Isaiah Trevizu swims the butterfly leg of the boys’ 13- through 18-year-old division 200 individual medley relay at the Gridley Gator Swim Meet. Photo submitted

Lassen Volcanoes take on second invitational

The Lassen Volcanoes swim team traveled to Gridley, California for its second swim invitational of the season.

The Gridley Gator Swim Meet was held from June 29 to July 1. Over the course of three days, the Volcanoes competed in individual events as well as team relays in their fight for the gold.

Head coach Laura Rotlisberger said, “The coaches continue to be impressed with the dedication the swimmers exhibit at practice and the effort they put forth during the meets. On the deck, the support for one another is seen through cheering and high fives and demonstrates how well the swimmers are coming together as a team.”

EmmaLee Rotlisberger, left, Natalie Nakanishi, Lily Buehler and Claire Buehler pose for a photo after earning first place for the girls’ 15- through 16-year-old 200-meter freestyle relay at the Gridley Gator Swim Meet. Photo submitted

Regarding results from the Gridley meet, the Volcanoes had a total of seven relays and 154 individual entries.

In the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division 200-meter medley relay, Hazel Gaumont, Emma Luna, Hayley Trevizu and Clair Buehler earned second place with a time of 3:04.55.

In the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division 200-meter medley relay, Caleb Hubbard, Tobias Hall, Jacob Lewis and Jacob Clingensmith earned first place with a time of 2:39.43.

For the boys’ 17- through 18-year-old division 200-meter medley relay, Jack Heimbigner, Alden Singleton, Luke Trevizu and Isaiah Trevizu earned third place with a time of 2:32.40.

In the girls’ 11- through 12-year old division 200-meter freestyle relay, Hayley Trevizu, Gaumont, Luna and Jessica Nakanishi finished in second place with a time of 2:38.55.

As for the girls’ 15- through 16-year-old division 200-meter freestyle relay, Claire Buehler, Emmalee Rotlisberger, Natalie Nakanishi and Lily Buehler finished in first place with a time of 2:18.93.

In the boy’s 17- through 18-year-old division 200-meter freestyle relay, Jacob Clingensmith, Singleton, Isaiah Trevizu and Ethan Trevizu earned third place with a time of 2:04.39.

For the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division 200-meter freestyle relay, Luke Trevizu, Lewis, Jeffrey Clingensmith and Heimbigner earned second place with a time of 2:44.08.

As for individual entries, Claire Buehler took on seven events for the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

In the 200-meter freestyle, Clair Buehler finished second with a time of 2:44.64. For the 100-meter freestyle, she finished fifth with a time of 1:17.20. In the 50-meter freestyle, she earned eighth place with a time of 34.79 seconds.

In the 100-meter individual medley, Claire Buehler finished fourth with a time of 1:31.29. For the 50-meter breaststroke, she earned fifth place with a time of 47.61 seconds. In the 100-meter fly, she earned fifth place with a time of 1:41.34. For the 50-meter backstroke, she finished with a time of 42.41 seconds to earn eighth place.

Lily Buehler competed in six events for the girls’ 15- through 16-year-old division.

In the 200-meter freestyle, Lily Buehler finished with a time of 2:43.03 to earn seventh place. For the 100-meter freestyle, she earned sixth place with a time of 1:10.23. For the 50-meter freestyle, she earned sixth place with a time of 31.53 seconds.

For the 200-meter individual medley, Lily Buehler earned sixth place with a time of 3:10.78. She then earned sixth place in the 100-meter fly with a time of 1:35.31. In the 100-meter backstroke, she finished with a time of 1:29.04 to earn fifth place.

Jacob Clingensmith participated in nine individual events for the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division.

For the 100-meter fly, Jacob Clingensmith earned sixth place with a time of 1:26.16.

In the 500-meter freestyle, Jacob Clingensmith finished in sixth place with a time of 7:07.54. He then took 11th place for the 200-meter freestyle with a time of 2:47.32. For the 100-meter freestyle, he finished in sixth place with a time of 1:07.88. The 50-meter freestyle saw him take eighth place with a time of 31.29 seconds.

