Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Dolphins on top of Sagebrush League again

Swimming champs from Hailey

Director of Aquatics Cameron Randolph and her coaching staff are proud of the 46 members of the Wood River Dolphins Sagebrush League championship squad that is based at Hailey's Blaine County Aquatic Center.

Training since June, the Dolphins completed an outstanding season last weekend by winning the nine-team Sagebrush League championship meet at Jackpot, Nev. Wood River (996 points) outlasted runner-up Burley (873).

Dolphins who made the podium in their age groups were Natalie Goddard, Callie Weber, Tess Hollister, Zack Deal, Lily Brunelle and Tatnall Watts. Setting new team records were Brunelle, Weber, Keegan Whitelaw, Luke Verst and Emily Hudson. Top results:

Team standings: 1—Wood River 996. 2—Burley 873. 3—Gooding 746. 4—Wendell 558. 5—Shoshone 528. 6—Twin Falls 418. 7—Jerome 284. 8—Rupert 132. 9—Jackpot (Nev.) 71.

Girls' 15-18: 3—Natalie Goddard. 4—Ellie Shay.

Girls' 13-14: 5—Emily Hudson (record 50 fly). 9—Karina Zamora. 11—Audrey Brassil.

Boys' 11-12: 5—Keegan Whitelaw (record 50 back). 6—Luke Verst (record 50 breast). 12—Callum Stearns.

Girls' 11-12: 3—Callie Weber (record 50 fly). 5—Ashley Dreyfus. 6—Addy Gage. 10—Sara Lichtenberg. 12—Sara Verst.

Boys' 9-10: 4—Asher Loomis. 10—Ethan Daves.

Girls' 9-10: 3—Tess Hollister. 4—Luma Randolph.

Boys' 8-and-under: 2—Zack Deal. 5—Isaac Loomis. 9—Alex Daves. 12—Omar Morales.

Girls' 8-and-under: 2—Lily Brunelle (records 25 free and 25 fly). 4—Moriah Kimball. 6—Maya Hollister. 8—Petra Glenn. 9—Denali Stevens. 10—Kaia Jensen.

Girls' 6-and-under: 3—Tatnall Watts.

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