Sea Lions finish second at Glasgow Invitational

By: 
Doreen Heintz
Sports Editor

Lewistown Sea Lions pose with their second-place trophy after competing at the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Meet last Saturday and Sunday.                                                                                                                                                                  

Photo courtesy of Lewistown Sea Lions

The Sea Lions swim team of Lewistown finished second overall and in the relay events at the Glasgow Kiwanis Invitational Swim Meet held over the weekend. In overall points, Lewistown scored 633 points, compared to the Sidney Tiger Sharks with 666. Finishing third was the Scobey Stingrays with 620 points. In the relay events, Sidney edged Lewistown by only two points to take the top spot. The Stingrays scored 114 points with Lewistown scoring 112. Scobey also took third in the relay events with 106.
Several Sea Lions had strong individual performances in Glasgow. In the men’s 15-19 events, Alex Wickens and Noah Majerus both won all three of their individual events to score 42 points each. Fifteen-year-old Caleb Russell finished with 34 individual points by earning two second places and one third place.
In the women’s 15-19 year old events, Siri Pederson scored 40 points with two firsts and one second. Right behind Pederson was Andrea Russell with 38 points (two seconds and one first). Other top six finishes in individual events for the Sea Lions were Allison Elings with 32 points and Kari Pederson with 29 points in the 9-10 year old girls. Three Sea Lions placed in the top six in the 11-12 year old girls’ division. Megan Rindal was third with 36 points, followed by Catherine de Guzman tied for fourth with 34 points and Megan Maxwell in sixth with 33 points. Dalton Haugen tied for fifth place in the 11-12 year old boys’ division with 31 points. Michael de Guzman was sixth with 32 points in the 13-14 year old boys.
Following are the placings and times for all the Sea Lions’ individual events at the Glasgow Meet. 
Japheth Beriault (boys 8 and under)
12. 50-m freestyle, 1:24.07.
11. 25-m back stroke, 43.94.
Brian Blackador (boys 9-10)
7. 50-m backstroke, 1:19.81.
Nathan Blackador (boys 11-12)
4. 100-m freestyle, 1:33.15.
3. 50-m butterly, 48.59.
3. 200-m butterflry, 3:27.72.
Catherine de Guzman (girls 11-12)
3. 200-m individual medley, 3:30.23.
2. 50-m breaststroke, 46.22.
2. 200-m freestyle, 2:55.40.
Michael de Guzman (boys 13-14)
2. 200-m individual medley, 3:20.01.
5. 50-m butterfly, 42.98.
2. 200-m freestyle, 2:44.61.
Madeline Denton (girls 11-12)
4. 50-m breaststroke, 49.61.
5. 50-m backstroke, 45.91.
Allison Elings (girls 9-10)
3. 50-m freestyle, 39.22.
2. 100-m freestyle, 1:29.58.
3. 50-m butterfly, 52.20.
Sam Fulbright (men 15-19)
8. 50-m frrestyle, 33.70.
8. 100-m freestyle, 1:18.90.
7. 50-m butterfly, 42.61.
Dalton Haugen (boys 11-12)
4. 50-m breaststroke, 53.87.
3. 100-m freestyle, 1:30.55.
2. 200-m freestyle, 3:10.20.
Katriena Hrubes (girls 13-14)
8. 50-m freestyle, 39.41.
9. 100-m freestyle, 1:30.98.
5. 100-m backstroke, 1:49.60.
Van Lutz (boys 8 and under)
11. 25-m freestyle, 25.22.
11. 50-m freestyle, 1:11.00.
Noah Majerus (men 15-19)
1. 50-m freestyle, 26.75.
1. 100-m freestyle, 59.51.
1. 400-m freestyle, 4:48.38.
Brady Martin (boys 8 and under)
9. 50-m freestyle, 1:05.85.
Megan Maxwell (girls 11-12)
3. 100-m freestyle, 1:16.54.
4. 50-m backstroke, 43.85.
1.  200-m freestyle, 2:43.62.
Bjorn Pederson (boys 8 and under)
3. 25-m freestyle, 19.90.
3. 25-m backstroke, 27.73.
Kari Pederson (girls 9-10)
2. 100-m individual medley, 1:54.65.
4. 100-m freestyle, 1:38.64.
5. 50-m butterfly, 58.24.
Siri Pederson (women 15-19)
1. 200-m individual medley, 3:00.76.
1. 100-m breaststroke, 1:31.60.
2. 400-m frreestyle, 5:36.02.
Bree Peterson (girls 8 and under)
6. 25-m breaststroke, 36.94.
7. 50-m freestyle, 57.50.
Kylee Peterson (girls 11-12)
12. 100-m freestyle, 1:37.30.
6. 200-m freestyle, 3:25.84.
Megan Rindal (girls 11-12)
100-m freestyle, 1:15.97.
2. 50-m backstroke, 39.09.
2. 50-m butterfly, 36.45.
Taylor Rindal (girls 9-10)
8. 50-m breaststroke, 1:03.20.
Kalli Ruckman (girls 8 and under)
9. 25-m freestyle, 25.62.
8. 50-m freestyle, 1:00.82.
Lani Ruckman (girls 9-10)
9. 50-m freestyle, 43.68.
1. 50-m breaststroke, 53.40.
10. 100-m freestyle, 1:45.27.
Andrea Russell (women 15-19)
2. 200-m individual medley, 3:05.63.
2. 100-m backstroke, 1:23.88.
1. 50-m butterfly, 35.93.
Caleb Russell (men 15-19)
2. 400-m freestyle, 5:36.23.
3. 100-m freestyle, 1:08.16.
2. 100-m butterfly, 1:18.34.
Maya Terronez (girls 9-10)
7. 50-m backstroke, 1:00.98.
Megan Vaughn (girls 9-10)
11. 50-m backstroke, 1:06.51.
Alex Wickens (men 15-19)
1. 200-m individual medley, 2:24.65.
1. 100-m breaststroke, 1:13.55.
1. 100-m backstroke, 1:06.79.
Logan Wisenbaugh (boys 13-14)
4. 50-m freestyle, 36.95.
1. 100-m breaststroke, 1:32.55.
6. 100-m backstroke, 1:41.32.
Other Sea Lions competing at the Glasgow meet were Cameryn Aanenson, Natalie Denton, Jaden Martin, Kaitlyn Rindal, Tori Rindal, Miles Ruckman, Izzy Smith, Ava Terronez, Jade Terronez, Jenna Vaughn and Megan Vaughn.

Sea Lions head to Malta
This Saturday and Sunday, July 1 and 2, the Sea Lions will be competing at the Malta Invitational.

 

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