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July 22, 2009 > Treeview Dolphins fall to Bluefins

Treeview Dolphins fall to Bluefins

Submitted By Andy Ng

Saturday, July 18, the Treeview Dolphins traveled to Newark Memorial High School to face the Newark Bluefins. The Southern Division champs Newark Bluefins prevailed with the final score 681-356.

For this meet, the Treeview swimmers choose the events that they swim. Most kids choose events that they did not swim much during the season. There were 88 season bests in this meet.

Notables Under 10: Tyler Blanch, Cynthia Chen, Namaroma Kathilu, Esther Maciel, Consuelo Martinez, Cimone Valteau, Merry D Wilson and William Wu.

Notables 11 & Up: Keith Bauer, Kayla Belich, Casey Clark, Justin Cox, Cameron Cruz, Jennifer Fuentes, Matthew Jelonek, Loni Matthew-Johnson, Andrea Lejarza, Cate Lopez, Heather Mullay, Bryan Omaque, Emily Omaque, Steph Pellegrini, Aaron Peter, Julia Roriz, Mayra Santoyo and Alyssa Stringer.

Then on Saturday evening, the Treeview Dolphins held their Family Fun night potluck at the Treeview Pool. The winners of the Doggy Paddle Relay were the Champs (Bryan Omaque, Casey Clark, Zack Nelson and Bobby Pellegrini); winners of the Family Relay were Azn Supremacy (Marcus and Matt Ng, Sam Stringer and Brandon); and the Belly Flop contest best floppers were Samira Mendoza for the 10 and under bracket, and Erica Bauer for 11 and up.

Treeview Dolphin swimmers, aged 5-18, are primarily located in the South Hayward and Union City areas but do have kids that come from Fremont, Oakland and San Leandro. If you are interested in our team, visit our Web site at for more information; to add your name to our e-mail list for the 2010 season, send an e-mail to

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