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February 27, 2014
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Dolfins show improvement at home meet


Seventeen Douglas Dolfins were top 10 finishers in high point scoring for their age groups Feb. 14-16 during the team’s St. Valentine Meet at the Carson Valley Swim Center.

7-8 age group

Girls: Cammie Jahreis entered eight events and dropped her time by 1.15 seconds in the 25-yard freestyle and 2.92 in the 50 backstroke. She placed 11th and set times to beat in the 25 and 50 breaststroke, plus the 25 and 50 butterfly.

Boys: Daniel Willis improved in each of his eight events and took second in the high point trophy race. He dropped 8.41 seconds in the 50 freestyle and 8.67 in the 50 backstroke, setting new Pacific Swimming B standard times of 49.34 and 1:00.21. He took off 2.31 seconds in the 25 breaststroke and 5.98 to place second in the 50 breaststroke. He also set times to beat in the 100 individual medley, in addition to placing fourth in the 100 freestyle, fifth in the 25 butterfly and second in the 50 butterfly.

Matthew Yturbide dropped 3.21 seconds in the 50 and 2.24 in the 25 backstroke, placing eighth in both events, and 7.97 in the 50 backstroke.

9-10 age group

Girls: Kylie Compton dropped one-half second in the 50 freestyle, 4.02 in the 100 IM and set a time to beat in the 200 freestyle.

Sofia Delange had new Pacific B times of 36.29 in the 50 freestyle, an improvement of 4.35 seconds, and 1:35.78 in the 100 backstroke, taking off 3.79 seconds and placing 12th.

Grace Dickey took off 1.30 seconds in the 50 backstroke, 4.32 seconds in the 100 IM and set a time to beat in the 100 breaststroke.

Lilia Fields improved by 2.59 seconds in the 100 breaststroke and set times to beat in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke.

Harley Keenan dropped 1.98 seconds in the 50 freestyle, set times to beat in the 100 freestyle, 100 breaststroke and 50 butterfly, and took off 7.07 seconds for a new Pacific B time of 44.70 in the 50 backstroke.

Barrett Lee entered 10 races, highlighted by a new Pacific B time of 2:53.29 in the 200 freestyle, an improvement of 15.57 seconds, and placed seventh in the 100 backstroke.

Stephanie Lin dropped 4.47 seconds in the 50 freestyle, 12.67 in the 50 backstroke, 15.51 in the 50 butterfly and set a time to beat in the 100 freestyle.

Alex Molyneux set times to beat in the 50 and 100 freestyle and 50 backstroke.

Eden Neal improved in each of six events, dropping 2.12 seconds in the 50 freestyle, 4.13 in the 100 freestyle, 4.28 in the 200 freestyle, 1.28 in the 50 breaststroke, 2.83 in the 100 breaststroke and 9.83 in the 50 butterfly.

Anna Northcutt also improved in each of her events. She dropped 1.09 seconds in the 50 freestyle, 1.09 seconds in the 50 breaststroke and set a time to beat in the 50 backstroke.

Boys: Niko Hight took on six events, highlighted by a 4.86-second drop in the 50 freestyle for 12th place. He also improved by .46 second in the 100 freestyle, .54 in the 50 backstroke, 1.70 seconds in the 100 IM and set a time to beat in the 50 breaststroke.

Ryan Signorella improved in all three of his events, dropping .81 in the 50 freestyle for seventh-place, 5.30 seconds in the 50 breaststroke and set a time to beat in the 100 backstroke.

Connor Taylor dropped 2.11 seconds in the 50 backstroke to place fourth, .21 in the 50 butterfly for third-place and 4.96 seconds in the 100 IM for sixth-place and a new Pacific A time of 1:27.74.

Cooper Yturbide competed in seven races, highlighted by improvement of 7.01 seconds to place eighth in the 50 breaststroke and 10th in the 50 butterfly. He also took off 10.18 seconds in the 100 freestyle, 2.90 in the 50 freestyle, 8.36 in the 50 backstroke and 15.23 in the 100 IM.

11-12 age group

Girls: Clarice Albert took on 10 events and logged some impressive time improvements. She achieved new Pacific B times of 2:34.28 in the 200 freestyle, an improvement of 13.89 seconds; 44.20 in the 50 breaststroke, an improvement of .30, and 1:20.86 in the 100 IM, an improvement of 7.41 seconds. She also cut 1.93 seconds in the 50 freestyle, 2.97 in the 100 freestyle, .09 in the 100 breaststroke, 4.06 in the 50 butterfly and placed seventh in the 200 breaststroke.

