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Zane Booth Leads Charge for Santa Barbara City Guards at California Championships

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Santa Barbara City Lifeguard Zane Booth had big day at the California Surf Lifesaving Association Championships on Saturday at Carpinteria City Beach, winning three individual events and helping a relay team to a title.

Booth, a recent graduate of Dos Pueblos High, won the Under-19 Ironman title and took top honors in the U19 Run Swim Run and Board Race and was a member of the first-place U19 Rescue Relay. His teammates were Andrea Bish, Brittney Gamble and Jake Ballantine.

Booth also placed well in Men’s Open Division events, competing against top lifeguards from throughout the state. He took second place in the Open Ironman and the Board Race, and placed fourth in the Surf Race, Board Rescue and Taplin Relay. The relay team consisted of Greg Robinson, Miles Gaitan and Jack McKenna.
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Swimming: Tritons take third, collect 14 gold medals at MVSL championships

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The Tracy Tritons finished as the No. 3 team in the Mid-Valley Swim League at Saturday’s championship meet at California State University, Stanislaus in Turlock.

The Tritons had a team score of 936, behind the Ripon Sea Lions (1,287), champions of the MVSL, and the second-place Discovery Bay River Otters (1,148).

The Tritons collected 14 gold medals, including three each for Brielle Mullikin, 9-10 girls, and Lela Ziller, 13-14 girls.

Brielle completed a sweep of her individual events with wins in the 100-yard freestyle (1:09.56), 50 backstroke (34.93) and 50 breaststroke (39.34), and she was also a member of the Tritons’ first-place 200 medley relay team (2:27.31) along with Cindy Nguyen, Amandataylor Morelos and Beatrice Wood.
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Swimming: Triton girls bring strong performances against Ripon

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The Tracy Tritons girls showed their strength at the final regular-season meet of the Mid-Valley Swim League season at Ripon High on Saturday.

The Ripon Sea Lions were the top team with an overall score of 1,828 to the Tritons’ 1,682.

The Triton girls had multiple winners in six of the seven age groups, including five each in the 13-14 and 17-18 divisions.

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