For the 200-meter backstroke, Jacob Clingensmith finished with a time of 3:07.57 to earn fifth place. In the 100-meter backstroke, he earned sixth place with a time of 1:26.75. In the 200-meter breaststroke, he earned sixth place with a time of 43:31.67. Then, in the 100-meter breaststroke, he earned 10th place with a time of 1:37.63.

Jeffrey Clingensmith participated in five individual events for the boys’ 7- through 8-year-old division.

For the 100-meter freestyle, Jeffrey Clingensmith finished in fourth place with a time of 1:38.76. In the 25-meter freestyle, he finished in fourth place with 19.6 seconds on the clock.

Jack Heimbigner, left, Luke Trevizu, Jeffrey Clingensmith and Jacob Lewis pose together after taking second place in the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old freestyle relay at the swim meet between June 28 and July 1. Photo submitted

In the 50-meter fly, Jeffrey Clingensmith earned fourth place with a time 1:03. 97. For the 50-meter breaststroke, he earned fourth place with a time of 1:06.11. In the 25-meter backstroke, he finished with a time of 26.97 seconds to earn 10th place.

Gaumont competed in three individual events for the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

For the 100-meter backstroke, Gaumont finished in eighth place with a time of 1:55.99. In the 100-meter freestyle, she finished with a time of 1:42.00 to earn 19th place. For the 50-meter freestyle, she finished in 22nd place with a time of 42.55 seconds.

Tobias Hall competed in three individual events for the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division.

For the 200-meter backstroke, Tobias Hall finished with a time of 3:33.22 to earn eighth place. For the 200-meter freestyle, he finished 18th with a time of 3:04.76. As for the 100-meter breaststroke, he took ninth place with a time of 1:37.39.

Zebadias Hall participated in two individual events for the boys’ 11- through 12-year-old division: The 50-meter breaststroke and the 100-meter freestyle. In the former, Zebadias Hall finished in 13th place overall with a time of 53.08 seconds. In the latter, his time was 1:33.86 to earn 19th place.

Heimbigner took part in seven individual events for the boys’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

In the 50-meter fly, Heimbigner earned ninth place with a time of 42.72 seconds. He then earned 10th in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 1:19.45, and 11th in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 36.07 seconds.

In the 100-meter backstroke, Heimbigner took ninth place with a time of 1:53.58. He earned eighth in the 100-meter breaststroke with a time of 1:41.21. For the 50-meter backstroke, he earned 11th place with a time of 44.46 seconds. In the 50-meter breaststroke, he finished with 48.78 seconds on the clock to earn ninth place.

Hubbard competed in one individual event for the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division: The 200-meter freestyle. In the 200-meter freestyle, he finished in 13th place with a time of 2:49.52.

Bailey Krier competed in two individual events for the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

In the 100-meter freestyle, Krier earned 21st place with a time of 1:44.49. Then, she earned 22nd place in the 50-meter breaststroke with a time of 1:07.35.

Lewis took part in four individual events for the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division.

In the 100-meter breaststroke, Lewis earned 19th place with a time of 2:05.02.

For the 200-meter freestyle, Lewis earned 15th with a time of 2:53.75. He earned 11th in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 1:16.23. In the 50-meter freestyle, he earned 11th as well with a time of 33.66 seconds.

Luna participated in six individual events for the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

In the 100-meter freestyle, Luna earned 15th place with a time of 1:34.28. For the 50-meter freestyle, she earned 17th place with a time of 38.64 seconds.

For the 100-meter individual medley, Luna took 15th place with a time of 1:50.08. In the 50-meter fly, she earned 17th place with a time of 56.08 seconds. For the 50-meter breaststroke, she finished with a time of 1:00.60 to earn 18th place. For the 50-meter backstroke, she took 18th place with a time of 47.89 seconds.

Jessica Nakanishi took on two individual events for the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

In the 100-meter fly, Jessica Nakanishi earned fourth place with a time of 1:37.99. As for the 50-meter freestyle, she earned ninth place with a time of 34.87 seconds.

