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Moses Lake Manta Rays

2022 Western Zone Short Course Championship is a wrap, and now they play. MRA had 11 swimmers qualify for Senior Zones this year, a Manta Ray record! 8 of them traveled to St. George, Utah this week to compete in the Short Course version of this event. It's a good thing that records are meant to be broken, because MRA swimmers just busted up a bunch of them. Laurel Knox, Julia Heaps, Nicholas Moore, Makhaela Parrish, Kathryn Duvall, Issabelle Parrish, Ashton McKean, and Isaac Patten represented the Manta Rays. The...

Moses Lake Manta Rays

Last weekend, Manta Ray Aquatics Swim Team had over 15 swimmers travel to the University of Idaho to compete in the Inland Empire’s Junior Olympics Swim Meet. This meet invites swimmers from Idaho, Oregon, and Washington to compete for the top spot in a multitude of swim events. Some of the team’s top qualifiers are as follows: Bria Bodenman finished in 6th place in her 1650, the longest swim event offered. Edi Cristoloveanu finished in the top spot in his 50 and 100 breaststroke and 3rd place in both the...

Moses Lake Manta Rays

This last weekend, the Manta Ray Aquatics Swim Team hosted the Inland Empire Jr. Champs Meet, which brought 13 teams from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho together to compete. This event is comprised of 14 & under swimmers and is a last chance qualifying meet for the next level of competition for Inland Empire Swimming, the Junior Olympics meet in Moscow, ID. The Manta Rays had 21 athletes swim at the meet, many of whom had best times and placed in the top 8. Eduard Cristoloveanu took 1st place in his...

Moses Lake Manta Rays

Congratulations Laurel! Good luck at the University of Jamestown. They are lucky to have you, and you will be missed by the Manta Rays.

Moses Lake Manta Rays

Two swimmers from Moses Lake have breakout swims at the Northwest Conference Championships last week in Federal Way. Freshman swimmers Cole Lindberg of Willamette University and Zachary Washburn of Whitworth University, competed in their college conference championships during their first year of attending their respective schools. Cole and Zachary were teammates for many years swimming for the Manta Ray Aquatics swim team of Moses Lake, as well as swimming four years with the Moses Lake High School team. After the past two years of having limited training and competitions due...