HRVST posts many top finishes

Hood River Valley Swim Team traveled to Vancouver’s Marshall Center last weekend for a winter invitational swim meet. Leading the way for the Ospreys was 18-year-old team member Scott Bergstrom, who won six of seven events and finished second in the one he didn’t win.

HRVST top five finishes:

Sarah Arpag: 200 free, 4th; 50 free, 5th; 100 IM, 4th; 200 IM, 3rd

Per Bergstrom: 50 back, 4th

Scott Bergstrom: 400 IM, 1st; 500 free, 1st; 100 breast, 1st; 100 fly, 1st; 200 IM, 1st; 100 free, 1st; 50 free, 2nd

Allison Burke: 1,000 free, 2nd; 400 IM, 1st

Emilio Castaneda: 200 IM, 1st; 50 breast, 1st; 50 fly, 1st

Marina Castaneda: 25 breast, 4th

Dhani Freeland: 100 free, 1st; 100 back, 1st; 200 IM, 1st

Chad Klas: 50 free; 2nd; 100 IM, 1st; 100 fly, 1st

Clayton Lee: 200 IM, 5th; 50 fly, 4th

Erin Nelson: 500 free, 5th

Mariah Rawding: 1,000 free, 2nd; 100 breast, 1st; 200 free, 1st; 100 fly, 5th; 200 IM, 2nd; 200 breast, 1st; 100 back, 4th

Brad Rich: 100 free, 3rd; 200 breast, 5th

Jamie Robinson: 100 breast, 5th

Nadia Smith: 50 free, 3rd; 200 free; 1st; 100 fly, 2nd; 100 free, 5th; 200 breast, 3rd; 200 IM, 4th

Thea Smith: 200 free,1st; 25 free, 2nd; 50 free, 4th; 25 back, 2nd; 25 breast, 5th; 50 breast, 5th; 25 fly, 6th

David Torrescano: 25 back, 4th

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