Delta High School's swim team traveled to Frisco to participate in the Summit Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 13. The Panthers placed third out of five teams with 141 points. Glenwood Springs won the team title with 418 points.
The following results include Delta High School swimmers listed in the top 10 finishes at Saturday's meet in Summit.
Summit High School won the 50 yard freestyle in a time of 27.20 and Delta's Kendra Hillman placed second in a time of 27.60. Summer Young was ninth (32.58).
The 100 yard freestyle winner was also a Summit athlete who had a winning time of 1:01.43. Delta's Jordan Tamayo was seventh with a time of 1:09.76.
A Glenwood Springs athlete won the 100 yard backstroke race with a time of 1:06.56 and Delta's Olivia McCrackin placed third with her time of 1:13.10.
Delta had two top 10 placers in the 100 yard breaststroke. Hillman finished third in a time of 1:20.44 while Abby Williams was fifth (1:26.30). The winning time was 1:13.10.
In the 200 yard freestyle race, Glenwood Springs had the winning swimmer with a time of 2:09.87. Delta's Ashley LaHoe was ninth in 2:54.17.
The 200 yard individual medley race was won by a Glenwood Springs athlete (2:49.27) and McCrackin placed sixth (2:49.27) and Hailee Ruble was ninth.
Kalinn Komives and Haylee Chamblin finished fifth and sixth, respectively, in the 500 yard freestyle race. Glenwood Springs had the winning swimmer in this event (5:56.75).
The Panthers had two teams place in the top five in the 200 yard medley relay.
Glenwood Springs won the event with Delta finishing third (2:19.12) and sixth (2:31.91).
Delta also placed two teams in top five finishes in the 400 yard freestyle relay, won by Glenwood Springs in 4:17.10. One Delta team finished fifth (5:27.42) and the second one was sixth (6:09.30).
Delta hosts an invitational meet on Saturday, Jan. 20, beginning at 10 a.m.
On Tuesday, Sept. 11, the Delta County Board of Commissioners called a special meeting to consider the board's response to the Bureau of Land Management's preliminary Environmental Assessment (EA) concerning the lease parcels proposed for the December BLM sale.
Several people from the North Fork were present to provide input.