Las Positas Faculty men’s and women’s swimmers gave powerhouse attempts in the initial day of the Coast Convention Championships at Las Positas.
The Hawks earned 3 convention titles on Thursday, two separately on the men’s facet and a different in women’s relays.
“As a full, it was a wonderful day,” declared Hawks coach Jason Craighead. “We experienced a handful of meeting champions, some prospective State Qualifying occasions, plenty of particular bests, and it really did not rain that much.”
Impressively, Las Positas’ Ross Brown and Kyle Youthful went 1-2 in the men’s 500-property freestyle finals, with winner Brown becoming timed in 4:50.59 and Younger at 5:05.46.
Franco Moufarrej won the Coast title in the 50 no cost (21:27).
Zachary Perry was third in the 200 IM (2:00.23). The Hawks ended up 2nd in both the men’s 400 medley relay (3:38.26) and the 200 free of charge relay (1:27.41).
Also in the 500 absolutely free finals, the Hawks’ Cade Venables (5:27.95) was fourth and Sean Mendez (5:28.37) fifth.
In women’s motion, the Hawks’ 400 medley relay received the convention championship (4:21.98), with a team of Samantha Dorn (backstroke), Ashley Sand (breaststroke), Sarah Thompson (butterfly) and Gabrielle Benavidez (freestyle). The Hawks were a shut 2nd in the 200 absolutely free relay (1:43.46), guiding West Valley (1:42.58).
Dorn, Thompson and Benavidez completed 2-3-4 in the women’ s 500-yard freestyle finals. Ashley Sand was 3rd in the 200 IM (2:17.96), with a individual greatest of above 3 seconds, and Chabot’s Gillian Cano (2:17.34) was second.
The a few-working day meet proceeds with preliminaries at 10 a.m. on Friday and finals at 3 p.m., at Las Positas. Saturday’s closing day starts at 10 a.m. with preliminaries, and wraps up with finals at 3 p.m.