Gunn and Palo Alto every claimed a victory because of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League swimming and diving opposition-held at Gunn on Tuesday. The defending Central Coast Section champion Gunn girls swam to an outstanding 113-sixty four victory over the Vikings while the Palo Alto boys received their twin meet, 104-79. Milan Hilde-Jones and Sarah Snyder every gained man or woman events and won relay teams to lead the Gunn girls. The Titans gained 9 of the 11 swimming races, which include all three relays.
Hilde-Jones lead off both the meet commencing two hundred medley relay and the match closing 400 free relays. In between, she won the two hundred free in 1: fifty eight.14 and the one hundred loose in 54.Ninety-six. Snyder swam the anchor leg on each of the 200 unfastened relays and four hundred free relays after winning the two hundred character medley in 2:10.40 and the 500 free in 5:17.90. She swam 850 competitive yards at the day.
Mary Wilkinson was Palo Alto’s version of a protracted distance swimmer. She positioned second inside the 500 loose, about 4 seconds in the back of Snyder, fourth within the two hundred free, and swam on Paly’s 2nd-area two hundred unfastened relay and 400 unfastened relay teams. Cooper McKenna and Grace Tramack also gained character events for the Titans. McKenna swam anchor on the two hundred medley relay, led off the two hundred unfastened relay, and gained the 50 free in 25.09, simply out-touching Paly’s Chesnie Cheung (25.35).
Track swam 1:00.44 to win the hundred fly-over teammates Celicia Cai, who touched at 1:01. Fifty-four, edging Paly’s Jules Steil using .38 seconds. The track also swam at the medley relay and on Gunn’s 1/3-location 400 free relay. Palo Alto’s Ashley Guo gained a hundred again in 1:01.49, and Amy Wu won the hundred breast in 1:07.Eighty-four.Guo and Wu swam on the medley relay simultaneously as Guo became on the four hundred free relays, and Wu swam with the two hundred unfastened relays. Lulu Schloss,
Ashley Stahmer and Clara Schulz had been a winning relay and delivered factors in character races. Kate Mallery and Silvia Faraboschi each became in a pair of 1/3-area finishes. For Palo Alto, Katya Brownstein, Dori Filppu, and Emily Hong positioned a few pinnacles three on individual occasions. The Palo Alto boys handiest received five swimming occasions, consisting of the 200 free relays. The Vikings did have seven 0.33-location finishes, which helped, and they probably were given big diving points from JP Ditto and Jack Callaghan.
Dexter Gormley and Harrison Williams each contributed an individual victory and swam on the triumphing two hundred unfastened relay crew. Gormley gained a hundred free by using .28 seconds over Gunn’s Kenji Zaharcuk, forty-nine .20-forty Eight. Forty-eight. Williams won an aggressive 500 unfastened race, finishing in four: fifty-eight.39, plainly beforehand of teammate Aaron Kuo, who touched in 4:58.Fifty-five.
Gormley and Williams had been joined by leadoff Jack Hogan and anchored Justin Cheok at the 200 free relays that swam 1:30.44, .40 seconds in advance of Gunn’s: 30.Eighty-four. Matthew Clark and Yurack Jung had also been winners for the Vikings. Clark swam 51.28 to win the one hundred fly, and Jung went fifty-nine .18 in prevailing the one hundred breast.
Another pinnacle three Paly finishers included Eric Gabbassof and Tyler Stoen. Gunn man or woman winners have been Jonathan Affeld (50 free in 22.21), Shogo Moridaira (one hundred lower back in fifty-five . Sixty-three), Kenji Zaharchuk (1:47.Sixty three inside the 200 free), and Jerry Yang (1:59.6-0 in the two hundred IM).