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The Lady Dinos took the Tooele Invitational over the weekend as Carbon continued to impress in the pool. The team beat the second-place finisher, Stansbury, by over 30 points.
Ada Bradford took home first in the 200-yard free, shaving an impressive 6.08 seconds off her time. Evie Halk (2:28.15) took sixth in the same event while Ellie Hanson finished in seventh (2:28.79). Bradford also placed in the 100-yard back with a fourth-place finish.
Alyssa Chamberlain earned two second-place finishes with a 27.50 time in the 50-yard free and a 1:01.01 time in the 100-yard free. Mia Crompton took fourth in the same events. Lisa King also placed, taking fifth in the 50-yard free and seventh in the 100-yard free. Halk and Hanson then took seventh and eighth, respectively, in the 500 free.
The Lady Dinos took second in the 400-yard relay, shaving 7.29 seconds off their previous time. They also took fourth in the 200-yard medley with a time of 2:11.75.
On the boys’ side, Gabe Ibanez was a standout with his second place finish in the 500-yard free, where he shaved 2.08 seconds off his previous time. He also took second in the 100-yard fly with a 56.32 time.
In the 200 free, fellow Dino Cameron Jones took eighth. Carbon then finished fourth in the 400-yard relay, along with a seventh-place finish in the 200-yard medley.
In the end, the Dinos took sixth with 138. Uintah topped the boys’ competition with 394 points for first place.