Gelso, Browning tops for Torpedoes
Swimmers from the Truckee-Tahoe Swim Team Torpedoes recently competed at three short-course meets. Results follow:
Thirty-seven swimmers from Truckee competed May 22-23 at the Sparks Ice Breaker.
– Daniel Gelso, 7, high point winner, and earning an A record
– Matthew Gelso, 10, runner-up for high point; one new Q, two new AA’s and a new A time
– Joaquin Goodpaster, 12, setting two Q times and a new AA time
– Erica Harvey, 10, one new AA
– Rachel Holm, 9, one new A
– Abbey Grimmer, 13, one new A
– Keri Lamoreaux, 10, two new A’s
At the June 5-6 South Tahoe Invitational, 23 Truckee swimmers competed.
– Lauren Browning, 14, high point winner
– Daniel Gelso, 7, high point winner and three new A times
– Kara LaPoint, 12, one new AA time
– Brent Cornell, 13, three new A times
– Abbey Grimmer, 13, three new A times
– Shannon Lankenau, 15, six new A times
– Spencer Wood, 10, one new A time
At the Fallon Brian Gurr Memorial meet, nine Truckee swimmers competed:
– Amanda Jones, 10, had one new A time
– Chase Winters, 8, one new A
– In the girls’ 9-12 200 free relay, the team of Kara LaPoint, Erica Harvey, Elizabeth Engel and Leslie Ajari took first out of 18 teams.
– June 25-27: Douglas Dolfins June Splash in Minden
– June 29, July 6 and July 13: Tuesday evening Twilight Meets in Reno
– July 10: Truckee Pentathlon
– July 16-18: Sierra Nevada Long Course Championships in Modesto
– July 30-Aug. 1: Nevada-Cal League Championships in Reno
– July 29-Aug. 1: Far Westerns Long Course Championships in Carson City.
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