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GALLERY: Craig Sea Sharks 2018 Swim Meet

2018 Craig Sea Sharks Swim Meet results

Swimmer, Event — Time, RankingBoys7 to 8Christian Ausmus25-meter backstroke — 32.75, 125-meter freestyle — 25.98, 450-meter backstroke — 1:08.75, 450-meter freestyle — 1:00.53, 2Quinn Gunderson25-meter freestyle — 41.33, 9Nathan LeFevre25-meter breaststroke — 30.59, 225-meter butterfly — 23.43, 125-meter freestyle — 19.64, 150-meter breaststroke — 1:02.94, 250-meter butterfly — 55.41, 1100-meter freestyle — 1:45.59, 1100-meter individual medley — 1:58.61, 19 to 10Milo Gifford50-meter backstroke — 1:00.29, 450-meter freestyle — 46.68, 5100-meter backstroke — 2:11.04, 4100-meter breaststroke — 2:00.48, 2100-meter freestyle — 1:47.86, 5Jaxom Gunderson100-meter freestyle — 3:35.77, 6Patrick Neton50-meter backstroke — 59.21, 350-meter breaststroke — 53.67, 150-meter freestyle — 44.43, 3100-meter backstroke — 2:02.34, 3100-meter breaststroke — 2:00.48, 1100-meter freestyle — 1:44.48, 3100-meter individual medley — 1:56.59, 3200-meter freestyle relayNathan LeFevre/Milo Gifford/Christian Ausmus/Patrick Neton — 3:27.92, 111 to 12Owen Gifford50-meter breaststroke — 49.91, 350-meter freestyle — 35.46, 1100-meter breaststroke — 1:49.07, 2100-meter freestyle — 1:20.52, 1200-meter breaststroke — 3:57.58, 2200-meter freestyle — 3:07.89, 2Travis LeFevre50-meter backstroke — 46.19, 250-meter butterfly — 55.36, 250-meter freestyle — 40.00, 4100-meter backstroke — 1:49.80, 3100-meter freestyle — 1:30.30, 4100-meter individual medley — 1:50.69, 1200-meter backstroke — 4:00.25, 1200-meter freestyle — 3:17.52, 3Kayden Tijsma-Crauthers100-meter freestyle — 1:30.30, 4100-meter backstroke — 2:51.16, 513 to 14Noah Mortenson100-meter backstroke — 1:49.20, 5100-meter breaststroke — 2:01.49, 5100-meter freestyle — 1:22.06, 4200-meter breaststroke — 4:13.55, 6200-meter freestyle — 3:03.79, 51500-meter freestyle — 26:11.51, 2200-meter medley relayKayden Tijsma-Crauthers/Owen Gifford/Travis LeFevre/Noah Mortenson — 3:43.32, 2400-meter medley relayNoah Mortenson/Travis LeFevre/Owen Gifford/Isaac Vallem — 5:26.70, 3Girls6 and underKairi Romney25-meter freestyle — 58.02, 37 to 8Kennedy Kostur25-meter backstroke — 27.02, 125-meter breaststroke — 42.26, 325-meter butterfly — 39.38, 425-meter freestyle — 26.21, 250-meter backstroke — 58.53, 150-meter freestyle — 55.88, 1100-meter backstroke — 2:12.87, 1Adalynn Wall25-meter backstroke — 36.57, 425-meter freestyle — 36.20, 79 to 10Peyton Ely50-meter backstroke — 1:13.50, 1250-meter freestyle — 59.69, 12Rye Ocker50-meter backstroke — 56.00, 450-meter freestyle — 54.25, 10100-meter backstroke — 2:28.24, 4100-meter freestyle — 1:59.82, 9200-meter freestyle — 4:59.90, 6200-meter freestyle relayRye Ocker/Peyton Ely/Sarah York/Kennedy Kostur — 4:34.29, 311 to 12Emma Fritz50-meter breaststroke — 58.47, 550-meter freestyle — 53.92, 15100-meter freestyle — 2:04.76, 18200-meter breaststroke — 4:50.07, 7Megan Neton50-meter backstroke — 47.24, 650-meter breaststroke — 50.97, 350-meter butterfly — 45.39, 450-meter freestyle — 37.72, 7100-meter butterfly — 1:46.41, 3100-meter freestyle — 1:27.44, 9200-meter freestyle — 3:10.07, 10200-meter individual medley — 3:40.85, 613 to 14Sarah Johnson50-meter freestyle — 35.99, 4100-meter breaststroke — 1:52.84, 5100-meter butterfly — 1:56.09, 3100-meter freestyle — 1:22.31, 6200-meter backstroke — 4:10.53, 6200-meter freestyle — 3:21.16, 4200-meter individual medley — 3:51.51, 515 to 18Allison Jacobson50-meter freestyle — 40.34, 6100-meter freestyle — 1:29.65, 7200-meter backstroke — 3:43.30, 4200-meter breaststroke — 4:44.55, 2Ellina Jones50-meter freestyle — 36.37, 5100-meter breaststroke — 1:53.29, 4100-meter freestyle — 1:22.25, 6Kelsey McDiffett100-meter backstroke — 1:24.08, 2100-meter breaststroke — 1:32.26, 1100-meter butterfly — 1:27.79, 1100-meter freestyle — 1:10.32, 1200-meter backstroke — 2:53.25, 1200-meter breaststroke — 3:23.98, 1200-meter freestyle — 2:38.37, 1200-meter individual medley — 2:59.21, 2Alexa Neton50-meter freestyle — 34.58, 4100-meter backstroke — 1:26.11, 3100-meter breaststroke — 1:41.12, 2100-meter butterfly — 1:36.46, 3100-meter freestyle — 1:15.60, 4200-meter freestyle — 2:44.76, 2200-meter individual medley — 3:09.44, 31500-meter freestyle — 23:12.79, 1Molly Neton50-meter freestyle — 33.69, 3100-meter backstroke — 1:19.70, 1100-meter breaststroke — 1:45.89, 3100-meter butterfly — 1:35.64, 2100-meter freestyle — 1:13.56, 2200-meter freestyle — 2:47.25, 3200-meter individual medley — 3:10.53, 4400-meter individual medley — 6:49.45, 1Katelynn Turner50-meter freestyle — 33.50, 1100-meter backstroke — 1:27.21, 4100-meter freestyle — 1:14.48, 3200-meter backstroke — 3:08.98, 2200-meter individual medley — 3:16.19, 5200-meter medley relayKatelynn Turner/Kelsey McDiffett/Molly Neton/Alexa Neton — 2:29.84, 1400-meter freestyle relayMolly Neton/Kelsey McDiffett/Katelynn Turner/Alexa Neton — 5:01.03, 2

