YMCA Gators swim well at their own tournament

By Staff
The Niles-Buchanan YMCA hosted the Gator Invitational on October 25, 2003. Individual results are as follows:
Ty Alexander, competing in the Men's 11-12 year old division won third place in the 40 meter Freestyle, and the 40 meter Backstroke. He took a fourth place in the 100 meter Freestyle.
Megan Curry swam in the Women's 13 and Over division and captured first place finishes in both the 100 meter Butterfly and 100 meter Breaststroke. She took second place in the 160 meter Individual Medley and 100 meter Backstroke.
Brian Exner had fifth place finishes in the 40 meter Freestyle and 40 meter Backstroke, won sixth place in the 100 meter Freestyle and third place in the 40 meter Breaststroke. Brian competes in the Men's 9-10 year old category.
Allie Fuller took home a first place for her swim in the 20 meter Breaststroke in the Women's 8 and Under Division. In the Women's 7-8 year old division she took second place in both the 20 meter Freestyle and the 20 meter Backstroke. She won fourth place in the 40 meter Freestyle.
Spencer Fuller had two sixth place finishes in the 20 and 40 meter Freestyle, a fifth place finish in the 20 meter Backstroke in the Men's 7-8 year old category. In the Men's 8 and Under, he won a third place in the 20 meter Breaststroke.
Competing in the Women's 9-10 year old category, Taylor Fuller won second place in the 40 meter Breaststroke, and 80 meter Individual medley. She took home a third place finish in the 40 meter Butterfly and a fourth place in the 100 meter Freestyle.
Jason Furst took home a fourth place in the Men's 8 and under 20 meter Breaststroke. In the Men's 6 and Under, he took home second place finishes in the 20 meter Freestyle and the 40 meter Freestyle. He also captured first place in the 20 meter Backstroke.
In the Men's 13 years and Over category, Jacob Fuson won won sixth place in the 100 meter Freestyle and 100 meter Backstroke, he won fourth place in the 40 meter Freestyle.
In the Women's Senior 100 meter Freestyle and 100 meter Backstroke, 16-year-old Stephanie Gray won first place. In the Women's 13 and Over 100 meter Freestyle and 100 meter Breaststroke she won second place.
Amanda Harlow, competing in the Women's 9-10 year old category, took home first place in three races; the 80 meter Individual Medley, the 100 meter Freestyle, and the 40 meter Backstroke. She won third place in the 40 meter Breaststroke.
Three first place finishes, in the 100 meter Freestyle, 40 meter Backstroke, and 40 meter Breaststroke went to Emily Harlow who competes in the Women's 11-12 year old division. Emily also took home a second place finish in the 40 meter Freestyle.
Evan Harlow, who competes in the Men's 12-12 year old division, won first place in the 80 meter Individual Medley, 100 meter Freestyle, and 40 meter Backstroke. He finished second in the 40 meter Freestyle.
Fifteen-year-old Tonia Hauser won first place in the Women's 13 and over 160 meter Individual Medley and 100 meter Breaststroke. In the Women's Senior category Tonia won first place in the 100 meter Butterfly and a second place in the 100 meter Backstroke.
Emily Mills, who competes in the Women's 9-10 year old division, took home first place in the 40 meter Freestyle and 40 meter Breaststroke. She had second place wins in both the 40 meter Butterfly and the 100 meter Freestyle.
James Norris won first place in two events, the 20 meter Freestyle and the 40 meter Freestyle. He won second place in the 20 meter Backstroke. James competes in the Men's 6 and Under category.
In the Women's 9-10 year old Division, Liz Panama took home second place for the 40 meter Freestyle and the 40 meter Backstroke. She won third place in the 100 meter Freestyle and fourth place in the 40 meter Butterfly.
Mike Panama, competing in the Men's 9-10 year old category won sixth place in the 40 meter Backstroke, seventh place in the 40 meter Freestyle, and eighth place in the 100 meter Freestyle.
In the Women's 8 and Under category, 6 year old Bekah Polega won third place in the 20 meter Freestyle. Bekah also competed in the Women's 6 and Under category and won second place in the 20 meter Freestyle, 40 meter Freestyle and 20 meter Backstroke.
Erin Polega competed in the Women's 8 and Under 20 meter Butterfly, winning first place. She also won first in the Women's 7-8 year old category in the 20 meter Freestyle. She won third place in the 40 meter Freestyle and the 20 meter Backstroke.
T.J. Polega, in the Men's 9-10 year old category, won first place in the 80 meter Individual Medley, 40 meter Butterfly, and 100 meter Freestyle. He won second place in the 40 meter Breaststroke.
Carlee Rankel won second place in the 80 meter Individual Medley and 40 meter Butterfly. She won third place in the 40 meter Breaststroke and fourth place in the 100 meter Freestyle. Carlee competes in the Women's 11-12 division.
In the Women's 9 -10 year old division, Kelsey Rankel won third in the 40 meter Freestyle, fifth place in the 40 meter Butterfly and 100 meter Freestyle, and fourth place in the 40 meter Breaststroke.
Cameron Skinner won fourth place in the 160 meter Individual Medley, third place in the 40 meter Freestyle, fifth place in the 100 meter Freestyle, and fourth place in the 40 meter Breaststroke. Cameron competes in the Men's 13 and over division.
Andrew Wycoff, in the Men's 11-12 year old division, won fourth place in the 40 meter Freestyle, first place in the 40 meter Butterfly, third place in the 100 meter Freestyle, and fourth place in the 40 meter Backstroke.

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