Barracudas defeat Grandview for third win

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  • Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Othello Barracuda Lillia Parrish looks over at her Grandview opponent at the finish line on Tueday at the Othello Pool.

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    Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Meg Mollotte powers forward for the Othello Barracudas in the 8 & under age group on Tuesday against Grandview Rotary Swim Team.

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    Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Carter Freeman swims in the 17-18 age group for the Othello Barracudas on Tuesday against the Grandview Rotary Swim Team

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    Casey McCarthy/Columbia Basin Herald Lillia Parrish competes for the Barracudas in the 11-12 backstroke on Tueday at the Othello Pool.

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    Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Danny Martinez swept his four solo events for the Othello Barracudas on Tuesday against Grandview Rotary Swim Team.

  • Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Othello Barracuda Lillia Parrish looks over at her Grandview opponent at the finish line on Tueday at the Othello Pool.

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    Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Meg Mollotte powers forward for the Othello Barracudas in the 8 & under age group on Tuesday against Grandview Rotary Swim Team.

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    Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Carter Freeman swims in the 17-18 age group for the Othello Barracudas on Tuesday against the Grandview Rotary Swim Team

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    Casey McCarthy/Columbia Basin Herald Lillia Parrish competes for the Barracudas in the 11-12 backstroke on Tueday at the Othello Pool.

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    Casey McCarthy/ Columbia Basin Herald Danny Martinez swept his four solo events for the Othello Barracudas on Tuesday against Grandview Rotary Swim Team.

OTHELLO — The Othello Barracudas summer swim team moved to 3-1 this year with a win against the Grandview Rotary Swim Team at home.

The Barracudas outscored their opponent 497-214 overall.

In girls’ competition, Othello won by a minor margin, 197-150. In the eight and under division, Blake Schutte finished top-two in all four solo events, finishing first in breaststroke and taking second in butterfly, freestyle and backstroke. Lillia Parrish finished first in freestyle and backstroke, while taking second in butterfly and breaststroke for the 11-12 division. Jedida Alvarez, in the 13-14 division, and Madisen Douglas in the15-16 swept all four solo events.

The Barracudas took a wider margin in the boys’ competition, outscoring Grandview 300-64. Mason Perez took first in both the butterfly and freestyle in the 11-12’s, while Martin Marroquin finished second in freestyle, breaststroke, and butterfly in the same group. Terrill Freeman swept the 13-14 solo events. Dallin Freeman took home first in the butterfly, breaststroke, and freestyle in the 15-16 group. Danny Martinez swept his solo events for the 17-18’s.

The Barracudas next meet is on the road as Othello faces off against Naches.

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