CYO Basketball

Boys-Fourth grade

CCOP 29, St. Joan of Arc 13: Catholic Community of Pleasanton boys basketball team defeated St. Joan of Arc on Jan. 20 and improved to 9-1 on the season. For CCOP, Ruairi Dwyer had a game-high 10 points, Nathan Shinn added eight, and brothers Austin Noval and Dylan Noval combined for seven. John Serrano and Cole Stedman both added two points. Nathan Shin, Andrew Delevaux and Dwyer played tenacious press defense, while Darius Skipper and Evan McConnaughy snagged multiple rebounds which led to fast break points.

Soccer

The West Coast Soccer Club sent five teams to the Mantec Football Club six-on-six Shootout Benefit Tournament on Jan. 12.

The event was a fundraiser for Riley Simmons, a nine-year old West Coast Soccer player who was diagnosed with brain cancer. It raised over $300 for her medical bills. Simmons, who was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma brain cancer on Dec. 4, is expected to make a full recovery after she completes 13 months of chemotherapy and radiation treatment at UCSF.

To donate to Riley's recovery fund, please go to http://www.gofundme.com/1n20sw?pc=fb_cr#description .

Swimming

The Pleasanton Seahawks had a great showing at the Pacific Swimming Junior Olympics Championships, hosted by the Morgan Hill Swim Club, Nov. 30-Dec. 2. PLS swimmers broke multiple records and achieved many new best times, including a new National Age Group Record for the boys (ages 11-12) 200 medley relay team of: Jonah Cooper, Tim Yao, Tyler Lu, and Christopher Jhong.


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Boys (13-14)

Nikolas Cory swam a new best time in the 100 breaststroke; Drew Kobayashi reached the finals in the 50 freestyle and achieved new best times in the 100 freestyle (new FW), 200 backstroke, 100 butterfly, and 200 IM; Regis LaChance reached the finals in the 200 IM; Jason Lau reached the finals in the 200 freestyle and the 100 and 200 butterfly; Michael Martin placed sixth in the 1650 freestyle and earned a new best time in the 200 backstroke. Dominic Rafie placed seventh in the 1650 free and earned a new best time in the 200 breaststroke. Jeffrey Tang reached the finals in the 100, 500, 1000 freestyle, 200 backstroke, and 200 IM; Michael Yao reached the finals in the 50 freestyle, and the 100 and 200 breaststroke; 200 freestyle relay team of: Yao, Kobayashi, Sproul, Lau finished in first place; 400 freestyle relay team: LaChance, Tang, Yao, Kobayashi finished second; 200 medley relay team of: LaChance, Yao, Sproul, Tang finished second.

Boys (11-12)

Jonah Cooper finished with four first place awards and four second place awards. Cooper finished 2nd. 50 freestyle (PRT), 1st. 100 freestyle (PRT), 2nd. 50 backstroke (PRT), 1st. 100 backstroke (PRT), 1st. 200 backstroke (PRT), 2nd. 50 butterfly (PRT), 2nd. 100 butterfly (PRT), 1st. 200 fly (PRT), 3rd. 100 IM (PRT); Pieter Cory reached the finals in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and had a new best time in the 50 backstroke. Christopher Jhong reached the finals in the 50 backstroke (PRT), 100 backstroke (PRT), 200 backstroke (PRT), 200 breaststroke (PRT), 100 butterfly (PRT), 200 IM (PRT), 400 IM (PRT); Wolfgang LaChance reached the finals in the 100 freestyle (FW), 500 freestyle, 50 backstroke (PRT), 100 butterfly (PRT), 1000 freestyle, and the 1650 (PRT); Tyler Lu reached the finals in the 50 freestyle (new PRT), 100 freestyle (new PRT), 50 backstroke (PRT), 50 butterfly (PRT), 100 butterfly (PRT), 200 butterfly (PRT), 100 and 200 IM (FW); Will Rose achieved a new FW time in the 1650 freestyle and new best times in the 200 free, 400 IM, 100 and 200 butterfly; Ben Sproul achieved new best times in the 100 butterfly, 100 and 400 IM; Timothy Yao reached the finals in the 50 breaststroke (PRT), 200 breaststroke (PRT) and had a new best time in the 100 IM; boys 200 freestyle relay team of: Cooper, Jhong, Lu, Yao finished in first.

