Soldotna collects 8 wins at Seward Invitational swim meet

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 11, 2014 9:53pm
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The Soldotna swimming team led the Kenai Peninsula with eight victories Saturday at the Seward Invitational.

Team scores were not available as the Clarion went to press.

Megan English took the 500-yard and 50-yard freestyles for the Stars, while Rachel Henry won the 200 individual medley. The SoHi girls also had a win in the 400 freestyle relay.

On the boys side, Jacob Hall won the 100 free and David Hall won the 500 free. The SoHi boys also won the 200 and 400 freestyle relays.

 

Seward Invitational

Saturday in Seward

GIRLS

200-yard medley relay — 1. Colony (Dayton, Sullivan, Kinworthy, Crosley), 2 minutes, 1.92 seconds; 2. Soldotna, 2:02.16; 3. Valdez, 2:05.46; 4. Kenai, 2:09.62; 5. Homer, 2:11.48; 6. Wasilla, 2:14.72.

200 freestyle — 1. Sierra Kinworthy, Col, 2:00.87; 2. Celestina Castro, Ken, 2:11.26; 3. Rachel Crosley, Col, 2:15.65; 4. Tess Turnbull, Val, 2:24.48; 5. Jenna Hansen, Sol, 2:28.62; 6. Emily Boone, Sol, 2:30.42.

200 individual medley — 1. Rachel Henry, Sol, 2:30.56; 2. Rylee Norris, Val, 2:35.27; 3. Lauren Kuhns, Hom, 2:35.82; 4. Samantha Belliston, Was, 2:38.09; 5. Josie McNelly, Val, 2:39.65; 6. Anne Sullivan, Col, 2:41.73.

50 freestyle — 1. Megan English, Sol, 26.78; 2. Portia Padilla, Sol, 27.56; 3. Cheyanne Smith, Hom, 27.69; 4. Claire McElroy, Sol, 28.33; 5. Kirsten Nyquist, Ken, 28.40; 6. Bre Sterner, Col, 29.41.

100 butterfly — 1. Sierra Kinworthy, Col, 1:03.65; 2. Riley McNelly, Val, 1:06.67; 3. Celestina Castro, Ken, 1:08.32; 4. Portia Padilla, Sol, 1:12.10; 5. Emily Doyel, Val, 1:13.12; 6. Shyanne Massie, Was, 1:15.98.

100 freestyle — 1. Rachel Crosley, Col, 59.72; 2. Sasha Hamner, Sew, 1:00.28; 3. Rachel Henry, Sol, 1:00.54; 4. Camille Dayton, Col, 1:00.78; 5. Samantha Belliston, Was, 1:01.92; 6. Aurora Shadle, Hom, 1:02.34.

500 freestyle — 1. Megan English, Sol, 5:52.40; 2. Lauren Kuhns, Hom, 6:05.16; 3. Rylee Norris, Val, 6:07.05; 4. Mikaela Pitsch, Ken, 6:18.89; 5. Isabell Henry, Sol, 6:22.38; 6. Tess Turnbull, Val, 6:45.41.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Colony (Kinworthy, Dayton, Sterner, Crosley), 1:51.94; 2. Valdez, 1:52.43; 3. Kenai, 1:52.95; 4. Soldotna, 1:54.50; 5. Colony, 1:59.27; 6. Colony, 2:06.16.

100 backstroke — 1. Camille Dayton, Col, 1:10.47; 2. Aurora Shadle, Hom, 1:10.85; 3. Emily Doyel, Val, 1:11.23; 4. Micah Maffe, Col, 1:12.40; 5. Calista Snavley, Col, 1:15.90; 6. Isabell Henry, Sol, 1:16.20.

