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April 10 Swim & Dive Meet vs. Oxnard

Owen Wood
A Dos Pueblos Swim team member in the March 14 meet

The Swim and Dive Meet against Oxnard on Wednesday, April 10 was a win for Dos Pueblos, with the DP girls team winning 126-44 and the boys team winning 125-36. The girls’ record now stands at 5-1, and the boys’ record is 4-2.

It was sunny on the day of the meet and since the weather had been colder earlier in the season, this pleased some members of the DP team. A number of athletes came away with personal records at the meet.

The DP girls team won every event of the meet.

The team of Ava Shabestari (12), Devereaux Wigo (9), Allyson Lagan (12), and Kay Taylor-Ng (11) won the medley relay. Dasha Dzreeva (9), Addison Parrish (11), Keira McAvoy (9), and Taylor-Ng won the 200 free relay. McAvoy, Wigo, Dzreeva, and Alina King (11) won in the 400 free relay.

Many girls also had individual wins.

Parrish won the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke.

Shabestari won the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke.

Wigo won the 200 freestyle.

Dzreeva won the 500 freestyle and the 100 freestyle.

McAvoy won the 100 backstroke.

Franki Court (11) won the 200 individual medley.

The DP boys team had winners in every event as well.

Grant Nelson (9), Liam Young (11), Daniel Switzer (10), and Benjamin Fuhrer (10) won the 400 free relay. The medley relay was won by Nelson, Young, Andrew Kline-Fernandez (12), and Adam Gelman (9).

Members on the boys team also placed in many of their individual events.

Young won the 100 freestyle and the 200 freestyle.

Tarkan Ezal (10) won the 200 individual medley.

Nelson won the 100 breaststroke and the 100 butterfly.

Eli Carnaghe (10) won the 100 backstroke and the 200 freestyle.

Kline-Fernandez won the 500 freestyle.

The next meet is at home against Santa Barbara on April 18. This meet is Dos Pueblos Swim and Dive’s senior night, and it is the final meet before Channel League begins.

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