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Grandview fails to net Tarpons

TOPPENISH - The Grandview Neptunes lost 574-220 to the Toppenish Tarpons last night in Toppenish.

The meet, however was not without excitement as the Grandview team rallied for points.

8&U

Grandview girls competitor Kylie Colson was runner-up to Toppenish's Natalie Badgley in the 50-meter butterfly, with a time of 1:19.28. Teammate Madison Diener earned third place honors, clocking 1:19.32.

Colson won the 50-meter breaststroke, clocking 1:04.75, and Diener finished with fourth honors in a time of 1:15.89. She also earned runner-up honors with a time of 1:10.26 in the 50-meter backstroke, clocking 1:10.26.

Diener earned runner-up honors in the 50-meter freestyle, clocking 55.87.

Web Lakins of the Neptunes was runner-up in the 8&U 50-meter butterfly, clocking 1:24.71 behind the winning time of Toppenish competitor Alex Regimbal (1:20.68). Lakins also earned runner-up honors in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 1:12.33.

10&U

Grandview's Sierra Russell clocked the runner-up time of 58.81 behind Tarpon Katrina Johnson in the girls 50-meter butterfly.

In the 50-meter breaststroke, 8&U Grandview competitor Kylie Colson competed against the older competitors, earning runner-up honors with a time of 1:00.53 behind Toppenish's Katrina Johnson.

Neptune Jennifer Castaneda earned runner-up honors behind Johnson in the 50-meter backstroke with a time of 59.18.

Third place honors in the 50-meter butterfly were earned by Grandview's Aliyah Graham, who clocked 59.87. She also earned fourth place honors in the 50-meter breaststroke, clocking 1:01.23, and in the backstroke, she clocked 1:02.13 for fourth place. In addition, she earned fourth place honors in the 50-meter freestyle, clocking a time of 49.96.

Grandview's Kassandra Martinez earned fourth place honors in the 200-meter individual medley, clocking a time of 5:02.13 behind Johnson, who won the event with a time of 4:04.27.

For the Grandview boys, Micah Binfet earned the victory in the 50-meter breaststroke with a time of 53.27, outperforming his Toppenish competitors. He earned fourth place honors in the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 4:52.39.

12&U

Tiana Perez of Grandview clocked the runner-up time of 54.92, approximately six second behind Toppenish's Alexis Medelez, in the 50-meter butterfly. Teammate Zulema Valencia earned third place honors, clocking 55.78.

Perez earned runner-up honors in the 50-meter backstroke with a time of 49.21 behind Medelez, and Grandview teammate Veronica Lopez earned third place honors.

Perez placed third in the 50-meter freestyle, clocking a finishing time of 40.97 and teammate Hailey Walker earned fourth place honors in the event.

Perez capped off her performances with runner-up honors in the 200-meter individual medley, clocking a time of 3:57.67, and Aaliyah Fonseca of Grandview earned fourth place honors in the event.

Neptune boys competitor Jose Castilleja earned top honors, clocking 41.41 in the 50-meter butterfly. He was second behind Tarpon competitor Enrique Davalos, with a time of 50.09, and third place honors were earned in the 50-meter backstroke by Castilleja in a time of 55.25.

He also won the 50-meter freestyle, clocking a time of 33.49.

Teammate Brendon Lynch-McGhan earned fourth place honors behind Toppenish with a time of 5:19.29 in the 200-meter individual medley.

14&U

Neptune Tiffany Owens of Grandview clocked 41.21 in the 50-meter butterfly for runner-up honors behind Tarpon Micaela Clark. Owens earned runner-up honors behind Clark in the 50-meter breastroke, clocking 46.81.

Grandview's Samantha Castaneda was second in the 50-meter backstroke, clocking 49.62, and Owens earned third place honors in the event with a time of 50.49. Teammate Jenalee Mariotti earned fourth place honors. The winner of the event was Clark.

Mariotti earned third place honors in the 50-meter freestyle and Owens finished in fourth place.

Owens won the 200-meter individual medley, clocking 3:22.50.

Jared Churchill of the Neptunes won the 50-meter butterfly in 40.52. He earned third place honors in the 50-meter breastroke with a time of 48.71. He earned the victory in the 50-meter backstroke with a time of 44.33. He clocked a third place time of 34.81 in the 50-meter freestyle, and earned runner-up honors in the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 3:16.62.

Teammate Eric Escobar earned fourth place honors, clocking 55.25 in the butterfly and 51.93 in the backstroke.

16&U

Grandview's Ryan Contreras won the 50-meter butterfly with his time of 34.25. Teammate Spencer Blanshan came in a close second with a time of 35.20. Blanshan earned runner-up honors in the 50-meter breaststroke with a time of 47.42, and Contreras was third with a time of 48.34.

Blanshan also won the 50-meter backstroke in a time of 37.30, with Contreras behind him in second place with a time of 38.03.

Contreras earned two victories for the Neptunes. His first win was in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 30.59 and he clocked a time of 3:05.68 for the 200-meter individual medley win.

Blanshan clocked 32.84 in the freestyle and 3:29.25 in the individual medley for third place honors in each of the two events.

18&U

Danyel Stuber earned runner-up honors for the Neptunes with a finishing time of 53.56 in the 50-meter butterfly. Toppenish's Rachel Huylar won the event, clocking 45.60. Stuber earned third place honors with a time of 58.33 in the 50-meter breaststroke, and 59.78 in the 50-meter backstroke. Stuber also earned third place honors in the 50-meter freestyle and the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 44.34 and 4:17.37, respectively.

Grandview's Jake Wagner earned third place honors in the 50-meter butterfly, clocking 42.37 and in the 50-meter breaststroke, clocking 1:02.73. He also earned third place honors in the 50-meter backstroke with a time of 55.41.

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