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It was a busy day at the Bobbie Greenwood Pool on Wednesday, Sept. 19, as the Winters High School swim team hosted a five way meet, with Paradise, Sutter, Orland and Achieve competing. Overall the Warriors placed third with 182 points to Paradise’s 263 and Sutter’s 191. The boys team took second with 118 points to Paradise 142, while the girls placed fourth with 64 points. The meet started with the girls’ 200 medley relay with Marin Spalding, Mia Tretjakov, Taylor Davis and Cara Baker clocking a 2:34.92 for a fourth place finish. The boys team of Garret Matheson, Diego Valencia, Sam Petersen and Ruben Valencia took second place in 2:04.40. In the boys’ 200 free Darian Lopez took first place with a time of 2:14.88 and David Rivas made the top five in 2:48.35. Matheson took third place in the boys 200 IM with a time of 2:37.48. Baker placed second in the girls’ 50 free in 30.82, while Ruben Valencia won the boys’ event in 23.64. Davis won the girls’ 100 fly with a winning time of 1:09.17. Diego Valencia took second in the boys’ event in 1:01.93 followed by Petersen in third at 1:05.67. Esther Myers took fourth place in the girls’ 100 free in 1:11.06. Ruben Valencia won the boys’ 100 free in 55.14 with Matheson placing fourth in 1:00.62. In the girls’ 500 free Baker placed fourth with a time of 7:00.06. In the 200 free relay the girls’ team placed third with Myers, Davis, Baker and Tretjakov clocking a 2:18.37. The boys’ had two teams make the top five with Ruben and Diego Valencia teaming up with Montgomery MacMahon and Petersen for a second place finish in 1:42.72, while Lopez, Ryosuke Fujimori, Eithyn Mello and Rivas clocking a 2:00.43 for fifth place. Davis took second place in the girls’ 100 backstroke with a time of 1:16.75. Lopez placed fourth in the boys’ group with a time of 1:14.51. In the boys’ 100 breaststroke Diego Valencia placed second in 1:15.04 followed by Petersen in third at 1:21.78, while Mello took fifth place in 1:22.88. The boys’ 400 free relay team finished off the meet by placing second with Rivas, Lopez, Matheson and Mello clocking a 4:34.62. ]]>

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