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Northwood outkicks Northview

By DEREK WILEY
Of the Keizertimes

Northwood defeated fellow Keizer neighborhood pool Northview Terrace 375 to 241 on Thursday, July 19 as both teams enter the final stretch before the all-city meet.

Northwood’s boys racked up 196 points.

Jabez Rhoads won the 15-18 freestyle, butterfly and backstroke to lead the way. Zander Rhoads took first in the 13-14 individual medley and free.

Ethan Whalen won the 15-18 IM and breaststroke. Ben Diede placed first in the 9-10 free and back.

Pierce Walker won the 11-12 fly and back.

Jackson Alt finished first in the 13-14 fly. Madden Hughes won the 8-and-under back and Zachary Harrington took first in the 13-14 back.

Northwood’s boys won the 11-12, 13-14 and 15-18 free and medley relays.

Northwood’s girls added 179 points.

Paris Boyd and Evy Hales each won three events.

Boyd took first in the 15-18 IM, free and back while Hales won the 9-10 free, fly and back.

Molly Eisele won the 11-12 IM and fly. Brooke Junker placed first in the 13-14 back and breaststroke.

Ellie Auvinen took first in the 13-14 IM and Indy Gavthier won the 11-12 free.

Kaitlyn Roop finished first in the 11-12 back and Eliana Dean won the 13-14 free.

Haley Hughes won the 15-18 fly and Madie Trammell took first in the 15-18 breaststroke.

Northwood’s girls also won the 8-and-under, 11-12, 13-15 and 15-18 medley relays.

Cole Pedersen, Zach Kilby and Nick Kosiewicz led Northview’s boys, each winning three events.

Pedersen took first in the 9-10 IM, fly and breaststroke. Kilby won the 11-12 IM, free and breaststroke. Kosiewicz won the 8-and-under free, fly and breaststroke.

Jeremy Becker placed first in the 15-18 breaststroke.

Northview also won the 9-10 boys medley and free relays.

Ally Castaneda led the Northview girls, winning the 8-and-under IM, fly and breaststroke.

Ashley Stucker finished first in the 9-10 back and breaststroke. Mackenzie Hoffmeister won the 8-and-under back and breaststroke.

Madison Hoffmeister took first in the 11-12 breaststroke, Izzy Kilby won the 9-10 IM, Carly  Castaneda finished first in the 8-and-under free and Kianna Staley won the 15-18 IM.

Northview’s girls also won the 9-10 medley elay.

Holiday

Holiday Swim Club topped Jan Ree 381 to 218 on Thursday, July 19.

Emma Anderson led the girls, winning the 11-12 free, fly and breaststroke.

Claire Hicks (8-and-under IM and back), Emery Love (11-12 IM and back), Ella Gerig (9-10 free and breaststroke) and Olivia Anderson (8-and-under free and breaststroke) each won two events.

Ava Privratsky took first in the 8-and-under free and Kassy Winters won the 15-18 fly.

Holiday’s girls won five relays—8-and-under, 9-10 and 11-12 medley as well as 8-and-under and 11-12 free.

Carter Hollis, Vinny Arnold and Jack McCarty paced Holiday’s boys, each winning three individual events.

Hollis took first in the 13-14 IM, free and fly. Arnold won the 9-10 free, back and breaststroke. McCarty placed first in the 15-18 IM, fly and breaststroke.

Noah Williams finished first in the 8-and-under fly and breaststroke.

Holiday won three more 8-and-under events—Jacob Castronovo in the IM, Ozzy Arnold in the back and Michael Hudgins in the free.

Holiday also racked up points in the 9-10 and 11-12 age groups. Brody Hollis won the 9-10 IM and Aiden Vandre took first in the 9-10 fly. Xavier Grantham won the 11-12 back while Joshua Grossman finished first in the 11-12 breaststroke. Holiday’s boys won six relays—8-and-under, 9-10 and 11-12 medley as well as the 8-and-under, 11-12 and 13-14 free.

Holiday is hosting the all-city swim meet on Saturday, July 28 at 10 a.m.