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Swimmers impress in Roseville, Minden meets

The Tahoe Swim Club recently attended two meets one in Minden and the other in Roseville.

the Roseville meet was a very competitive one as we were competing against swimmers who have trail times for the Olympics. We had five swimmers who did extremely well considering the very high level of competition as shown below.

MEET HIGHLIGHTS: (Roseville)



SNRT (Sierra Nevada Report Times) Eddie Shepherd (18) 100 backstroke, 200 fly, 200 backstroke.

A-Medals (Roseville meet) was awarded to: Melissa Anstett (13) 100 breaststroke. Leanne Debelli (10) 100 freestyle. Lauren Falls (10) 100 individual medley. Lacey Leonard (12) 100 freestyle. Rand Norberg (8) 25 backstroke. Lacey Payne (10) 100 individual medley, 100 fly, 100 backstroke. Hunter Robinson 200 individual medley. Joey Suder (12) 500 freestyle, 200 individual medley, 50 fly.



OTHER TAHOE RESULTS: (Roseville)

15 and Up:

Eddie Shepherd (18) fourth 400 individual medley/100 backstroke/200 fly/50 freestyle, second 100 fly, third 200 individual medley, fifth 200 backstroke.

9-10:

Lauren Falls (10) fourth 100 breaststroke, third 50 breast. Lacy Payne (10) eight 100 fly, sixth 100 back. Hunter Robinson (9) fourth 100 breaststroke, seventh breaststroke, eight 100 backstroke.

8-Under:

Rand Norbert (8) eight 50 breast.

MEET HIGHLIGHTS: (Minden)

Luca Genasci (6) won the high point trophy for 6-under. Cian McDonnell won the 8-under high point trophy.

A-TIMES: (Minden)

Jordan Hardy (15) 50 freestyle, 200 breaststroke. Ted Odlin (14) 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle.

OTHER TAHOE RESULTS: (Minden)

15 and up: Blue Flight

Jordan Hardy (15) fifth 50 freestyle, sixth 200 breaststroke, eight 100 back.

13-14: Blue Flight

Ted Odlin (14) fifth 200 freestyle, fourth 500 freestyle, seventh 100 fly.

11-12: Blue Flight

Ashley Bratton (12) fifth 500 freestyle, eight 200 freestyle. Greg Koeck (11) eight 50 freestyle/50 breaststroke.

11-12: White Flight

Rachel Corey (12) seventh 50 freestyle, fifth 50 backstroke, fourth 50 breaststroke/100 freestyle, third 100 individual medley/100 breast, first 50 fly. Nika Hsiao (11) seventh 50 backstroke.

9-10: Blue Flight

Robert Reed (9) seventh 100 individual medley. Sebastia Romagnolo (10) second 100 fly, eight 50 breaststroke/100 freestyle, seventh 100 breaststroke, sixth 50 fly.

9-10: White Flight

Brooke Borges (9) fifth 100 backstroke, sixth 100 breaststroke, eight 100 freestyle. Josefina Sigala (10) fifth 50 breaststroke, sixth 100 individual medley.

8-Under: Blue Flight

Hanna Bratton (6) fourth 25 backstroke, first 1100 freestyle/25 breaststroke, third 25 freestyle. Luca Genasci (6) first 25 backstroke/25 breaststroke/25 freestyle. Hannah Kropf (8) fourth 25 backstroke/25 breaststroke, third 50 fly, eight 25 free. Cian McDonnell (8) second 25/50 fly, 25/50/100 freestyle, 50 breaststroke, first 50 backstroke/100 individual medley/25 breaststroke, third 25 backstroke. Torrey Rasmussen (6) first 25 backstroke, second 25 breaststroke, fourth 25 freestyle. Albert Reed (7) third 25 fly/50 freestyle, fifth 100 individual medley. Nicholas Tourney (8) fourth 25/50 freestyle, 25 backstroke, fifth 50 backstroke, third 25/50 breaststroke, 100 freestyle, 50 fly, second 100 individual medley.

The Tahoe Swim Club will be attending Nevada State Championships hosted by Carson Tigersharks at the Carson City Aquatic Facility on November 11-14. This four-day event is one of the biggest events of the year for the Tahoe swimmers with the competition coming from as far as Las Vegas and the Reno area. The swimmers have been doing extra practice on Friday’s and Saturday’s (showing up even in their pajamas), so that they can be in top shape for this event.


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