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Michael Chasson

Cactus Aquatics placed fifth at the Age Group State Championships at Oro Valley. The team was lead by Jason Sugihara who won the 11-12 boys high point trophy by winning all six of his events. The team had many point scorers in scoring the largest number of points in team history.

Michael Chasson

Cactus Aquatics placed ninth at the State Open Championships. Cactus was led by Jack Luken, who achieved his first Futures Meet qualifying time in the 1650. Other top performers included Max Nielsen, Katy Clausen, Ava Elliot, Colin Cambell, Colorado Stanley, Kinsey Miller, Alyssa Clausen, and Finn Crawford.

Michael Chasson

Cactus Aquatics won the JO's at Westside YMCA, against a tough field that included Phoenix Swim Club, Westside Silverfins, and Yuma Heat.

Michael Chasson

Cactus was represented by seven swimmers at the Arizona vs San Diego All Star Meet held in Yuma on January 4-5. Jason Sugihara, Kailey Hickey, Anthony Kummet and Sasha Volkova won individual events for the Arizona team. Arizona won the meet by twelve points in a meet that was close all the way. Other Cactus swimmers included Joe Luken, Alp Cetegen, and Ryne Davenport.

Michael Chasson

Cactus placed second overall at the IMX Extreme meet in November. Individual high point winners were Reed Lucero in 13 year old boys and Jason Sugihara in 11 year old boys. Other top 16 placers included: Clare Luken, Joe Luken, Ava Lucero, Dylan Rhodes, Jaida Lippy, Sasha Volkova, Alexa Largent, Cyrus Mead, Myra Streit, Abby Raclaw, Colin Campbell, Colorado Stanley, Peter Hendricks, Jonathan Zinger, Anthony Kummet, Jack Luken, Kinsey Miller, Elle Campbell, Carl DiGiovine

Michael Chasson

Eight Cactus swimmers were selected to represent Arizona Swimming in a dual meet against San Diego Swimming on January 4th in Yuma. These swimmers were selected based on their performances in the last year. The swimmers are: Reed Lucero, Ryne Davenport, Jason Sugihara, Joe Luken, Kailey Hickie, Anthony Kummet, Alp Cetegen, Sasha Volkova This dual meet is hopefully the first of many with San Diego. Next year's is already scheduled in San Diego. This is should be a great experience for all the swimmers.