Julia Chappell placed fifth in the 500 freestyle, third in the 100 backstroke and third in the 100 butterfly. She improved by 1.07 seconds in the butterfly and by 4.48 seconds in the 100 IM.

Maegan Collins improved in eight of nine events. She took off 2.08 seconds in the 50 backstroke, 3.25 in the 50 breaststroke for a new Pacific B time of 42.30, 5.63 in the 100 breaststroke for a new Pacific B time of 1:30.97, 2.75 in the 50 butterfly, .35 in the 100 butterfly, 2 seconds in the 100 IM and 10.67 in the 200 IM.

Addison Gregory improved in six events, dropping 3.31 seconds in the 50 freestyle, 5.12 in the 100 freestyle, 4.43 in the 50 butterfly and setting times to beat in the 50 backstroke, 50 breaststroke and 100 IM.

Nikki Jackson competed in nine events, including sixth-place in the 100 freestyle, where she took off 1.61 seconds. She also placed fifth in the 200 freestyle; eighth in the 500 freestyle, taking off 2.62 seconds; ninth in the 50 backstroke, taking off 2.25 seconds for a new Pacific A time of 36.10; eighth in the 50 butterfly; and eighth in the 100 IM, dropping 1.86 seconds.

Aspen Paschke took on 8 events, most of them for the first time. She set times to beat in the 100 freestyle, 50 backstroke, 100 backstroke, 50 and 100 breaststroke, 50 butterfly and 100 IM.

Hope Rakow competed in 10 races, dropping 2.57 seconds in the 200 freestyle to place 10th, 1.38 in the 50 backstroke, .13 in the 50 butterfly, .57 in the 100 butterfly to place eighth, 2.56 in the 100 IM and .48 in the 200 IM.

Emma Ruffo cut 6.15 seconds in the 200 freestyle to place seventh, 1.27 in the 50 backstroke, 2.31 in the 100 breaststroke, 1.38 in the 50 butterfly, 1.18 in the 100 IM, 5.20 in the 200 IM, 2.25 in the 400 IM to place sixth. She also placed sixth in the 200 breaststroke.

Alanna Smithen, competing in nine events, dropped .95 in the 50 freestyle, 1.02 in the 100 freestyle, 7.11 in the 100 individual medley and set times to beat in the 200 freestyle, 50 breaststroke and 200 IM.

Cailey Tollman improved in eight of nine events. She took off .34 in the 50 freestyle, .33 in the 100 freestyle, 1.06 in the 50 backstroke, .86 in the 100 backstroke to place seventh, 3.52 in the 200 backstroke for a new Pacific A time of 2:45.73 and third-place, 1.63 in the 50 breaststroke, 4.10 in the 100 IM and 4.58 in the 200 IM for a new Pacific B time of 2:56.19.

Emily Willis dropped 1.30 seconds in the 50 backstroke and 2.37 in the 50 butterfly.

Boys: Zack Foster set a time to beat in the 100 freestyle and dropped 4.99 seconds in the 50 backstroke to place eighth.

Chris Manning dropped 4.67 seconds in the 50 freestyle, 8.21 in the 100 freestyle, 4.67 in the 50 breaststroke to place eighth, 11.73 in the 100 IM and placed fifth in the 100 breaststroke.

Max Owens improved in eight events and tied for sixth-place in high point for his age group. He had new Pacific B times of 30.83 seconds in the 50 freestyle, taking off 3.50 for fifth-place; 1:09.92 in the 100 freestyle to drop 7.19 and sixth-place; 2:34.87 in the 200 freestyle, dropping 11.71 seconds to place sixth; and 1:25.56 in the 100 IM for ninth-place while improving by 11.12 seconds. He also took off 3.82 seconds in the 50 backstroke, 11.65 in the 100 backstroke, 4.58 in the 50 butterfly and 26.92 in the 200 IM.

Jack Stevenson improved in his three races, dropping 15.52 seconds in the 100 freestyle, 2.04 in the 50 backstroke and setting a time to beat in the 100 breaststroke.

Daniel Taylor took ninth in the boys 11-12 high point, racing in six events. He dropped .29 in the 200 freestyle to place fifth, 48.09 seconds in the 500 freestyle to place seventh, 1.85 in the 50 breaststroke to place fifth, 2.71 in the 100 IM to place fifth and won the 200 breaststroke.

