Both equally the women and boys swim teams from Taos Superior College place on strong performances in the pool at the NMAA Swimming Championships held on Saturday (Feb. 19).
In the very first warmth of two, in the Women 100 Garden Butterfly race, Gracie Goler conquer the level of competition with a pair of seconds to spare, with a time of 1:05.13. With out the context of the data offered by the giant jumbotron, 1 could for a short instant in time consider she had gained it all, and did it with relieve.
There was a further established of point out-deserving swimmers, 10 of them, prepared to overtake the time set up in the initial heat. The aptly named Anna Wetteland of Los Alamos would finish in first spot. Goler concluded ninth. She did improve from her previous seed time of 1:07.39.
The Girls Relay staff — consisting of Sierra Griego, Angelina Griego, Aricela Chavez and Gracie Goler — enhanced on their seed time as well, dropping from 4:06.9 to 4:04.65 in the 400 Lawn Absolutely free Relay. Griego broke a minute for the to start with time at any time in her 100 totally free as lead-off in the relay.
As a staff, the women of Taos finished 25th, topping Piedra Vista, Rio Grande, Nmmi, and Hobbs. Albuquerque Academy (308.5), Eldorado (246), and Los Alamos (238), finished 1st, next, and 3rd, respectively.
The Taos boys relay crew, which contains Estevan Salazar, Juan Romo, Lorenzo Cordova and Dillon Brown, positioned 15th out of 20th in the 200 Property Medley Relay. 1:50.8. They completed 13th out of 20th in the Boys 200 Yard Freestyle Relay with a time of 1:36.46. They completed 14th out 20th in the Boys 400 Property Freestyle relay with a time of 3.33.58.
Brown completed 13th out of 20th in the Boys 200 Yard Freestyle with a time of 1:53.23.
Salazar completed very last in the Boys 50 Property Freestyle with a time of 23.71.
As a group the Taos boys concluded in 21st spot. They topped Volcano Vista, Santa Fe Prep, and Belen. Los Alamos (338 details), Eldorado (237), and Albuquerque Academy (227), bought first, second, and 3rd, respectively.