Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Swim team at Twin for Igloo heats

Club season opens


     Coach Brian Gallagher and 16 members of the SV5B YMCA Swim Team started the 2011 swim year with a splash Saturday, Jan. 22 at the Igloo Pentathlon meet in Twin Falls.

     The cold and snow didn’t slow down SV5B YMCA. They successfully brought home numerous first place finishes. Maddie Johnson, 12, brought home gold in 50 fly, 50 back, 50 free and 100 IM. Colby Werley took gold in 200 IM and 100 breast.

     Other impressive first place finishes went to Addy Gage, 14, in 50 back; Emmeline Berridge, 9, in 50 breast; Scottie Berridge, 12, in 50 breast and Mason Johnson, 10, 50 fly.

     Other personal bests at the Igloo Pentathlon were:

     Tayler Bates, 15, 2-100 back, 6-100 breast, 3-200 IM, 3-100 free; Emmeline Berridge, 9, 3-50 free, 3-100 IM; Scottie Berridge, 12, 5-50 fly, 8-50 back, 7-50 free, 6-100 IM;

     Brett Bosley, 16, 6-100 fly, 3-100 back, 5-200 IM, 5-100 free, 5-100 breast; Jackelyn DeLaCruz, 12, 13-50 fly, 16-50 back, 8-50 breast, 12-50 free, 10-100 IM; Ashley Dreyfus, 13, 12-100 fly, 13-100 back, 11-100 breast, 16-100 free, 14-200 IM;

     Tori Emerick, 17, 2-100 back, 2-100 breast, 2-100 free, 2-200 IM; Addy Gage, 14, 16-100 back, 14-100 breast, 10-100 free, 15-200 IM; Lisa Hart, 15, 11-100 breast, 14-100 free;

     Logan Johnston, 15, 8-100 breast, 8-100 free; Maddie Johnson, 12, 4-50 breast; Mason Johnson, 10, 2-50 back, 3-50 breast, 2-50 free, 2-100 IM; Gus Kimball, 15, 6-100 back, 4-100 breast, 4-100 free; Mia Smith, 13, 19-100 breast, 20-100 free; Sarah Verst, 12, 12-100 breast, 22-100 free; Colby Werley, 16, 2-100 free.




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