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Swim team is on hot streak

Tribune staff report

Coach Dale Bogard recently took a group from the Tahoe Swim Club to the Bishop Swim Team Invitational meet. The temperatures were hot, but so were the swimmers.

Luca Genasci took 8-and-under boys high point and Tim Powers was 13-14 boys reserve high point winner. Hanna Bratton, 7, swam to a new A time in the 50 backstroke and Shawna Rawlings, 8, also got new A times in the 25 freestyle and the 50 breaststroke.

The Tahoe Swim Club hosted its second invitational swim meet July 13-15. The swimmers in attendance were rewarded with beautiful Tahoe weather.

For the third meet in a row, Genasci was 8-and-under boys high point. Genasci swam to firsts in the 100 freestyle, 100 individual medley, 50 breaststroke and 25 breaststroke.

Another repeat performance was turned in by Melissa Anstett, the 15-16 girls high point winner for the second meet in a row, with firsts in the 200 backstroke and 100 breaststroke.

Charlie Odlin had an incredible meet, breaking records in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:26.00; 100 individual medley, 1:08.18; 50 butterfly, 29.12; and 50 freestyle, 27.05. Odlin was first in all those events plus winning the 50 backstroke, 50 breaststroke, 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke and the 11-12 boys high point.

The swimmers with new B times are Sarah Breisacher, Lexi Brooks, Bailey Flood, Ricky Harter, Jason Meller, Drew Norberg, Cierra Rawlings, Shawna Rawlings, Patrick Reilly, Lindsey Rix, Hillary Santana and Kelsey Smith. New A times belong to Ellen Gallanty, Nicole Gentle, Hannah Kropf, Ryan Meller, Rand Norberg, Tim Powers, Zach Powers, Shawna Rawlings and Albert Reed.

The next swim meet for the Tahoe Swim Club is the Zone 4 Championship meet Aug. 3 -5 at the Carson Valley Swim Center.

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