100 breaststroke — 1. Riley McNelly, Val, 1:14.30; 2. Kirsten Nyquist, Ken, 1:19.11; 3. Cheyanne Smith, Hom, 1:19.19; 4. Sasha Hamner, Sew, 1:22.63; 5. Mackenzie Seims, Was, 1:25.91; 6. Alexandra Butler, Was, 1:26.60.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Soldotna, 3:58.26; 2. Homer, 4:20.13; 3. Wasilla, 4:27.60; 4. Colony, 4:43.90; 5. Wasilla, 4:57.97; 6. Kenai, 4:58.46.

BOYS

200 medley relay — 1. Colony (Chastain, Tira, Gossett, Clyde), 1:57.33; 2. Valdez, 1:59.18; 3. Soldotna, 2:02.47; 4. Kenai, 2:03.65; 5. Wasilla, 2:04.65; 6. Colony, 2:20.36.

200 freestyle — 1. Jake Simmons, Col, 1:54.37; 2. Joseph Anderson, Col, 1:57.46; 3. Jacob Creglow, Sol, 1:58.60; 4. Elliot Amato, Col, 2:00.73; 5. Jacob Dye, Ken, 2:04.32; 6. Leo Castellani, Hom, 2:06.01.

200 individual medley — 1. Zach Bloom, Col, 2:07.46; 2. Josh Peck, Ken, 2:11.82; 3. Jacob Hall, Sol, 2:15.50; 4. Remi Nagle, Hom, 2:18.22; 5. Nathaniel Lazaros, Sol, 2:25.63; 6. Koya Barrette, Was, 2:33.05.

50 freestyle — 1. Joseph Anderson, Col, 24.16; 2. Sergei Wegner, Val, 24.66; 3. Isaiah Tira, Col, 25.20; 4. Brent Christenson, Sol, 26.09; 5. Daniel Clyde, Col, 27.06; 6. Isaac Fife, Was, 27.22.

100 butterfly — 1. Jake Simmons, Col, 55.53; 2. Remi Nagle, Hom, 58.89; 3 (tie). Ryan Chastain, Col, Camerson Gossett, Col, 1:04.83; 5. Griffin Downey, Hom, 1:05.20; 6. Thomas Vanek, Hom, 1:18.26.

100 freestyle — 1. Jacob Hall, Sol, 51.06; 2. Elliot Amato, Col, 51.90; 3. Jacob Balowski, Val, 57.33; 4. Daniel Clyde, Col, 57.96; 5. Brent Christenson, Sol, 59.65; 6. Stuart Relay, Val, 59.96.

500 freestyle — 1. David Hall, Sol, 5:33.80; 2. Sergei Wegner, Val, 5:36.29; 3. Leo Castellani, Hom, 5:43.43; 4. Griffin Downey, Hom, 5:55.39; 5. Nathaniel Lazaros, Sol, 6:05.62; 6. Cody Kincaid, Sol, 6:10.64.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Soldotna, 1:33.76; 2. Colony, 1:43.18; 3. Homer, 1:45.68; 4. Valdez, 1:49.30; 5. Soldotna, 2:03.19; 6. Wasilla, 2:06.24.

100 backstroke — 1. Zach Bloom, Col, 59.65; 2. Christopher Cummins, Val, 1:03.90; 3. Jacob Balowski, Val, 1:05.04; 4. David Hall, Sol, 1:05.60; 5. Ryan Chastain, Col, 1:05.96; 6. Camerson Gossett, Col, 1:09.04.

100 breaststroke — 1. Cody Watkins, Sol, 1:05.72; 2. Josh Peck, Ken, 1:10.30; 3. Gary Robertson, Was, 1:12.07; 4. Cody Kincaid, Sol, 1:16.29; 5. Isaiah Tira, Col, 1:16.75; 6. Jeremy Ruggiero, Ken, 1:20.72.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Soldotna, 3:24.85; 2. Colony, 3:25.16; 3. Homer, 3:56.03; 4. Soldotna, 4:02.27; 5. Wasilla, 4:07.17; 6. Kenai, 4:21.34.

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