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Tuesday, March 19 , 2019, 1:25 am | Fair 53º

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Cate Swim Teams Win Season Openers

The Cate boys and girls swim teams won their season openers against St. Bonaventure on a cold Wednesday afternoon. The girls won 87-55 and the boys defeated the Seraphs 89-35.

The stand out varsity swims reported by coach Erik Hansen were:

200 Medley Relay

Girls V: Ophelia Ke, Alekha Rao, Marissa Strauss, Lulu Blau,  1st Place

200 Free

Girls V: Anna Disorbo - 1st.

Boys V: Kaiser Ke - 1st

200 IM

Boys V: Victor Vasquez - 1st.

50 Free

Boys V: Marcos Braxil, Jason Zhao, Franki Nieman - 1st through 3rd (PR for Nieman & Zhao)

100 Fly

Boys V: Jet Ochoa - 1st

Cole Hillyer doing his first 100 fly

100 Free

Girls V: Nili Silverman, Grace Johnson - 1st & 2nd.

Boys V: Brasil,  Zhao - 1st & 2nd

500 Free

Girls V: Disorbo - 1st

200 Free Relay

Girls V: Blau, Izzy Dewell, Strauss, Ke - 1st.

Boys V: Brasil, Ke, Ochoa, Vasquez - 1st

100 Back

Girls V: Ke, Strauss, Dewell - 1st through 3rd

Boys V: Vasquez, Ke - 1st & 2nd

100 Breast

Girls V: Rao - 1st

400 Free Relay

Girls V: Ella Hendricks, Blau, Johnson, Disorbo.

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