Youth sports: Valle earns three wins in Lakeside

November 09, 2001

LAKESIDE — Imperial Valley Desert Aquatics swimmer Erika Valle swam to three wins at the Unlimited Swimming ‘C' meet at El Capitan High here recently.

Valle won the women's 15-and-over 100-yard butterfly (1 minute 25.97 seconds), 100 backstroke (1:20.32) and 100 freestyle (1:08.79).

In the girls 7- to 8-year-old class, IVDA's Mercedes Gonzales took ninth in the 50 backstroke, Kacie Rodvil was second in the 50 butterfly and seventh in the 50 freestyle. In the 9-10 boys class IVDA's Dominic Gomez was second in the 50 breaststroke, fifth in the 100 individual medley and seventh in the 50 freestyle. In the 11-12 boys class IVDA's Raul Caro was sixth in the 50 freestyle and eighth in the 50 butterfly. In the 13-14 girls class IVDA's Katrina Gomez was seventh in the 100 breaststroke and eighth in the 100 butterfly.

Wills third at pentathlon

CHULA VISTA — Imperial Valley Desert Aquatic's Stevie Wills took third at the South Bay Aquatics ‘A' Pentathlon here recently.


The swimming pentathlon consists of five events — the butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle and individual medley.

Wills took second in the 50 breaststroke and 50 freestyle, third in the 50 butterfly and 100 individual medley and ninth in the 50 backstroke.

IVDA's Julia Hannon placed 17th in the same division.

Imperial Valley golf classic

HOLTVILLE — More than 120 golfers participated in the Imperial Valley Golf Classic, at Barbara Worth Golf Resort near here last weekend.

In the first flight, the winners were Wyn Rees, Young Ko, Todd Hildre and Dennis Gusi. In second place were Ben Aguirre, Bill Reed, Danny Chaigres and Fernando Gutierrez. In third place were Dave Anderson, Dennis Gratichek, Robert Merill and Bill Cook.

In the second flight the winners were David Singh, Ken Lee, Jimmy Swanson and Mike Lee. In second place were Chuck Jernigan, Joe Jack Barker, Ed Tellez and Joe Esparza. In third place were Robert Herrera, Carlos Herrera, Ricky Herrera and Oscar Grijalva.

Joseph Guillen won closest to the pin and Tony Woo had the longest drive.

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