HRV Swim Team hosts Spring Sprinter Invitational

The Hood River Valley Swim Team hosted its annual Spring Sprinter Invitational earlier this month with 77 swimmers representing the host team. Below are top-ten results from HRVST swimmers at the event.

Sarah Arpag (9): 100 IM, 6th, 50 free, 7th, 50 breast, 9th, 500 free, 1st;

Sean Arpag (11), 100 IM, 10th, 50 breast, 10th;

Leif Bergstrom (14), 200 IM, 7th, 100 free, 10th, 100 breast, 8th;

Per Bergstrom (12), 100 IM, 3rd, 50 free, 5th, 50 fly, 3rd;

Scott Bergstrom (18), 100 free, 1st, 100 breast, 2nd, 100 back, 1st, 100 fly, 1st, 500 free, 1st, 50 free, 1st; Allison Burke (12), 100 IM, 2nd; 50 free, 1st, 500 free, 8th;

Courtney Castaneda (13), 500 free, 9th;

Marina Castaneda (7), 25 free, 10th, 25 breast, 3rd, 25 fly, 4th;

Amy Elliott (7), 25 breast, 8th, 25 fly, 8th;

Dhani Freeland (14), 200 IM, 1st, 100 free, 8th, 100 back, 5th, 100 fly, 7th;

Carlos Galvez (15), 200 IM, 2nd, 100 free, 6th, 100 fly, 4th, 500 free, 4th;

Audrey Hinchliff (12), 50 breast, 4th;

Dacia Kasenga (11), 50 free, 10th, 50 breast, 3rd;

Shea Kasenga (9), 50 breast, 7th;

Clayton Lee (10), 50 fly, 8th;

Alea McCarty (12), 100 IM, 5th, 50 free, 3rd, 50 back, 7th, 50 fly, 2nd;

Danielle Miller (16), 100 breast, 7th, 100 back, 6th;

Mariah Rawding (17), 100 free, 5th, 100 breast, 3rd, 100 back, 3rd, 100 fly, 5th;

Shea DiMera (8), 25 free, 6th, 25 breast, 2nd;

Andrea Smith (11), 50 free, 6th;

Nadia Smith (13) 200 IM, 6th, 100 breast, 5th, 1650 free, 2nd; Thea Smith (8), 25 free, 1st, 25 breast, 4th, 25 back, 2nd, 25 fly, 2nd, 500 free, 4th;

Erin Sutherland (12), 100 IM, 4th, 50 breast, 1st;

Abby Tomlinson (7), 25 free, 2nd, 25 breast, 9th, 25 back, 4th;

Madison Uthmann (8), 25 free, 7th, 25 breast, 7th;

Connor Webb (18), 100 free, 3rd, 100 breast, 1st, 100 back, 2nd, 100 fly, 3rd, 500 free, 2nd;

Kylie Webb (16), 100 free, 9th, 100 breast, 4th, 100 back, 7th, 100 fly, 8th, 500 free, 3rd.

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