Marlins post personal bests

Tucker Chinn won the High Point Award for the 9-10 Boys Division at the Aspen USA swim meet this past weekend.
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MEEKER | Six of the 10 swimmers in ERBM Recreation and Park District’s Meeker Marlins swim team program traveled to Aspen for the first USA swim meet of the season.  Competing against many year-round swimmers, the Marlins placed well. 

Tucker Chinn won the high point award for the 9-10 boys division, an award given to the swimmer in each age group category earning the highest amount of points.  Receiving this award is a great achievement, especially when swimming against year-round swimmers.

A majority of the swims were best times for the Marlins. Coach Shelly Rogers is extremely proud of the hard work her swimmers put in to practice every morning and says, “The results from this weekend prove that hard work translates into positive results.”

The Marlins travel to Craig this weekend.

9-10 Boys Age Group

Fletcher Chinn: 25 freestyle – 1st place

Dexter Chinn: 100 free – 5th, 100 breast – 4th, 50 back – 4th, 200 IM – 5th, 100 IM – 8th, 50 free – 6th, 50 breast – 7th, 200 free – 3rd    

Tucker Chinn: 100 free, 50 fly, 50 back, 200 IM, 100 IM, 50 free, 100 back, 200 free – all 1st places

Jonan VonRoenn: 100 free – 10th, 100 breast – 7th, 50 back – 12th

13-14 Girls Age Group

Kate Lockwood: 100 free – 10th, 50 free – 8th, 100 IM – 2nd, 100 breast – 6th, 100 back – 8th

13-14 Boys Age Group

Joe McKay: 100 free – 5th, 100 fly – 3rd, 50 free – 7th, 200 breast – 3rd, 100 breast – 2nd, 200 IM – 5th

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