Trio leads Blue Heron / NWAC

The North Whidbey Aquatics Club produced three high-point finishers in the six-team Valentine’s Day Invitational Feb. 8 and 9 at John Vanderzicht Pool.

Caitlin Dennen (girls 16-and-over), Kiersten Tyson (girls 13-14) and Elizabeth Zeirchang (girls 8-and-under) each scored the most points in her division.

Tyson won seven of eight events, placing second in the other.

Dennen collected four firsts and Zierchang two.

Elsa Min, 8, added two firsts and Cassidy Stewart, 8, one for the Blue Heron.

Best finishers for each NWAC swimmer

Cayetana Bartlett, 11, 16th, 50-meter backstroke.

Kaylee Darling-Glach, 9, 19th, 50 freestyle.

Caitlin Dennen, 16, first, 50 back, 200 back, 50 free, 50 butterfly.

Leylah Dominguez, 13, fourth, 200 individual medley, 100 fly.

Lila Forbes, 12, seventh, 100 free, 200 breaststroke.

Avery Golden, 11, 15th, 100 back, 50 back.

Sophia Green, 8, fifth, 25 free.

Taryn Lucero, 12, fourth, 200 back.

Brock Martin, 12, 10th, 100 back, 50 back.

Elsa Min, 8, first, 100 free, 100 IM.

Chloe Nix, 12, fifth, 50 free.

Maddison Rekey, 12, ninth, 100 back, 200 breast.

Cassidy Stewart, 8, first, 25 fly.

Connor Stewart, 12, fourth, 200 breast.

Joshua Trigg, 14, fifth, 100 back.

Madison Trigg, 11, 17th, 100 back.

Kiersten Tyson, 13, first, 100 fly, 100 back, 100 free, 400 free, 50 back, 200 back, 50 fly.

Tinina Villagomez, 9, seventh, 100 back.

Indiana Whitley, 12, third, 200 back.

Logan Worman, 12, 11th, 100 back, 50 back.

Elizabeth Zieschang, 7, first, 100 back, 50 fly.

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