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Steamboat Makes Waves at Mavalanche Open

 Steamboat Swim Team makes waves at the 2014 MAValanche Open in Grand Junction.

Eight swimmers from Steamboat ranging in age from 13-18 competed in a 3 day pre-lim/final format at Colorado Mesa University.  Carissa Anderson achieved a sectional qualifying time in the 100 fly finishing in first place.  Gabsy Anderson achieved personal best times in all her races bringing home a 3rd place finish in the 50 free style.  The most improved swimmer on the team is Annika Fahrner who had a top 8 finish in the 500 free.  Parker Kortas continues on her breast stroke winning streak by placing first in the 100 Breast.   Breaking 1:00 minute on the 100 free was an exciting achievement for Piper Rillos.  Her time of 59.60 placed her in the top 10 finalist in that event.  Frank Ruppel took first in the 100 back, 100 fly and the 200 fly.  Lily Starkey brought home 2 top ten finishes in the 100 breast and 500 free.  Sam Terranova won the 500 free achieving a sectional cut as well as in the 200 free and 200 IM. 

This meet showcased all the hard work these swimmers have put into their winter season.  The team competes next February 15-16 at the North Jeffco meet in Arvada, CO.

Mavalanche Results