Natalie Nakanishi competed in three individual events for the girls’ 13- through 14-year-old division.

In the 100-freestyle, Natalie Nakanishi earned ninth place with a time of 1:22.95. For the 100-meter backstroke, she finished with a time of 1:45.66 to earn eighth place. For the 50-meter freestyle, she earned 10th place with a time of 36.75 seconds.

Addy Rotlisberger placed in two individual events for the girls’ 9- through 10-year-old division.

In the 50-meter backstroke, Addy Rotlisberger earned 16th place with a time of 1:04.32. For the 50-meter freestyle, she finished with a time of 56.23 seconds to earn 23rd place.

Aubreann Rotlisberger competed in two individual events for the girls’ 6 years and younger division.

In the 25-meter backstroke, Aubreann Rotlisberger finished in 10th place with a time of 57.52 seconds. In the 25-meter freestyle, she finished in 10th place as well with 46.41 seconds on the clock.

Emmalee Rotlisberger placed in five individual events for the girls’ 13- through 14-year-old division.

In the 200-meter freestyle, Emmalee Rotlisberger earned eighth place with a time of 2:56.65. In the 100-meter freestyle, she earned seventh place with a time of 1:20.09. In the 50-meter freestyle, she took seventh place with 35.09 seconds on the clock.

As for the 200-meter backstroke, Emmalee Rotlisberger earned seventh place overall with a time of 3:42.84. For the 100-meter breaststroke, she finished with a time of 1:46.54 to earn 11th place.

Singleton competed in five individual events for the boys’ 17- through 18-year-old division.

In the 200-meter freestyle, Singleton took second place with a time of 2:39.07. He then earned third place in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 1:12.68. In the 50-meter freestyle, he earned third place with 31.70 seconds on the clock.

For the 200-meter breaststroke, Singleton earned first place with a time of 3:08.41. In the 100-meter breaststroke, he took second place with 1:24.32 on the clock.

Ethan Trevizu participated in four individual events for the boys’ 13- through 14-year-old division.

In the 100-meter breaststroke, Ethan Trevizu earned seventh place with a time of 1:31.43 in the 200-meter freestyle, he took seventh place as well with a time of 2:36.45. He then took seventh place in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 1:08.55. In the 50-meter freestyle, he eared sixth place with a time of 30.07 seconds.

Hayley Trevizu placed in seven individual events for the girls’ 11- through 12-year-old division.

In the 200-meter freestyle, Hayley Trevizu placed third with 2:52.15 on the clock. She then placed sixth in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 1:20.44. For the 50-meter freestyle, she finished with 34.47 seconds on the clock to earn seventh place.

For the 100-meter individual medley, Hayley Trevizu took sixth place with a time of 1:31.50. She then earned fifth place for the 50-meter fly with 39.55 seconds recorded. For the 50-meter breaststroke, she earned 10th place with a time of 49.53 seconds. For the 50-meter backstroke, she took seventh with a time of 42.11 seconds.

Isaiah Trevizu participated in six individual events for the boys’ 15- through 16-year-old division.

For the 200-meter freestyle, Isaiah Trevizu finished in 2:37.81 to earn eighth place. In the 100-meter freestyle, he earned sixth place with a time of 1:08.30. He then earned seventh place in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 28.79 seconds.

In the 200-meter individual medley, Isaiah Trevizu took third with a time of 3:05.91. In the 100-meter breaststroke, he took eighth place with a time of 1:39.66. He then finished sixth in the 100-meter backstroke with a time of 1:36.48.

Luke Trevizu competed in five individual events for the boys’ 9- through 10-year-old division.

In the 100-meter freestyle, Luke Trevizu earned sixth place with a time of 1:32.87. He then finished eighth in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 44.77 seconds.

For the 100-meter individual medley, Luke Trevizu earned second place with a time of 1:47.12. He finished fifth in the 50-meter breaststroke with a time of 1:01.09. In the 50-meter backstroke, he took eighth place with a time of 50.93 seconds.