Dolphins host Bullhead today

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<br>
The Kingman Dolphins Swim Team held their annual Swim-a-Rama Tuesday at Centennial Pool as members of the team raised funds for the organization. The team wants to let parents know it’s not too late to get their kids involved with the team. Pictured here, Giancarlo Narvarte, 10, was scheduled for 200 laps at the Swim-a-Rama.

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<br> The Kingman Dolphins Swim Team held their annual Swim-a-Rama Tuesday at Centennial Pool as members of the team raised funds for the organization. The team wants to let parents know it’s not too late to get their kids involved with the team. Pictured here, Giancarlo Narvarte, 10, was scheduled for 200 laps at the Swim-a-Rama.

KINGMAN -The Kingman Dolphins host the Bullhead City Barracudas at 7 p.m. today at Centennial Pool after the Dolphins visited Bullhead Tuesday in the front-end of a two-day meet. Results from Tuesday were not available by press time.

The Dolphins came into the meet with 40 top-three finishes at the Bullhead City Invitational June 19-20. Alexis Bathauer led the girls in the 13-14-year-old division with four firsts, and Diego Narvarte (7-8) gave KDST five wins.

Bathauer won the 50-meter butterfly, backstroke and freestyle, and was first in the 100 individual medley. She also finished second in the 50 breaststroke.

Bryce Shuffler (7-8) had a second and third for the Dolphins. She was runner-up in the 25 butterfly as she dropped 1.41 seconds off of her personal best and showed in the 25 freestyle.

Chelsea Heitman (9-10) took off 2.12 seconds to place second in the 50 breaststroke in 51.75. Makayla Newberry (13-14) had a third for the Dolphins in the 50 backstroke, dropping 6.26 seconds for a time of 42.81.

Avery Moon (9-10) also placed third for KDST. She dropped 1.89 off her time in the 50 freestyle to finish in 41.68.

The rest of the KDST girls roster consisted of Tiara Bukaske, Schyler Eikenbary, Emerson Martin, Cara Moulder, Becca Ramirez, Shelia Ramirez, Sarah Schrade, Olivia Tribbett, Sydney Tribbett, Megan Victory, Rosanna Volk, Amy Webb and Kalyse Whitehead.

On the boys side, Narvarte led 20 Dolphins when he finished first in all five events he competed in. He won the 25 butterfly, backstroke, freestyle, breaststroke and the 100 IM. He dropped time in three of the events, including 2.34 seconds off his personal best in the IM with a time of 1:47.81.

Brady Cowin (9-10) took first in four of his events and was third in his fifth. Cowin won the 50 butterfly, backstroke and freestyle and the 100 IM. He was third in the 50 breaststroke.

Giancarlo Narvarte (11-12) finished first in the 50 butterfly, breaststroke and the 100 IM. He was second in the 50 backstroke and freestyle. He knocked off 4.14 seconds in the butterfly.

Patrick Webb (13-14) was the hard-luck Dolphin with five second-place finishes. He was runner-up in the 50 butterfly, backstroke, freestyle, breaststroke and the 100 IM.

Kael Juelfs (9-10) took first in the 50 breaststroke, second in the 50 freestyle and third in the 50 backstroke. Kael dropped time in four of his five swims.

Kade Juelfs (7-8) finished in the top three in all five of the events he swam, with a second in the 25 breaststroke, third in the 25 butterfly, backstroke, freestyle and the 100 IM.

Marco Narvarte (9-10) earned two thirds for KDST in the 50 butterfly and the 100 IM. He dropped 4.60 off his butterfly time with a finish of 42.73.

Other members of the Dolphins' boys team were Matthew Bathauer, Michael Bathauer, Logan Day, Dalton Fichter, Narcesse Fox, Rhett Hodges, Jacob Miyauchi, Garrett Newberry, Gabriel Otero, Karter Smith, Patrick Tribbett, Christopher Volk and Noah Weiler.