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Tolman, Trejo set meet records in Tracy

Owen Curtiss of the Ripon Sea Lions competes Sunday in the boys 7-8 100-yard IM in the Mid Valley Swim Conference Tracy Invitational at West High’s Pinkie Phillips Aquatic Center.

DAVE CAMPBELL/The Bulletin


POSTED May 29, 2013 1:42 a.m.

Manteca Dolphin Scott Tolman and Matthew Trejo of the Ripon Sea Lions had sizzling starts to the 2013 Mid-Valley Swim League season over Memorial Day weekend.

They combined to break six individual meet records while dominating their way to high-point titles in the Tracy Invitational at West High’s Pinkie Phillips Aquatic Center in Tracy. Tolman and Trejo were among four competitors to score a meet-high 54 points, joining Ripon’s Jacob Thompson and Ceres’ Zachary Jones.

Trejo led the Sea Lions to a second-place team finish behind the Turlock Seadogs, who outpointed Ripon, 1,055.50 - 1,005. Manteca took third with 947 points.

In the 13-14 boys division, Tolman set meet and team records in the 100-yard individual medley (58.87 seconds), 100 freestyle (52.00) and 50 breaststroke (28.45). He teamed with Nic Perez, Johnny Buonauro and Jimmy Evans for the 200 medley relay, and the quartet broke a 20-year-old meet record in 1:55.76.

Tolman also set new program records in the 50 free (23.24), 50 butterfly (26.02) and 200 free relay (1:41.63) along with Jimmy Burke, Buonauro and Evans. Tolman also won the 50 backstroke but came up short of records in the event. Buonauro was the runner-up to Tolman in the 13-14 points standings.

Trejo was just as impressive in the 9-10 boys division. He eclipsed two meet records that stood for 38 years while winning the 50 free (29.20) and 100 free (1:02.92). The 50 butterfly record (30.94) also belongs to him after blowing past the previous mark by more than 2 seconds.

High-point winner Rylee Beidleman joined forces with Amy Bacay, Haven Fasani and Sydney Vieira to break the 9-10 girls 200 free relay meet record in 2:07.40. Vieira took third in the individual point standings.

Ashlynn See ruled the 7-8 girls competition and coasted to the points championship while breaking a Dolphins record in the 25 breaststroke (22.09). Jeremy Coronado set a Manteca record in the 17-18 boys 100 breast, finishing with a third-place time of 1:15.66.

Hayden Beier was among the Dolphins’ high-point standouts, placing first in 7-8 boys. Mallory Brubaker shared the 11-12 girls championship with Tracy’s Clara Ho, as both totaled 42 points. Other Dolphins finishing in the top three were McKeane Beier (6-under boys, third), Delaney Brubaker (7-8 girls, second) and Garrett Kmiec (11-12 boys, second).

Kailee Inderbitzin (6-under girls) and Kaylie Sheaffer (17-18 girls) were crowned high-point winners for Ripon. Other Sea Lions placing in the top three were Steven Barrios (7-8 boys, third), Jack Gioffre (9-10 boys, third), Andria Martin (13-14 girls, second), Chloe Winter (13-14 girls, third) and Maddie Hawes (15-16 girls, second).

Manteca and Ripon are both heading to Oakdale this upcoming weekend for a tri-meet with the Gators.

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