Bay City shows strong at Alvin Classic

 

Bay City’s swim teams traveled to Manvel last weekend to take part in the Alvin Classic. 

The Bay City girls’ team finished in fifth place with 183 points while the Bay City boys’ squad finished eighth with 101 points. In the combined scores, Bay City finished sixth with 284 points finishing behind first place finisher Shadow Creek High School with 814 points. 

“We focused on race strategy a bit more and I think it’s starting to sink in,” said Bay City Head Swim Coach Bob Button. “We had some very well paced swims. This was our final tune-up before this week’s district championships in Victoria.”

The following are the results from the meet:

In the girls’ 200-yard relay, Bay City’s team of Glory Vargas, Faith Vargas, Hannah Sliva and Alondra Lagunes Casanova finished in fourth place with a time of 2:19.35.

In the girls’ 200-yard freestyle, Bay City’s Faith Vargas finished second with a time of 2:21.43 while Glory Vargas finished fourth with a time of 2:22.90

In the boys’ 200-yard freestyle, Bay City’s Chris Peralta finished in 14th place with a time of 2:28.69 while Daniel Dye finished in 17th place with a time of 2:31.80.

In the boys’ 200-yard individual medley, Bay City’s Matthew Brooks finished in fourth place with a time of 2:47.81 while Jordan Wright finished eighth with a time of 2:52.92.

In the girls’ 50-yard freestyle, Bay City’s Faith Vargas finished fifth with a time of 29.20 and Alondra Lagunes Casanova finished 15th with a time of 31.51.

In the girls’ one-meter diving, Bay City’s Alondra Lagunes Casanova finished in second place with 205 points while teammate Mallory Grimes finished in fourth place with 177.05 points. 

In the boys’ one-meter diving, Bay City’s Stephen Estraca finished in first place with 264 points. 

In the girls’ 100-yard butterfly, Bay City’s Glory Vargas finished fifth with a time of 1:17.16.

In the girls’ 100-yard freestyle, Bay City’s Hannah Sliva finished fifth with a time of 1:05.97.

In the boys’ 100-yard freestyle, Bay City’s Stephen Estraca finished in fourth place with a time of 54.16 while Chris Peralta finished in 16th place with a time of 1:01.38.

In the boys’ 500-yard freestyle, Bay City’s Jordan Wright finished in sixth place with a time of 7:02.16.

In the girls’ 200-yard free relay, Bay City’s team of Glory Vargas, Hannah Sliva, Alondra Lagunes Casanova and Faith Vargas finished in fourth place with a time of 1:58.38.

In the boys’ 200-yard free relay, Bay City’s team of Matthew Brooks, Chris Peralta, Stephen Estraca and Daniel Dye finished in ninth place with a time of 1:46.92. 

In the boys’ 100-yard backstroke, Bay City’s Daniel Dye finished in 12th place with a time of 1:20.98.

In the girls’ 100-yard breaststroke, Bay City’s Hannah Sliva finished in fourth place with a time of 1:21.64.

In the boys’ 100-yard breaststroke, Bay City’s Matthew Brooks finished in 18th place with a time of 1:23.14

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