Girls (13-14)

Sofia Barrera swam new best times in the 100 and 200 backstroke; Alexandra Hernandez swam new best times in the 100 and 200 backstroke; Shawn Kimswam had a new best time in the 200 freestyle; Ryane Skinner reached the finals in the 100 breaststroke (New PRT), 200 breaststroke (New PRT) and 200 IM (New FW). Skinner also had new best times in the 100 backstroke (New PRT) and 200 backstroke; Danielle Zacharias had new best times in seven events: 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle (New JO), 500 freestyle (New FW), 1000 freestyle (New PRT), 1650 freestyle (New PRT), 200 butterfly, and 400 IM.

Girls (11-12)

Amber Fornoles reached the finals in the 50 breaststroke (New PRT), 100 breast (PRT) and 200 breaststroke; Laurel Heckman improved her time in the 200 backstroke; Miranda Heckman had two first place finishes and one second place finish; Heckman reached the finals in the 50/100/200 freestyle (PRT), 500 freestyle (PRT, 2nd), 200 backstroke (New PRT), 200 butterfly (PRT), 400 IM (New PRT), 1000 freestyle (PRT, 1st), and the 1650 freestyle (PRT, 1st); Courtney Lau had best times in her 50/200 backstroke; Jennifer Lee had new best times in the 50/100 freestyle, 50/100 breaststroke, 50 butterfly and 100 IM; Paulina Umansky achieved new best times in her 50 backstroke, 50/100/200 breaststroke and 100 IM. Emma Valentine placed fifth and achieved her first PRT in the 1000 freestyle, she also achieved new best times in her 500/1650 freestyle. Nja Zuniga reached the finals in the 50 butterfly (New PRT), 100 butterfly (FW), 200 butterfly (New PRT), and achieved new best times in the 50 freestyle, 50/200 backstroke and 200 IM (New FW).

Girls (10U)

Grace Kim reached the finals in the 50 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 100/200 IM; Lara Serban reached the finals in 200 freestyle and had three new best times; Nicole Stiles reached the finals in the 100/200 freestyle, 50/100 backstroke, 50/100 butterfly, and the 100/200 IM; Claire Suen won the 500 freestyle and reached the finals in the 50/100 backstroke, 50/100/200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 100 and 200 IM. The 200 freestyle relay team of: Suen, Stiles, Serban and Kim finished first; the 200 medley relay team of: Stiles, Suen, Kim, and Serban placed second. Both relay teams also shattered previous team records.

Tumbling and Trampoline

Livermore's Springtime Tumbling and Trampoline kicked off the competitive season by hosting the Winter Warm-Up on Dec. 8.

Trampoline Boys (9-12)

Level 5: 1st. Nicholas Abrego 22.7; Level 6: 2nd. Ben Tomlin 20.0; Level 7: 1st. David Davisson 23.4, 2nd. Nick Francken 21.2, 3rd. Timothy Chan 20.0; Level 8: 1st. Nicolai Petersen 48.9, 2nd. Nicholas Chan 48.2, Connor Tomlin 48.2

Boys (11-12)

Level 10: 1st. Ruben Padilla 60.4

Boys (13 & over)

Level 8: 2nd. Jeremy Pigford 48.6; Level 10: 1st. Robathan Harries 54.4

Boys (15 & over)

Level 8: 1st. Emilio Lehmer 31.0

Girls (6-10)

