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Records fall at Sea Dogs Invitational

High-point winner Tolman among those who left mark

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Records fall at Sea Dogs Invitational

Scott Tolman of the Manteca Dolphins earned his third high-point honor of the season at the Sea Dog Invitational Saturday in Turlock.

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POSTED June 26, 2012 1:45 a.m.

Manteca Dolphins standout Scott Tolman captured his third high-point trophy of the season while setting a meet record in the 45th Annual Sea Dogs Invitational at Turlock’s Pitman High School Saturday.

Tolman clocked the record-breaking time of 29.85 seconds in the 13-14 boys division 50 breaststroke. The previous meet record of 31.23 was established in 1990. Tolman’s time also bested his own team record (30.40). His other first-place finishes came in the 100 individual medley and 50 freestyle

The host Hughson Sea Dogs won the team event with 1,265.50 points. The Sea Lions of Ripon were the runners-up (826). The Tracy Tritons (773.50), Ceres Dolphins (597), Manteca Dolphins (517), Modesto-Stanislaus Sharks (245) and Oakdale Gators (138) followed in order.

Manteca’s Kelly Ball and Ripon’s Andria Martin also turned in record-breaking performances.

In the 9-10 girls division, Ball broke a 32-year-old meet record in the 50 fly with a time of 33.38. She also placed first in the 100 freestyle and third in the 100 IM for a second-place overall finish in the points standings.

Fellow Dolphins Mia Lopez (6-under girls) and Mallory Brubaker (11-12 girls) were also second-place high-point finishers. Giovanni Padilla took third in 9-10 boys.  Of the three, only Brubaker won an event — the 50 freestyle.

Ripon had five high-point winners led by Martin, who set a new meet record in the 11-12 girls 50 fly. She blazed to a 30.28 finish to shatter the previous mark set in 1983. Martin also won in the 100 free and 50 backstroke.

Noah Esenwein and Matthew Trejo shared the top high-point honor in 9-10 boys as each placed first in three events. Jack Gioffre also won three events en route to the 7-8 boys title. Mackenzie Rigney won the 100 IM and 50 breaststroke while settling for second in the 50 back to capture the 17-18 girls high-point trophy.

The Sea Lions had four runner-up finishers in the high-point standings: Logan Amadon (13-14) girls, Kaylie Sheaffer (15-16 girls), Alex Durham (15-16 boys) and Madison Hardin (17-18 girls).

Chloe Winter was the No. 1 finisher in the 11-12 girls 100 IM and also took second in the 50 fly.  Dylan Zador won the 7-8 boys 25 backstroke.

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