Friday, February 18, 2011

Cabin fever? Take a winter dip

Swimmers compete in Caldwell

Courtesy photo by Kevin Syms SV5Bís Elizabeth Fry competes at the Cabin Fever meet in Caldwell.

Winter weather didn't stop the SV5B YMCA swimmers coached by Brian Gallagher from traveling to compete in the Cabin Fever Invitational at Caldwell Feb. 5-6.

The brother and sister team of Mason and Maddie Johnson bagged a number of first-place finishes. Mason Johnson, 10, won 50 back, 50 fly and 50 free. His sister Maddie, 12, was first in 200 IM, 200 fly and 200 back.

Kaedi Fry, 14, continued with her winning ways with first places in 100 back, 200 IM, 200 back and 50 free. Teammate Lena Friesen, 16, had a success-ful meet with first places in 100 breast, 200 IM and 200 breast.

Two new members of the SV5B club also garnered gold—Lisa Hart, 15, in 50 breast and Emmeline Berridge, 9, in 50 back.

Strong second-place finishes went to: Kailey Wilt, 14, 50 breast; Elizabeth Fry, 16, 50 free; Gus Kimball, 15, 100 back; Kelsey Syms, 15, 200 back; Ma-son Johnson, 100 back, 50 breast and 100 free; Maddie Johnson 100 free, 200 free and 50 breast; Lena Friesen 100 free and 200 free; and Kaedi Fry, 100 breast.

Among other impressive results:

Brett Bosley, 16: 4—200 free, 3—100 back and 5—200 IM; Jackelyn DeLaCruz, 12, 9—50 back, 8—50 breast and 10—200 free; Ashley Dreyfus, 13, 7—200 IM and 13—200 back; Tori Emerick 4—200 IM and 8—50 free; Lena Friesen 3—50 free; and Elizabeth Fry 3—200 IM.

Lisa Hart, 15, 18—100 back, 17—200 free and 15—100 free; Logan Johnston, 15, 5—100 back and 5—200 free; Gus Kimball 4—200 breast, 6—100 free and 6—200 free; Kelsey Syms 5—100 back and 5—100 fly; Colby Werley, 16, 3—200 breast and 5—50 free; and Kailey Wilt 18—100 back and 20—200 free.

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