Canyon Crest Swim and Dive League Champions

Canyon Crest Academy Head Swim and Dive Team Coach Nico Kintz offered hearty congratulations to his team regarding the team’s performance during the Valley League’s preliminaries on Wednesday, May 11, and finals on Friday, May 13. “Both the Boys and Girls won,” he said, “taking the meet by a landslide!”

This year’s CCA Varsity Swim and Dive teams included seniors Matthew Briscoe, Taylor Patterson, Katie Twyman, and Amanda Zhang; juniors Dana Brems, Taylor Dean, Kevin Li, Yanice Rosenow, Ashley Sherman, Naomi Stapleton, Allison Steitz; sophomores Kerstin “KC” Brendel, Jennifer Campbell, Alex Chen, Jerry Guess, John Guess, Ashton Hozouri, Caiti McCallum, Marcus McCloskey, Dion Mohager, Eric Schade, Claudia See, Annabel Tomes, and Ariel Vacheron; and freshmen Eric Arnett, Robert Burklund, Tiffany Chau, Charlie Doherty, Kyle Grozen, MacKenzie Lighterink, Carla Nava, Dillon Patel, Carly Rasmussen, Nate Rudolph, Mark Steitz, Josh Trissel, David Twyman, and Derek Yen.

During the championships, Annabel Tomes set new Valley League records in the 50 Free and the 100 Free with times of 23.76 and 52.20 seconds, respectively. Additionally, new personal records were set during league preliminaries and finals by divers Claudia See and Ariel Vacheron, as well as by swimmers Tiffany Chau, Alex Chen, Carly Rasmussen, Nate Rudolph, Naomi Stapleton, and Josh Trissel in the 200 IM; Robert Burklund, Aston Hozouri, Taylor Patterson, and Mark Steitz in the 50 Free; Matthew Briscoe, Yanice Rosenow, and Mark Steitz in the 100 Free; MacKenzie Lighterink, Marcus McCloskey, and Allison Steitz in the 200 Free; Charlie Doherty, Marcus McCloskey, Allison Steitz, and Mark Steitz in the 500 Free; Tiffany Chau, Charlie Doherty, Carly Rasmussen, and David Twyman in the 100 Fly; Kyle Grozen, MacKenzie Lighterink, Dillon Patel, Yanice Rosenow, Eric Schade, Claudia See, and Katie Twyman in the 100 Back; Dion Mohager, Ashley Sherman, and Josh Trissel in the 100 Breast; and by the teams of Taylor Patterson, Carly Rasmussen, Ashley Sherman, and Annabel Tomes in the 200 Free Relay; Alex Chen, Taylor Dean, Ashton Hozouri, and Mark Steitz in the 200 Free Relay; Alex Chen, Kevin Li, Josh Trissel, and David Twyman in the 200 Medley Relay; and Matthew Briscoe, John Guess, Kevin Li, and David Twyman in the 400 Free Relay.

Following league championships, swimmers with qualifying times will compete at the CIF level. CCA’s Swim and Dive CIF team roster this year includes Raven seniors Matthew Briscoe, Taylor Patterson, Katie Twyman, and Amanda Zhang; juniors Taylor Dean, Kevin Li, Yanice Rosenow, Ashley Sherman, and Allison Steitz; sophomores Alex Chen, Jerry Guess, John Guess, Ashton Hozouri, Caiti McCallum, Marcus McCloskey, Eric Schade, Claudia See, Annabel Tomes, and Ariel Vacheron; and freshmen Tiffany Chau, Kyle Grozen, MacKenzie Lighterink, Carly Rasmussen, Mark Steitz, Josh Trissel, and David Twyman.

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