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Sea Dogs bigger than ever

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The Yellow Springs Aquatic Club — a.k.a. Sea Dogs — started its season last week with a whopping 108 athletes, including new and veteran swimmers. The Sea Dogs are led by returning Coach Beth Talley and Assistant Coach Rachel Meyer, with Assistant Coach Olivia Chick joining the staff this season.

Last week the Sea Dogs had their first meets against Forest Ridge and Oakwood. Results for girls:
Ages 6 and under — Savannah Goodman, third in 25 free, second in 25 back; Elizabeth Hill, second in 25 free, third in 25 back; Brooklyn Talley, first in 25 free, first in 25 back.

Ages 7–8 — Brooklyn Talley, first in 25 fly.

Ages 9–10 — Areya Harker, first in 25 free; Joslyn Herring, first in 50 free, third in 25 fly, first in 100 free relay; Allie Hundley, first in 100 medley relay, first in 25 fly, first in 100 IM, first in 25 breast, first in 100 free relay; Cali Jones, first in 100 medley relay, second in 25 back, second in 25 breast, second in 25 free; Lily Knopp, second in 50 free; Gini Meekin, first in 100 medley relay, third in 100 IM, first in 100 free relay; Kaitlyn Uptegraft, first in 100 medley relay, third in 25 back, third in 25 breast, third in 25 free, first in 100 free relay.

Ages 11–12 — Lia Betz, first in 200 medley relay; Devyn Deal, third in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, first in 50 breast, second in 50 free; Katie Einink, first in 200 medley relay, first in 50 back, first in 100 IM, third in 50 free; Joslyn Herring, first in 200 medley relay; Sophia Rossi, third in 50 back.

Ages 13–14 — Anna Carlson, first in 200 medley relay, first in 100 IM; first in 50 breast, first in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Fiona Chen, third in 50 breast; Riana Chen, third in 50 back; Annlyn Foster, third in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, second in 100 IM, first in 200 free relay; Natalie Galarza, second in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, second in 50 fly, third in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Lexi Noble, first in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, first in 50 back, second in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Andrea Reeder, second in 50 back; Madison Werner, first in 50 fly, third in 100 IM.

Ages 15 and over — Lauryn DeWine, first in 200 medley relay, third in 50 back, second in 100 IM, second in 50 breast, first in 200 free relay; Jude Meekin, first in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, second in 50 back, first in 200 free relay; Rachel Ruff, second in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, third in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Kaitlyn Scaggs, third in 50 breast; Sara Zendlovitz, first in 200 medley relay, second in 50 fly, second in 50 free, first in 200 free relay.

Results for boys:
Ages 6 and under — Scotty Einink, first in 25 free, first in 25 back; Max Rossi, second in 25 back.

Ages 7–8
— Royal Chen, first in 25 fly, first in 25 back, second in 25 free.

Ages 9–10
— Stephen Dunn, third in 25 free; Evan Galarza, third in 50 free, second in 100 IM, first in 25 breast; Javin Obringer, third in 25 fly.

Ages 13–14 – Damien Betz, first in 200 medley relay, second in 50 back, third in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Robert Chaney, first in 200 medley relay, third in 50 back, first in 200 free relay; Dominick Fisher, first in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, first in 100 IM, first in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Keldan Harker, first in 200 medley relay, first in 50 back, second in 50 free, first in 200 free relay.

Ages 15 and over — Jackson Bleything, first in 200 medley relay, third in 50 fly, third in 50 breast, first in 200 free relay; Parker Bleything, third in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, second in 50 back, second in 50 free, first in 200 free relay; Harper Mesure, first in 200 medley relay, third in 50 free, first in 200 free relay and David Walker, first in 100 free, first in 200 medley relay, first in 50 fly, first in 100 IM, first in 200 free relay.

Results of the Oakwood match will be in next week’s News.

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Sea Dogs bigger than ever

by YS News Staff