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Winters Swim Team dominates meet


By ERIC LUCERO
Express sports

As the season progresses, the Winters Swim Team seems to get stronger and stronger. Last Saturday, July 16, Winters competed against Arbuckle and Vacaville and had its best showing so far.
The meet started with the mixed 6 and under 25-yard kickboard, where Alice Wales, Raquel Galabasa and Henry Girimonte placed first, second and third respectively.
Winters took one, two and three again in the girls 9-10 100 IM with Emily Dodic placing first, Kalyssa Grinbergs second and Anne Rodriguez in third. Trevor Grinbergs won the boys 9-10 group. Lillian Wirth took second in the girls 11-12 followed by Lily Back in third.
For the boys 11-12, it was Diego Valencia, Matt Jurado and Montgomery MacMahon taking one, two, three. Taylor Davis won the girls 15-18, while Jake Roberts and Sam Petersen placed first and second respectively for the boys 15-18.
In the 100 medley relay, the Winters 7-8 girls team of Lillie Warren, Ava Muir-Vickey, Kylie Baker and Robyn Wales took first place. The 9-10 girls team of Yaritza Esquivel, Bella Jurado, Alli Aguiar and Ashley Rodriguez also took first place.
The 11-12 200 medley relay boys team of David Rivas, Eithyn Mello, Jurado and Grayson Roberts placed first.
The girls 13-14 team of Nina Jurado, Madison Duarte, Cara Baker and Paige Davis took first and the boys 13-14 team of Jacob Barry, Tommy Guidici, Dominic Rodriguez and Miguel Garcia took first place as well.
In the girls 6 and under 25 free Ava Estepa, Raegan Hurst and Lola Barsotti placed first, second and third. Joseph Hawkins won the boys 6 and under. Dodic, Muir-Vickey and Cailyn Hickman took first second and third respectively for the girls 7-8 group. Chase Gibson, Zachary Rodriguez and Nikolas Garcia took the top three respectively for the boys 7-8 group.
Anne Rodriguez, Grinbergs and Ashley Rodriguez placed one, two, three in the girls 9-10, while Grinbergs and Tommy Duarte placed first and third respectively for the boys 9-10.
Lillian Wirth took second place in the girls 11-12 50 free. Jurado took first for the boys 11-12 and MacMahon placed third. Duarte, Davis and Nina Jurado took one, two, three respectively for the girls 13-14 group. Dominic Rodriguez placed first with Guidici right behind him in second for the boys 13-14.
Casey Cox, Davis and Jules Jiminez took the top three spots respectively for the girls 15-18, while Roberts and Petersen took the top two spots respectively for the boys 15-18.
In the girls 6 and under 25 backstroke, Estepa took first, Hurst was second and Silvia Mattson placed third.
Hawkins took second in the boys 6 and under. Maci Dodic won the girls 7-8 group with Ava Back taking second and Katie Rodriguez placing third. Lane Brown, Gibson and Cole Jordling took the top three spots for the boys 7-8.
Emily Dodic won the girls 9-10 with Grinbergs taking second. Colton Brown won the boys 9-10 with Grinbergs taking second.
In the 50 back, Lillian Wirth won the girls 11-12 age group. Valencia, Jurado and Gavyn Walker took first, second and third respectively.
In the girls 13-14 Duarte, Davis and Jurado placed one, two, three respectively. Dominic Rodriguez took first for the boys 13-14 with Guidici taking second.
Cox won the girls 15-18 followed by Davis in second and Jiminez in third, while Roberts and Petersen took the top two spots respectively for the boys 15-18.
In the 50 free, Dodic won the girls 7-8 age group with Katie Rodriguez at second and Muir-Vickey at third. Brown won the boys 7-8 with Garcia at second.
Anne Rodriguez placed second in the girls 9-10 with Grinbergs at third place. Grinbergs, Brown and Duarte took first, second and third respectively for the boys 9-10.
Stepping up to the 100 free, Valencia took first place for the boys 11-12 with Walker placing third. Dominic Rodriguez won the boys 13-14 with Guidici at second.
Cox won the girls 15-18 age group, while Roberts, Petersen and Kyle Gardiner took the top three positions respectively for the boys 15-18.
Dodic took first place for the girls 7-8 25 yard breaststroke with Katie Rodriguez in second and Baker at third. Brown, Zachary Rodriguez and Garcia took the top three spots for the boys 7-8.
Anne Rodriguez won the girls 9-10 with Emily Dodic in third. Brown won the boys 9-10 age group with Grinbergs following at second.
For the 50-yard breaststroke, Back took second place with Wirth placing third for the girls 11-12 age group.
Winters took one, two, three again with Valencia, MacMahon and Mello taking the top three spots respectively for the boys 11-12.
Duarte, Davis and Baker took first, second and third as well for the girls 13-14. Dominic Rodriguez won the boys 13-14 with Guidici taking third.
Jiminez won the girls 15-18 age group followed by Cox at second and Davis in third, and Roberts took another first place for the boys 15-18 age group.
Dodic once again took first place in the 25 fly for the girls 7-8 age group with Josie Lundy following in second.
For the boys 7-8, Brown, Zachary Rodriguez placed first and second respectively. Dodic, Grinbergs and Ashley Rodriguez took the top three spots respectively for the girls 9-10 and Brown won the boys 9-10 age group.
In the 50 fly, Valencia took first, Jurado was second and MacMahon placed third for the boys 11-12 age group.
In the girls 13-14, Baker placed first and Jurado was second. Davis won the girls 15-18 with Cox placing second and Petersen took first place for the boys 15-18.
In the 100 free relay, Winters took first place in the girls 7-8 age group with Hurst, Serena Husted, Elena Ortiz and Katie Rodriguez teaming up. Gibson, Harper Brown, Sean Wojan and Lane Brown teamed up to win the boys 7-8.
Anne Rodriguez, Mikaila Anello, Leila Bello and Alexia Aceves won the girls 9-10 age group. Duarte, Joel Barrera, Jordan Wojan and Colton Brown teamed up to win the boys 9-10.
The girls 13-14 team of Daleah Walker, Davis, Jurado and Duarte teamed up to win the 200 free relay to end the meet.