Craig Sea Sharks hosted its 27th annual swim meet Saturday and Sunday at Craig Pool Complex, with 26 local kids among the nine total teams of aquatic athletes, including Meeker, Rangely, Steamboat Springs and Grand Junction, among others.

Sea Sharks finished second overall in the rankings with 28 total victories.

Of her eight individual events, Kelsey McDiffett won six of them among girls 15 and older, including the 100-meter breaststroke, 100 butterfly, 100 freestyle, 200 backstroke, 200 breast and 200 free, as well as joining teammates Katelynn Turner, Molly Neton and Alexa Neton for first place in the 200 medley relay.

Turner likewise won the 50 free, Molly got the gold in the 100 back and 400 individual medley, and Alexa went the distance for first in the mixed 1,500 free.

The same four also were second in the 400 free relay.

In the mix of girls ages 7 and 8, Kennedy Kostur had four wins — 25 back, 50 back, 50 free and 100 back.

Nathan LeFevre had five solo wins for the weekend in the boys 7 to 8 category — 25 fly, 25 free, 50 fly, 100 free and 100 IM — in addition to a group win in the 200 free relay with Milo Gifford, Christian Ausmus and Patrick Neton.

Ausmus won the 25 back and Patrick the 50 and 100 breaststroke races.

For boys ages 11 to 12, Owen Gifford took the 50 and 100 free, and Travis LeFevre won the 100 IM and 200 back.

The pair also joined Kayden Tijsma-Crauthers and Noah Mortenson for second in the 200 medley relay and Mortenson and Isaac Vallem for third in the 400 free relay.

Among the older girls, Allison Jacobson had her best finish with the silver in the 200 breast, and at 6, Kairi Romney was the youngest Craig swimmer in the water, getting the bronze in the 25 free.

Megan Neton won dual third-place honors for girls 11 to 12 in the 50 breast and 100 fly, the latter of which saw Sarah Johnson take third for ages 13 to 14.

Rye Ocker, Peyton Ely and Sarah York joined Kostur in the 200 free relay for third as well.

Fourth place went to Ellina Jones in the girls 15 and up 100 breast, Adalynn Wall in girls 7 to 8’s 25 back, with fifth for Emma Fritz in girls 11 to 12’s 50 breast, sixth for Jaxom Gunderson in boys 9 to 10’s 100 free and ninth for Quinn Gunderson in 7 to 8’s 25 free.

Sea Sharks swam at Aspen earlier in the month and are scheduled to compete in Delta this weekend, followed by a meet in Montrose and Western Slope Championships in mid-July.

The program is under new coaching staff as longtime coach Meghan Francone stepped down, replaced by Charlie Coates, Heather Trapp and Allie Dilldine.

Jim and Melany Neton were among those running the meet.

“Great start to the season,” Melany said of the home event. “”Lots of kids have already made seasonal state times.”



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