Steamboat Springs The Steamboat Springs Swim Team notched top results at a weekend meet in Glenwood Springs.
Competing at the Sopris IMX Challenge Meet — which included a 500-yard freestyle, 100 butterfly, 100 breast, 100 back, 200 free and 200 individual medley — Steamboat finished third overall with several standout performances.
In the girls 13-and-older division, Samantha Terranova was first overall and got state times in the 100 back and 500 free. She also got a state time in the 1,000 free.
Frank Ruppel was first in the boys 13-and-older division, picking up state-qualifying times in the 100 fly, 100 back, 500 free, 200 back and 200 free. Avery Harrington was third in the girls ages 11 and 12 division, getting qualifying times in the 100 fly and 100 breast.
Reilly Mewborn, Jonathon Kaminski and Jack Strotbeck were fourth in their divisions. Brooks Birkinbine was sixth in the 11 and 12 division, Maggie Morton was seventh in the 13-and-older division, Anna Terranova was ninth in the 11 and 12 division, and Lauren Owens was ninth in the 13-and-older division.
Emily Craig in the 11 and 12 division and Alta Kaster in the 13-and-older division each were 10th.
In the Pentathlon Plus Challenge — which included a 50 fly, 50 back, 50 breast, 50 free, 100 free and 100 IM — Jenna Smith was the top finisher, coming in third in the 9 and 10 division. Isabella O’Reilly was fifth in the 9 and 10 division, and Arianna Tullis was 16th.
In the 10-and-younger challenge event — which included the 25 free, 25 back, 25 breast, 25 fly, 50 free and 100 IM — Steamboat was well represented.
Daisy Wilson and Cameron Owens were second in the 9 and 10 division. Becca Farhner was third in the 8-and-younger division, and Abby Linner also was third in the 9 and 10 division. Reilly McLouth was fourth in the 8-and-younger division, and Tommy Mewborn was fourth in the 9 and 10 division. Kristin Van Maurik was fifth in the 9 and 10 division. Grace O’Reilly was sixth in the 8-and-younger division, Emily Watson was sixth in the 9 and 10 division, and Travis Seitz was seventh in the 9 and 10 division.
Kyle Taulman and Tyler Paoli both had top finishes in the adaptive division.
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