Katie Ramos, Izzy Vick spark Selah to 9-0 begin in swim duals | Ellensburg

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Katie Ramos and Izzy Vick understandably have loads of pent-up vitality today. It had been, in any case, 16 months since they competed for Selah’s swim staff.

So, equally comprehensible, lastly letting a few of that vitality unfastened has produced some spectacular outcomes.

Within the second week of their return to competitors, Ramos turned in the perfect time within the 200-yard particular person medley and 100 again whereas Vick was quickest within the 50 free and 100 free throughout a six-team meet Saturday morning at Lions Pool, which had been a really quiet place for almost a yr due to the pandemic shutdown.

Ramos and Vick, who had been the Valley’s prime two quick sprinters throughout the 2019 season, additionally began and completed the day on profitable relays because the Vikings swept all 5 twin meets and ran their temporary season data to 7-0 within the CWAC and 9-0 general.

Within the CWAC’s modified fall season, Selah may have two extra league meets on March 6 and 13 after which wrap up the marketing campaign on March 20 with the CWAC championships.

Ramos, a junior, remained unbeaten in her two essential occasions, clocking 2:26.31 within the 200 IM and 1:06.40 within the 100 again. Each are important drops from her sophomore bests.

Vick, a sophomore, owned the freestyle sprints for the second straight week, timing 26.70 within the 50 free and 59.87 within the 100 free. Final week she opened at 58.75 within the 100 free. Vick positioned twelfth at state within the 50 free as a freshman in 2019.

In a area that included Ellensburg, Grandview, Prosser, Zillah and Toppenish, the Vikings had two different swimmers with the highest occasions of the day — Robin Willey within the 200 free and Gabi Younger within the 100 breast. Selah’s depth confirmed within the relays with three wins, together with a 4:19.28 within the 400 free finale.

Ellensburg’s Emily Holt received the five hundred free for the second straight week and dropped eight seconds down to six:33.78. Grandview’s Jedida Alvarez was tops within the 100 fly.

The CBBN will begin its swim season subsequent week.

Groups: Selah, Ellensburg, Grandview, Prosser, Zillah, Toppenish.

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200 medley relay: Selah (Ramos, Washabaugh, Vick, Younger) 2:04.21, Ellensburg 2:22.65, Prosser 2:28.88.

200 free: Robin Willey (S) 2:29.44, Ellianna Fredrickson (E) 2:31.08, Grace Bestebreur (P) 2:39.20.

200 IM: Katie Ramos (S) 2:26.22, Arianna Sanchez (G) 2:46.21, Elise Ozanich (S) 2:49.59, 

50 free: Izzy Vick (S) 26.70, Baylee Manjarrez (Z) 29.06, Melissa Zuniga (T) 29.19.

100 fly: Jedida Alvarez (G) 1:14.97, Melissa Zuniga (T) 1:16.15, Emily Holt (E) 1:17.87.

100 free: Izzy Vick (S) 59.87, Gabi Younger (S) 1:04.46, Baylee Manjarrez (Z) 1:07.00.

500 free: Emily Holt (E) 6:33.78, Elise Ozanich (S) 6:48.53, Robin Willey (S) 6:50.89.

200 free relay: Selah (Ozanich, Newell, Strand, Willey) 2:03.72, Prosser 2:15.33, Grandview 2:28.21.

100 again: Katie Ramos (S) 1:06.34, Arianna Sanchez (G) 1:17.15, Ila Youngster (E) 1:18.58.

100 breast: Gabi Younger (S) 1:20.84, Kyli Washabaugh (S) 1:21.51, Jedida Alvarez (G) 1:23.45.

400 free relay: Selah (Ramos, Willey, Younger, Vick) 4:19.28, Ellensburg 4:36.51.



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