CHS girls swim lead all-region team
As could be expected, Carson High’s six-time NIAA/U.S. Bank State Championship girls swimming team was well-represented in the all-Northern Nevada selections.
Kate Hardt made the first team in two events while Lauren Costella, Tara Theilemann, Megan Keller and Jessie Hong also made the first team for the Senators. Douglas High’s Charlene Rigdon was a first-team choice in two events as well.
Hardt made the first team in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 free, Theilemann joined Hardt on the first team in the 200 free, Keller made the first team in the 100 butterfly, Hong made it in the 100 back and Costella was named in the 500 free.
Rigdon made the first team in the 100 back and 50 free while Douglas High’s Konnie Seamons joined Hardt on the first team in the 100 free.
For the boys, Carson’s Justin Barber made the first team in two events, the 200 individual medley and the 500 free. In addition, Carson’s Ryan Theilemann made the first team in the 100 breaststroke and Galena’s Devin Reese was chosen in the 100 back.
Second team choices for the girls were Seamons in the 200 free, Costella in the 200 I.M., Theilemann in the 100 back and Galena’s Beth Hejny and Piper Stremmel in the 100 breaststroke.
Carson divers Ricky Correlli and Aaron Reinhardt made the boys second team in diving. Kiel Costella made the boys second team in the 500 free for Carson.
Other second team choices for Douglas were Peter Keegan in the 50 free and 100 free, Scott Cronk in the 100 fly and Andrew Sturgess in the 100 free. Galena’s Erik Tendeland and Michael Damonte also made the second team in the 100 breaststroke.
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