ST. GEORGE — Six of Region 10’s swim teams were among the dozen high schools that participated in the Red Rock Invitational meet Friday and Saturday at the Washington City Community Center.
In addition to Region 10’s Crimson Cliffs, Pine View, Desert Hills, Snow Canyon, Dixie and Cedar, the meet also featured Southern Utah schools Canyon View and Beaver, plus three schools from central Utah and Heber City’s Wasatch High.
Wasatch took first place in the girls’ meet, with Snow Canyon placing second and Crimson Cliffs taking third. On the boys’ side, Crimson Cliffs and Wasatch ended up tied for first place, with Cedar High placing third. See complete team results and scores at bottom of story.
Snow Canyon senior Kylie Barber won the girls 200 free in a time of 2:01.90. Cedar High teammates Aspen Simper and Olivia Price finished a respective third and fifth in that same race. Barber also won the 100 free in a time of 56.42 seconds, narrowly edging Meg Harris of Wasatch, who finished in 56.62.
Sorina Rom of Pine View was the top Region 10 finisher in the 200-yard individual medley, finishing fourth with a time of 2:29.07. Then, on Saturday, Rom won the 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:12.07.
Cedar High had three of the top five finishers in the girls 50 free, including senior Hannah Edwards, who won the race in a time of 26.73 seconds. Her teammates Sydney Selinger and Abigail Stratton placed fourth and fifth, respectively, while Crimson Cliffs freshman Peyton Perry took third overall in a race that featured exactly 100 competitors. Perry also ended up placing fifth in the 100 free.
Snow Canyon’s Afton Page placed third in the 100-yard butterfly, while Cedar’s Selinger took fourth.
Page also won the 100-yard backstroke, posting a time of 1:02.21. Also in the 100 back, Kensley Messinger of Crimson Cliffs placed second and Kara Weiland of Crimson Cliffs took fifth.
Aspen Simper of Cedar won the girls 500 free in a time of 5:37.22. Emma Brown of Desert Hills placed fourth in that same event, while Crimson’s Madison Henry took fifth and Snow Canyon’s Olivia Jenkins placed sixth.
Finishing behind Pine View’s Rom in the 100 breast was second-place finisher Hailee Phillips of Snow Canyon, who clocked in at 1:15.00. Also in that event, Lucy Andelin of Desert Hills took third and Paloma Manriquez of Crimson Cliffs finished fifth.
In relay events, Snow Canyon won the girls 200 medley relay and placed second in the 400 free relay, while the Desert Hills girls took second to Wasatch in the 200 free relay.
In boys’ events, Crimson Cliffs sophomore Josh Walker won the boys 200 free in a time of 1:50.73. Damon Erickson of Dixie placed second and Dallas Schimbeck of Desert Hills finished fourth. Walker also won the 100 free with a time of 49.93.
The boys 200-yard individual medley was a thrilling matchup, with Cedar’s Tobler Dotson winning the race in 2:01.20 and edging Canyon View’s Max Cannon, who finished second with a time of 2:02.74. Rounding out the top five in that event were, in order, Troy Eggers of Desert Hills, Tanner Dodds of Cedar and Andrew Carlisle of Dixie.
Cannon won his other individual event, taking first in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 55.70. Robert Gonzales of Beaver took second with a time of 56.99. Rounding out the top five in the 100 fly were, in order, Kade Bethers of Desert Hills, Daxton Green of Snow Canyon and Fox Challis of Crimson Cliffs.
Teammates Jacob Grimshaw and Ryen Bailey of Canyon View were the top Southern Utah finishers in the boys 50 free, placing third and fourth, respectively, with times of 23.42 and 23.46.
Grimshaw also finished second to Walker in the 100 free, with Bailey taking fourth in that race and Crimson’s Bronson Plumb placing fifth.
Cedar High sophomore Ashten Krans placed second in the 500 free with a time of 5:13.43. Korbin Schimbeck of Desert Hills placed fourth in that same event, while Zachary Linton of Snow Canyon took fifth.
Dixie’s Andrew Carlisle won the 100 back in a time of 56.81, with Snow Canyon’s Daxton Green placing second in 57.79. Cedar’s Justin Granado took third and Derek Hall of Crimson Cliffs finished fourth.
Cedar’s Dotson placed second in the 100 breast with a time of 1:00.18. Snow Canyon teammates Chandler Wambach and Tanner Losee finished a respective third and fifth in that race.
Additionally, Cedar won the boys 200 medley relay, while Crimson Cliffs won both the 200 and 400 free relays.
For complete meet results, click here.
Red Rock Invitational 2022
Washington City, Jan. 7-8
Girls team results
- Wasatch, 454.
- Snow Canyon, 376.
- Crimson Cliffs, 338.
- Cedar, 335.
- Desert Hills, 333.
- Emery, 248.5.
- Dixie, 218.5.
- Pine View, 187.
- Canyon View, 180.
- Richfield, 137.
- Beaver, 22.
- North Sevier, 6.
Boys team results
- (tie) Crimson Cliffs, 397.
- (tie) Wasatch, 397.
- Cedar, 360.
- Canyon View, 348.
- Snow Canyon, 338.
- Desert Hills, 248.
- Richfield, 219.
- Dixie, 196.
- Emery, 190.
- Pine View, 81.
- Beaver, 36.
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