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Livermore Aquacowboys host the 'Valentine's Splash'!

Original post made by ruckus, Livermore, on Feb 11, 2013

The Livermore Aquacowboys hosted the 'Valentine's Splash' at the Robert Livermore Community Center! The LAC home meet was a Pacific Swimming, Zone 2, Short Course, C/B/A+ Swim meet on February 9-10, 2013. The meet had 410 registered swimmers with over 2077 splashes. Swimming for LAC was Minhnha Kawamura (8), Jessica Akins (9), Chenoa Bodera (10), Annelyse Combitsis (9), Katie Ottman (10), Franco Moufarrej (10), Daiki Nishikawa (10), Jacqueline Arnold (11), Amanda Butcher (12), Tori Carroll (12), Katherine Dabney (12), Caroline Eckel (11), Sydney Magann (12), Kristina Mena (12), Julia Rocha (12), Megan Wilcox (12), Alexander Bass (12), Paige DaCosta (11), Christopher Gonzalez (11), Matthew Hayes (12), Collin Trump (11), Hunter Woffinden (12), Annemarie Arnold (14), Paige Chew (13), Emily Chong (13), Megan Fairbanks (14), Emma Hayes (13), Nicolette McConn (13), Sofia Moufarrej (13), Celine Nguyen (14), Larissa Trump (13), Dante DeMayo (13), Brandon Siu (13), Jenna Chew (15), Shelby Diehl (15), Kathie Kulp (16), Jessica Paul (16),Nathan Boas, Jared Brandley (15), Alex Gonzalez (14),Haley Hamza (16), Stephen MacKanic, Bryce McLaggin, Shelby Swanson (18) and Trent Trump (16). The Livermore Aquacowboys train at the Livermore Valley Tennis Club under the direction of Coach Alex Silver, Coach Lisa White, Coach Leslie Dabney and Coach Theresa Davis. Many new best times were achieved this weekend at the 'Valentine Splash', GO LAC!

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Posted by ruckus
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on Feb 11, 2013 at 4:57 pm

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Congratulations Livermore Aquacowboys!!! It was a fun meet!

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