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Dolphins go head-to-head in Hailey pool

Wood River, Sun Valley swim teams

Wood River Dolphins head coach Chris Jafay and Sun Valley Dolphins coach Ed Flory were very proud of their young swimmers Friday.

Meeting head-to-head for the first time of the Sagebrush League season, Wood River and Sun Valley competed with visiting Rupert in a five-and-a-half hour swim meet at Hailey’s Blaine County Aquatic Center.

Outstanding Sun Valley swimmers for the meet were Sage Howe, Niels McMahon, Alexa Turzian and Grady Goodenough, according to Flory.

Dominant Wood River swimmers were Leslie Riemann, Chris Chapman, Jeremy Lato, Natalie Hague and Logan Johnson, who swept all four events in their age classes.

Coach Jafay thanked all the volunteers for their help, and also tipped his hat to Sturtevants. Assistant Wood River coach Ashlea Bartlett said, "The amount of effort and dedication these kids put in is amazing!"

Placings of the top Wood River and Sun Valley Dolphin swimmers at the recent meet:


Wood River Dolphins

·  Boys’ 15-18: 1—Ben Parker and Mac Harbaugh.

·  Girls’ 15-18: 1—Leslie Riemann.

·  Boys’ 13-14: 1—Chris Chapman. 2—Matt Preucil and Lars Nelson.

·  Girls’ 13-14: 1—Anneka Preston and Kacie Femling. 2—Brittany Barney and Rian Ervin. 3—Sara Alcid.

·  Boys’ 11-12: 1—Jeremy Lato. 2—Reed Stokes. 3—Daniel Husband.

·  Girls’ 11-12: 1—Natalie Hague. 2—Rachel Hoolahan, Lacy Werley and Kaitlyn Farrington. 3—Kami Doan and Lani Minor.

·  Boys’ 9-10: 1—Brendan Freund and Chase Caulkins. 2—Gene Fairbrother and Nick Chase. 3—Zach Herbert.

·  Girls’ 9-10: 1—Kelly Chapman, Sarah Brown and Isabelle Taylor. 3—Alex Haupt.

·  Boys’ 8-and-under: 1—Davis Hague, Broadie Burrell and Chris Preucil. 2—Levi Young and Adam Potts.

·  Girls’ 8-and-under: 1—Ellie Shay and McKenna Chase. 2—Annette Taylor, Colby Werley and Elizabeth Fry. 3—Hannah Haupt.

·  Boys’ 6-and-under: 1—Logan Johnson. 2—Tanner Josey.

·  Girls’ 6-and-under: 1—Jillian Shay. 2—Josie Potts.


Sun Valley Dolphins

Swimming to first places were these Sun Valley relay teams:

Calley Brown, Krista Detwiler, Courtney Perry and Alexa Turzian (girls’ 13-14 medley, free); Niels McMahon, Grady Goodenough, Grayson Thompson and Ray Bryson (boys’ 13-14 medley, free);

Also, McKenna Collins, Sarah Adicoff, Jessica Hamilton and Alice Batchelder (girls’ 11-12 free).

Clocking personal-best times were Grady Goodenough and Grayson Thompson (boys’ 13-14); Alexa Turzian, Calley Brown and Krista Detwiler (girls’ 13-14);

Sarah Adicoff, McKenna Collins, Hanna Curren, Bronwen Raff and Jenn Tormey (girls’ 11-12); Harlan Collins, Niels McMahon and Ben Thompson (boys’ 11-12); Alice Batchelder (girls’ 9-10); Sage Howe (girls’ 8-and-under); Jake Adicoff and Josh Morrell (boys’ 8-and-under).

Other members of high-placing relay teams were Courtney Hamilton, Davis Matthews, Quinn Matthews, Reed Matthews and Adam Brown.


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