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Woodbridge Waveriders vs Deerfield Bluefins 07092011

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									                  Woodbury Waveriders vs Deerfield Bluefins

The Woodbridge Waveriders enjoyed their meet with the Deerfield Bluefins this past
Saturday coming away with 54 first places, including eleven first place relay finishes,
121 time improvements, and one team record. Breaking a team record for the Waveriders
was Daniela Georges in the 13-14 girls 100 IM with a time of 1:03.22.

Swimmers taking three first places for the Waveriders were Amanda Anderson,
Samantha Guyette, Marley Hickson, Kei Yoshikawa, and Jennifer Zhang. Swimmers
with two first places were Tyler Lin, Tyler Liphardt, Sean McCance, Jeremy Nguyen,
Justin Nguyen, Courtney Sayler, Anthony Tzeng, and Yuuri Yoshikawa.

Swimmers each adding one first place were Paolo Aragon, Jordan Barbieri, Emilie
Birchler, Kevin Bosley, Daniela Georges, Lala Hickson, Marly Jaisel, Erika Kotake,
Rachel Loye, Bian go, and Eli Schwarz.

Swimmers with three time improvements for the Waveriders were Emma Allday,
Matthew birchler, Izzabella Giones, Twns King, Brandon Kuromoto, Addison Schwarz,
eli Schwarz, Cassady Welles, and Joshua Welles.

Significant time improvements were recorded by Sarah Alexander, Megan Dorsey, Redd
Hamilton, and Austin Bradford, and Paolo Aragon, who dropped an amazing 24 seconds
in the 25 backstroke.

The Swimmers of the meet were Emma Allday and Izzabella Giones. Emma dropped
over 30 seconds between all of her events, including an amazing 12 second drop in both
the breaststroke and the freestyle. Izzabella dropped over 20 seconds between her events,
including an outstanding 15 seconds on the 25 freestyle.




The Deerfield Bluefins earned 13 first place blue ribbons and had 153 time
improvements as they hosted the Woodbridge Waveriders.

Bluefins earning first place finishes were Xander Lee, Shiela Shaikh,
Brennan Abbott, Ethan Diedricks, Justin Hatch, Allyson Kusuma, Paris Major, Alec
Overbaugh, Alexandra Swift, and Christine Weyers.

Bluefins with 3 time improvements were Ignacio Alejandro, Aubrey Burington, Jason
Chen, Vivian Ding, Annie Gao, Daniel Gibbs, Casey Jordan, Arvind Katta, Markus Le-
Doan, Alan Maver, Sarah Maver, Liya Michael, Navid Nikoo, Kathleen Overbaugh,
Colin Rinard,
Travis Swift, Melanie Tu, and Andrew Yonce.

Swimmers with 2 time improvements were Jacob Craig, Nathan Craig, Amber Glass,
Samuel Hoffer, Joshua Hovav, Ivan Hudyak, Auriyon Khosravi, Alexander Kitzes, Luke
Mooney, Rebecca Mooney, Sian Mooney, Neha Muvvala, Brian Ngo, Elliott Park, Srishti
Patel, Eli Rapp, Laura Restrepo, Donny Shin, Anna Steiner, Aryan Sureen, Jonathan Tu,
Allison Van Kirk, Zachary Van Vorst, Zoey Van Vorst, Madison Webster, Nicholas
Webster, Kevin Ye, Joy Yomogida, and Annette Yuan.

Other Bluefin swimmers with time improvements were Loryn Bales, Taylor Carey,
Daniel Chun, Rachel Cohen, Emma Cummings, Julian Diedricks, Michael Ding, Arta
Khosravi, Naomi Lee, Harsema Michael,
Darren Ngo, Malcolm Overbaugh, Kushagra Pandey, Sofia Restrepo, Andrew
Reyes, Seth Rotter, Shayan Shaikh, Braedon Steiner, Alexandria Wall,
Alexander Weyers, Alexander Young, and Rachel Young.

Also with strong performances for the Bluefins were Westley Burington, Anne
Cummings, Joseph Depew, Paloma Douglas, Albert Gao, Craig Hilby, Akhil Katta,
Arshia Mehraein, Vikram Rajan, Hannah Rapp, Sarah Rapp, Justin Tann, and Dianne Ye.

								
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