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Manteca, Ripon standouts shatter Oakdale meet records

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Manteca Dolphins Scott Tolman, clockwise from top left, Mallory Brubaker, Ashlynn See and Hayden Beier earned high-point trophies at the Oakdale Invitational on Saturday.

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POSTED June 11, 2013 2:11 a.m.

Scott Tolman led the Manteca Dolphins to a third-place finish with five meet-record performances Saturday in the Oakdale Invitational, while Matthew Trejo of second-place Ripon is the new standard bearer in three individual events.

It was another strong effort by both standouts and their clubs. It’s the second Mid-Valley Swim League invitational in three weeks that Ripon (1,472.50 points) and Manteca (1,356) placed second and third, respectively, behind the Turlock Seadogs (1,576).

Tolman was one of four Dolphins to capture high-point honors, while Ripon totaled five. The incoming sophomore at Sierra High set new meet records in the 13-14-year-old boys 100-yard individual medley (59.04 seconds), 50 breaststroke (28.80) and 50 freestyle (23.61). His medley mark shattered a 26-year-old record that stood at 59.45. He improved his own 50 breast meet record, which was previously at 30.74, by nearly two seconds.

Johnny Buonauro and Trevor Allen joined Tolman on the record-breaking 200 medley and 200 free relays. The 200 medley, which includes Nic Perez, broke team and meet record with its time of 1 minute, 55.53 seconds. Jacob Evans was part of the 200 relay quartet that checked in at 1:42.20, which eclipsed the 26-year-old meet record held by a Manteca team.

Hayden Beier, Mallory Brubaker and Ashlynn See were other high-point titlists for Manteca. Brubaker did it in the 11-12 girls division, setting the meet record in the 100 IM (1:12.10) and a new team record in the 100 free (1:00.93). See dominated in 7-8 girls, winning the 50 free, 25 breast and 25 free while racking up the maximum 33 points. Beyer claimed the 7-8 boys 25 butterfly and 25 backstroke.

Jeremy Coronado placed third in 17-18 boys and improved his own program record in the 100 breast in 1:11.51.

Notable points contributors for the Dolphins include: McKeane Beier (6-under boys, third), Delaney Brubaker (7-8 girls, second), Donovan Armstrong (9-10 boys, tied third), Kelly Ball (11-12 girls, tied third), Giovanni Padilla (11-12 boys, second), Garrett Kmiec (11-12 boys, tied third), Nancy Enriquez (13-14 girls, tied third) and Buonauro (13-14 boys, second).

Trejo managed to shine brightest for a Ripon team that had several key producers. He dominated the 9-10 boys circuit with meet-record times in the 100 IM (1:13.31), 100 free (1:04.64) and 50 fly (31.46, 24-year-old record). He was also part of the division’s winning 200 medley relay.

Maddie Hawes had a hand in two record races. The 15-16 girls points champion is the new meet record holder in 57.99. She also led the 15-18 200 relay team — also consisting of Logan Amadon, Natalie Randolph and Kaylie Sheaffer — to a first-place record time of 1:49.96.

Sydney Vieira and Rylee Beidleman, who finished 1-2 in the 9-10 girls points standings, teamed up with Amy Bacay and Haven Fasani to stamp their names in the meet record book. They clocked in at 2:28.12.

Jacob Thompson (11-12 boys) and Amelia Trejo (6-under girls) also garnered points titles. Kailee Inderbitzin (6-under girls, third), Steven Barrios (7-8 boys, third), Lizzie Taggar (11-12, tied third), Andria Martin (13-14 girls, second) and Zach Pratt (13-14 boys, third) were other top-three points finishers of note.

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Dolphins top Ripon,  Oakdale in tri meet

On June 1, the Dolphins turned in a commanding effort during a league tri-meet at Oakdale. They outscored Ripon 1,833 to 1,499, while the host Gators tallied 432.

Winning three events were: Hayden Beier, Mallory Brubaker, Johnny Buonauro, Jeremy Coronado, Ashlynn See and Scott Tolman.

McKeane Beier, Delaney Brubaker, Daniel Calderini, Michaela Ramos, Zachary Thomas and Austin Welch contributed two wins apiece.

Single-event winners include: Kelly Ball, Saul Berber, Erick Enriquez, Garrett Kmiec, Giovanni Padilla and Meghan Tolman.

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