielle Miller, Kylie Webb, Dhani Freeland, Caitlyn Fick

200 freestyle relay: 5th, Jocelyn Pedrotti, Madison Kern, Lexi Jones, Emily Burns

400 freestyle relay: 2nd, Kylie Webb, Danielle Miller, Caitlyn Fick, Dhani Freeland

Dhani Freeland: 200 freestyle, 1st, 1:58.43; 100 butterfly, 2nd, 1:02.92

Kylie Webb: 200 IM, 2nd, 2:19.30; 100 breaststroke, 1st, 1:13.33

Caitlyn Fick: 50 freestyle, 4th, 27:72

Emily Burns: 100 freestyle, 1:06.83

Danielle Miller: 100 backstroke, 3rd, 1:06.15

At Bend highlights boys:

Team score: 27 pts., 5th of 5

200 medley relay: 3rd, Trey Schilling, Daniel Mears, Carlos Galvez, David Walker

200 freestyle relay: 6th, Carlos Galvez, Trey Schilling, Sam Raulston, David Walker

David Walker: 200 IM, 3rd, 2:15.0; 100 backstroke, 3rd, 1:02.48

Trey Schilling: 50 freestyle, 2nd, 24:21

Carlos Glavez: 100 butterfly, 5th, 1:01.01; 500 freestyle, 7th, 5:49.36

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