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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010 7C iiiiiiiiii Shannon Eliason earned three new personal best times at the Northern Valley Aquatic swim championships. Photo by Kim Eliason Koby Barker took 11th place in the 100-yard butterfly at the swim championships in Redding Aug. 6-8. Photo by Karen Barker (&apos;.hampionships conclude year The Northern Valley Aquatic League Swim Cham- pionships were held in Red- ding Aug. 6-8. Plumas Swim Team took 12 girls and four boys this year to compete against nearly 700 swim- mers from 19 northern Cali- fornia swim teams. In the girls' 7-8 age group, Cassie Belsher-Howe swam five events, achieving per- sonal bests in four of them. Sabrina Walmer also had a best time in 50-yard freestyle in the same division. Competing with the 7- year-old boys, Logan Hamlin had three of four personal best times in the 25-, 50- and 100-yard freestyle. In the girls' 9-10 division, Abria Parrott and Emily Walmer competed for Plumas Swim Team. Walmer earned sixth-place in the 100- yard individual medley and eighth place in the 50-yard butterfly, while Parrott came in 11th in the 100-yard freestyle and 13th in the 50- yard butterfly. The 11-12 age category in- cluded Ashlin Hamlin swim- ming breaststroke and freestyle events, where she had a personal best time in the 100-yard freestyle. In the same age group, Maya Belsher-Howe regis- tered six best times in eight of her events. She had huge success in the 500-yard freestyle, shaving 42 seconds off her original time. In the girls' 13-14 division, Seda Hamlin, Hope Brown, Elita Hutchins and Bethany Rouse raced for PST. Brown had best times in both the 100-yard freestyle and backstroke. Hamlin swam the 200-yard individ- ual medley in a time of 3:14.90. Hutchins had a time of 1:43.14 in the 100-yard breaststroke. Rouse placed sixth overall in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:24.58, and sixth overall in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 29.04. The four girls were also part of a relay team, swim- ming together in both the 200-yard freestyle and 200- yard medley. Shannon Eliason and Alexis Decoe competed in the girls' 15-16 category, in which Eliason captured three personal best times in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard breaststroke. Decoe finished in the top 20 in four events: the 200- yard individual medley, 100- yard butterfly, 100-yard backstroke and 100 yard breaststroke. Henry Kroeker, Koby Barker and Alex Lemnah competed in the boys' 15-16 age group. Barker went 5-for-5 in best times and placed in the top 20 in all five events, with an llth place in the 100-yard butterfly. Lemnah placed 13th in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:21.16. Kroeker had some great swims this year, taking sev- enth place in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 24.92 seconds. That finish gave Kroeker an "A" time nationally in In the 200-yard individual medley, Seda Hamlin recorded a time of 3:14.90 for Plumas Swim Team. Photo by Kim Eliason the everit, which is a great standard to achieve in swim- ming. As swimmers get into higher age groups, achiev- ing national standard times allows them to compete in different levels of competi- tion. Kroeker had best times in all six of the events that he swam over the weekend. The Plumas Swim Team was very successful at the swim championships, which brought the season to a close. Plumas Swim Team will resume again next spring and is open to all Plumas County children. Plumas Swim Team thanks all the businesses and families that sponsored the team. Their support keeps competitive swim- ming available to local youth. Sudoku Puzzle #1900-D 1 2 4 4 3 2 3 2 6 9 8 7 5 7 1 2 8 9 5 2 9 1 3 8 7 9 6 4 Stickers :A IIE Ililil 0 O 0 V I D A R A L E Y Bill MOW ! T It Oi Sudoku Solution #1890-D 851623749 974 1 85362 623 9471 85 51 8239476 2974 1 6853 436578291 385761924 1 49852637 76239451 8 ACROSS 1. "Barbarella" director Roger 6. Jazz style for Chadie Parker 9. 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