13-14 age group

Girls: Mychael Bellik improved in all eight events, setting new Pacific B times of 30.68 in the 50 freestyle, an improvement of 1.02 secconds; 1:07.47 in the 100 freestyle, an improvement of 2.13; and 1:18.28 in the 100 backstroke, a drop of .65. She also improved by 2 seconds in the 200 freestyle, 5.89 in the 200 backstroke to place 11th, 7.97 in the 100 breaststroke, .96 in the 100 butterfly to place 12th, and 1.36 in the 200 IM.

Lily Bickmore had nine events, dropping 5.27 seconds in the 200 freestyle to place 11th, 28.48 seconds in the 500 freestyle, 7.85 in the 200 backstroke to place 10th, 2.59 in the 200 breaststroke to place 11th, and 4.91 in the 200 IM to place fifth. She also placed 7th in the 100 butterfly.

Emily Dack dropped .85 in the 200 freestyle and 4.31 seconds in the 500 freestyle.

Kaila Duffy placed ninth in the girls 13-14 high point race while tackling seven events. She dropped .45 in the 100 freestyle and .37 in the 100 backstroke to place fifth in both races, 2.40 seconds in the 200 backstroke to place seventh, 1.67 in the 200 breaststroke to place third, 5.88 in the 400 IM to place fourth and 4.76 in the 200 butterfly to place second in a Junior Olympic qualifying time of 2:29.65.

Kaela Forvilly placed third in the high point while swimming eight events. She dropped .29 in the 100 freestyle and 1.53 in the 200 freestyle to place third in both events, 2.69 in the 100 butterfly for ninth-place, and placed fourth with a 2:43.95 in the 200 butterfly. She placed sixth in the 50 freestyle, second in the 100 breaststroke, fourth in the 200 breaststroke and sixth in the 400 IM.

Sarah Hyatt cut 8.57 seconds in the 500 freestyle and 6.32 in the 200 breaststroke to place seventh. She also placed 10th in the 100 breaststroke.

Megan Ruffo, who competed in 10 events, improved by 4.06 seconds in the 200 freestyle, 3.19 in the 100 backstroke, and .93 in the 100 butterfly to place ninth in the 200 backstroke. She placed 10th in the 200 breaststroke and clocked a 37.52 in the 500 freestyle.

Taylor Sullivan placed eighth in the high point. She took off .27 in the 100 freestyle to place sixth, 2.31 seconds in the 200 butterfly to place third. She also placed eighth in the 50 freestyle, sixth in the 500 freestyle, second in the 200 breaststroke, third in the 100 butterfly and fourth in the 200 IM.

Boys: CJ Hill-Holeman improved in six of nine events and placed ninth in the high point. He turned new Pacific A times in the 200 freestyle, dropping 1.65 seconds with his 2:09.58, and cut 37.66 in the 1,000 freestyle to place second in 12:05.17. He was 1.24 seconds faster in the 100 breaststroke to place eighth, 4.49 in the 200 breast to place sixth, 1.07 in the 200 butterfly to place third and 1.23 in the 200 IM to place sixth.

Taylor Knowles, who entered nine events, dropped 1.14 seconds in the 100 freestyle, .85 in the 200 freestyle to place sixth in the 100 backstroke, placed seventh in the 200 backstroke, took off 1.24 in the 100 breaststroke, .16 in the IM and set a time to beat in the 200 breaststroke to place ninth.

Cole Petrosky dropped 3.33 seconds in the 100 freestyle, 2.32 in the 200 freestyle, 2.17 in the 100 backstroke and 6.46 in the 100 breaststroke.

Joey Smithen placed seventh in the 13-14 high point, dropping .29 in the 50 freestyle to place fourth, 22.53 in the 200 freestyle for a new Pacific A time of 2:07.05 and seventh-place. He also placed third in the 200 backstroke, first in the 200 breaststroke and second in the 200 butterfly.

Josh Smithen placed fourth in the high point. He placed second in both the 50 and 200 freestyle, third in the 500 freestyle, where he dropped 56.87 seconds for third in a new Pacific A time of 5:34.01, first-place in the 200 backstroke, 100 breaststroke and 200 butterfly. He dropped 33.79 seconds and achieved a Junior Olympic qualifying time of 2:26.84 in the 200 butterfly.

Sebastian Zeron took fifth in the 13-14 high point and improved in each of his seven events. He placed third in the 50 freestyle, second in the 100 freestyle with a new Junior Olympic time of 54.98; fifth in the 200 freestyle, fifth in the 100 breaststroke, and fifth with two new Pacific A times of 2:43.77 and 2:23.28 in the 200 breaststroke and 200 IM respectively. He also placed third in the 400 IM.

