By DEREK WILEY
Of the Keizertimes
Keizer swim clubs Holiday and Northwood defeated Salem teams Cambridge and Jan Ree, respectively, Thursday, July 14, while Northview Terrace came up just short against Madrona.
Kian Gonzales and Kameron Splonski paced the Holiday boys who edged Cambridge 108-91. Gonzales won the 13-14-year-old butterfly, backstroke and freestyle while Splonski finished first in the 9-10 individual medley, backstroke and freestyle. The two also joined Tony Gonzales and Jack McCarty to set new club records in the 13-14 free (1:38.22) and medley (1:55.81) relays.
McCarty won the 13-14 IM and Tony Gonzales touched the wall first in the breaststroke.
Vinny Arnold had the fastest times in the 7-8 IM, fly and breaststroke. He also swam with Jared Toland, Cole Steele and Brody Hollis to win the free relay.
Xavier Grantham won the 9-10 breaststroke and Carter Hollis placed first in the 11-12 IM. The two also joined Jackson Collyer and Ryan Bethers to have the fastest time in the 11-12 free relay.
Holiday’s girls had an easier time with Cambridge, outscoring their opponent 143-23.
Bella Beard placed first in the 13-14 IM, back and free. She also swam on the winning 15-18 free and medley relays with Alex Beard, Kylie McCarty and Antonia Gonzales. Alex had the fastest time in the IM and Antonia in the butterfly.
Bella Grantham, Hannah Williams, Kassy Winters and Jayla Toland won the 13-14 free relay. Grantham, Williams, Winters and Ashlynn Hughes took first in the medley relay.
Alex Willcoxen had the fastest times in the 9-10 IM, fly and free. Kyra Norstrom won the backstroke and Erika Robinett touched the wall first in the breaststroke. The three girls joined Maya Privratsky to win both the free and medley relays.
Cassidy Kerner, Ave Provratsky, Claire Hicks and Ella Gerig won the 7-8 free relay.
Northwood’s girls outscored Jan Ree 216-95.
Paris Boyd set a new pool record in the 11-12 fly in 10.78. She also won the breaststroke and was on the fastest 11-12 medley relay team with Brooke Junker, Ashley Hawley and McKenna Olson as well as the first place 15-18 free relay with Alyssa Garvey, Bella Walker and Emily Alger.
Hawley won the 11-12 IM and free. She also swam on the winning 11-12 free relay with Madi Mahoney, Katie Alger and McKenna Olson.
Garvey, Walker, Alger and Abbie Hawley won the 15-18 medley relay. Garvey had the fastest times in the 13-14 free, fly and breaststroke. Abbie Hawley touched the wall first in the 15-18 free and Emily Alger took first in the 15-18 IM and fly.
Madi Alt won the 13-14 IM and swam on the fastest medley relay with Kennedy Buss, Madi Trammel and Grace Trammel. Alt, Grace, Buss and Lanah Metz won the free relay.
Avery Buss touched the wall first in the 9-10 IM, free and breaststroke. Rosella Cogar won the fly and Kaitlyn Roop had the fastest time in the backstroke. Cogar, Buss, Molly Eisele and Bentley Pack won the medley relay while Cogar, Buss, Meili Skipper and Emarie Mahoney took first in the free relay.
Skipper touched the wall first in the 7-8 free and fly. Madi Mahoney won the 7-8 breaststroke.
Northwood’s boys won seven of eight relays to top Jan Ree 194-45.
Kelson Whalen, Davis Olsen, Grant Schaffer and Tate Woodward finished first in the 9-10 medley relay. Whalen, Olsen, Woodward and Pierce Walker clocked the fastest time in the free relay.
Zachary Harrington, Cade Olson, Olen Cogar and Eric Olsen won both the 11-12 free and medley relays. Ethan Whalen, Bryce Junker, Brennan Whalen and Riley Mahoney took first in the 13-14 free relay. Parker Dean, Jabez Rhoades, Josiah Metz and Jake Wyer won the 15-18 free relay while Brock Wyer, Grant Biondi, Lucas Garvey and Noah Grunberg won the 15-18 medley relay.
Individual medley winners were Pierce Walker (9-10), Jackson Alt (11-12) and Biondi (15-18).
Ben Diede (7-8), Eric Olsen (11-12), Ethan Whalen (13-14) and Lucas Garvey (15-18) were the freestyle winners. Diede also won the back and breaststroke. Eric and Ethan took first in the breaststroke in their age groups.
Hudson Hughes (9-10), Zander Rhoades (11-12) and Brennan Whalen (13-14) had the fastest times in the butterfly. Walker, Harrington and Junker won the 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14 backstroke events.
Davis Olsen took first in the 9-10 breaststroke and Parker Dean touched the wall first in the 15-18 breaststroke.
For Northview, Ana Kosiewicz had the fastest times in the 15-18 breaststroke and free while also swimming on the winning free and medley relay teams with Abby Reedy, Emma Garland and Bailey White. Garland won the 15-18 fly and backstroke while Reedy place first in the 13-14 backstroke.
But that wasn’t enough as the girls were outscored by Madrona 192-127.
Annie Farris was the only other Northview girl to win an event, touching the wall first in the 13-14 fly.
Northview’s boys also came up short against Madrona, 169-107.
Jeremy Becker won the 11-12 backstroke, free and IM. He also swam on the winning 13-14 medley relay with Alex Kosiewicz, Cole Garland and Gavin Gasperini.
Eli Staley had the fastest times in the 9-10 IM and breaststroke. He also joined Camden Whetten, Dom Snyder and Tyler Barker on the winning medley relay. Snyder placed first in the backstroke.
Will Noble, Nick Kosiewicz, Michael Halliday and Xzavier Parker had the fastest times in both the 7-8 free and medley relays. Nicholas Maheu, Kaden Chanthalangsy, Luke Stucker and Ethan Herring won the 11-12 free relay.
The summer swim season wraps up with the All-City meet on Saturday, July 30.