Level 5: 1st. Dawn Powell 23.1, 2nd. Laura Jones 21.3; Level 6: 2nd. Megan Wong 24.0; 3rd. Emma Petersen 23.7; 4th. Jael Jones 19.9; Level 7: 2nd. Sabra Wilson 23.0

Girls (11-14)

Level 5: 3rd. Miranda Harries 21.7, 4th. Zoe Harries 20.7; Level 6: 1st. Camille Wong 23.4; Level 8: 1st. Kaitlyn Clevenger 52.2, 2nd. Rebecca Okmin 50.0, 4th. Alex Holland 44.4, 5th. Megan Contarciego 38.5; Level 9: 1st. Delaney Foote 55.5

Girls (15 & Over)

Level 8: 1st. Loren Couture 49.8, 2nd. Kendall Aasen 46.7

Double-Mini Boys (9-12)

Level 5: 1st. Nicholas Abrego 56.9, 4th. Ben Tomlin 51.6; Level 6: 1st. Timothy Chan 47.6; Level 7: 1st. Nicholas Chan 56.0, 2nd. Nick Francken 55.8, 3rd. Connor Tomlin 55.4; Level 8: 1st. David Davisson 59.2, 2nd. Nicolai Petersen 58.

Boys (11-12)

Level 10: 1st. Ruben Padilla 57.6

Boys (13 & Over)

Level 8: 1st. Jeremy Pigford 58.1; Level 9: 1st. Robathan Harries 62.0

Boys (15 & Over)

Level 8: 1st. Emilio Lehmer 57.4

Girls (6-10)

Level 5: 1st. Laura Jones 55.8, 2nd. Dawn Powell 55.6; Level 6: 1st. Megan Wong 56.0, 2nd. Jael Jones 54.5, 3rd. Emma Petersen 28.1; Level 7: 4th. Sabra Wilson 27.9

Girls (11-14)

Level 5: 1st. Zoe Harries 56.1, 4th. Miranda Harries 54.5; Level 6: 1st. Camille Wong 56.0; Level 8: 1st. Kaitlyn Clevenger 60.2, 2nd. Rebecca Okmin 59.6, 3rd. Alex Holland 58.0, 5th. Megan Contarciego 55.8; Level 9: 1st. Delaney Foote 62.0.

Girls (15 & Over)

Level 8: 1st. Kendall Aasen 58.9, 2nd. Loren Couture 57.2

Tumbling Boys (9-12)

Level 4: 1st. David Davisson 55.2, 2nd. Ben Tomlin 54.1, 5th. Timothy Chan 53.3, 7th. Nicholas Abrego 47.3; Level 5: 2nd. Nick Francken 51.0, 3rd. Nicholas Chan 49.7; Level 6: 1st. Nicolai Petersen 50.6; Level 7: 1st. Connor Tomlin 42.8

Boys (11-12)

Level 9: 1st. Ruben Padilla 54.9

Boys (13 & Over)

Level 6: 1st. Robathan Harries 49.8; Level 7: 1st. Jeremy Pigford 45.0

Boys (15 & Over)

Level 8: 1st. Emilio Lehmer 52.8

Girls (6-10)

Level 3: 4th. Laura Jones 49.9, 5th. Dawn Powell 42.2; Level 4: 1st. Jael Jones 53.9, 2nd. Emma Petersen 45.4; Level 5: 1st. Megan Wong 54.0, 2nd. Sabra Wilson 53.1.

Girls (11-14)

Level 3: 1st. Miranda Harries 52.9, 4th. Zoe Harries 49.8; Level 4: 3rd. Camille Wong 54.87; Level 6: 1st. Megan Contarciego 50.4; Level 8: 1st. Rebecca Okmin 55.7, 2nd. Delaney Foote 52.7; Level 9: 1st. Alex Holland 32.7

Girls (15 & Over)

Level 7: 1st. Loren Couture 48.5; Level 8: 1st. Kendall Aasen 47.