Photo by Dusty Butler
After the girls took state last year, the Dino swim team began its repeat campaign on Monday in Richfield. The Wildcats held tough and took both the boys’ and girls’ divisions. The Lady Dinos came in second (105) just nine points behind Richfield (114). On the boys’ side, Richfield led at 102 followed by North Summit in second (99) and Carbon (39) in third.
There were many individuals that had excellent starts. Gabe Ibanez grabbed first in both the 200 IM (2:31.67) and 500 free (5:58.53). Camden Chamberlain ended on top in the 200 free (2:10.65) and second in the 100 free (58.77). Nicole Swasey and Sofia Crompton won the 100 breast (1:22.47) and 50 free (28.43), respectively.
Kacee Barrett took home two silvers in the 100 (1:00.9) and 200 free (2:16.83). Tyrca Jaramillo also finished in second in the 200 IM (2:46.84) as did Matt Torres in the 100 fly (1:09.07). Thalyn Lyman placed third in the 50 free (29.49) while Logan Odendahl did the same in the 100 breast (1:31.92).
In relays, the girls’ 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free all took second with times of 2:10.79, 1:57.31 and 4:30.63, respectively. Those teams were composed of the following individuals: 200 medley, Swasey, Jaramillo, Crompton and Ashlin Baker; 200 free, Lyman, Haylie Powell, Compton and Barrett; 400 free, Jaramillo, Jacee Richards, Lyman and Barrett.
In the boys’ relays, Chamberlain, Ibanez, Matt Torres and Zac Mortensen took third in the 200 medley and the 200 free.