15-18 age group

Girls: Erica Chappell placed fourth in the 1,000 freestyle and 400 IM and took seventh in the 200 breaststroke with a new Pacific A time of 2:49.83, an improvement of 8.98 seconds.

Savannah Chappell placed 10th in the high point. She placed seventh in the 200 freestyle, fifth in the 500 freestyle, fifth in the 200 breaststroke, where she took off 14.04 seconds for a new Pacific A time of 2:48.02, and sixth in the 100 butterfly.

Rachel Chen took on six races, looking strongest with her 12th-place swim in the 200 breaststroke.

Clara Gray placed sixth in the 100 breaststroke and fourth in the 200 breaststroke.

Emma Gray placed eighth in the high point while racing in seven events. She dropped .33 in the 100 freestyle to place sixth and took second in the 200 butterfly, where she took off 4.61 seconds in a new Junior Olympic time of 2:30.32. She placed third in the 100 backstroke, fifth in the 100 butterfly and fifth in the 400 IM.

Jordan Knowles placed sixth in the 100 backstroke, seventh in the 400 IM and seventh in the 100 breaststroke, where she took off 1.70 seconds for a new Pacific A time of 1:20.46.

Shelby Koontz placed third in the high point. She bettered her time by 2.34 seconds in the 500 freestyle to place second, and .15 in the 200 butterfly for first-place. She also won the 100 freestyle, took second in the 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke, 200 IM, 100 breaststroke and placed fifth in the 200 freestyle.

Shaelin Morefield placed fourth in the high point. Morefield placed second in the 50 freestyle, won both the 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly, placed third in the 200 freestyle, fifth in both the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM, and seventh in the 500 freestyle.

Kayla Ruffo had a strong meet, taking off time in six of her seven races. She placed fifth in the 1,000 freestyle with an improvement of 4.12 seconds; eighth in the 200 backstroke with an 11.58-second drop and new Pacific B time of 2:45.16; ninth in the 200 breaststroke, dropping 4.67 seconds for a new PC-A time of 2:54.75; fourth in the 200 butterfly, taking off 3.59; and cut 1.94 seconds in the 200 freestyle.

Boys: Ryan Chen improved in six of eight events. He took off .80 in the 100 freestyle, 7.10 in the 200 freestyle, 3.03 in the 100 backstroke to place seventh, 19.39 in the 200 butterfly with a new Pacific A time of 2:26.96 to place fifth, 2.13 in the 200 IM and 11.89 in the 400 IM to place fifth. He placed fifth in the 200 breaststroke and seventh in the 200 backstroke.

Adam Dack entered nine events and placed ninth in the high point. He had an improvement of .72 to take first-place in the 1,000 freestyle, .48 to place eighth in the 200 breaststroke, and 2.08 seconds to place 10th in the 200 IM. He also placed fifth in the 200 backstroke, ninth in the 100 butterfly and second in the 200 butterfly.

Jason Lowther improved in each of his six events and logged new Pacific B times of 28.98 in the 50 freestyle, a .25 improvement, and 2:36.34 in the 200 IM, a drop of 9.13 seconds. He took off 3.26 seconds in the 100 freestyle, 8.39 in the 200 freestyle, 3.45 in the 100 breaststroke to place 11th and 6.72 in the 200 breaststroke to place 10th.

Kevin Smithen dropped .46 in the 50 freestyle to place fifth, 5.82 seconds in the 200 freestyle and 36.25 in the 500 freestyle. He placed sixth and set a time to beat in the 200 breaststroke, and placed fourth in the 200 butterfly.

TJ Smithen competed in eight events and placed fourth in the high point. He took seventh in the 500 freestyle, second in the 1,000 freestyle with an improvement of 69 seconds with a new Pacific A time of 11:33.53. Smithen also placed third in the 200 backstroke, sixth in the 100 breaststroke, second in the 100 butterfly, first in the 200 butterfly and sixth in the 200 IM.

Joe Sullivan placed 10th in the high point. He dropped .29 in the 50 freestyle to place fourth, 4.02 seconds in the 200 freestyle to place ninth, 5.50 in the 200 backstroke to place sixth, 2.01 in the 200 IM to place 12th and set a time to beat in the 1,000 freestyle for 3rd place.

19-and-over

Katie Patrick set a time to beat of 56.07 seconds in the 50 freestyle. Janosch Lancaster competed in nine boys 19-and-over age group events, highlighted by an improvement of 5.08 seconds in the 500 freestyle.


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