The Davis AquaStarz Synchronized Swimming Team is a non-profit group whose mission is to produce high caliber, goal oriented young people through a curriculum that emphasizes the development of technical, physical and mental ability, create movement to music and cooperative functioning as a team member.
Champs is July 21 & 22 at the Auburn pool. AquaStarz is undefeated this season making this a very exciting time for the team. Stay tuned for more info and results...
The Davis AquaStarz Synchronized Swimming Team won its first two dual meets on the season, including one against perennial champions Sunrise Swans, raising hopes that the team will continue to dominate.
During its June 13 meet held at Arroyo Pool, Davis beat Sunrise for the first time ever, sweeping the Novice ages 15-18 category and winning first in seven more of the 11 competitive categories.
Swimmers Emily Knighton, Elizabeth Rueda, Daryn Kuhlman, Eliana Ellenberger and Amelia Ziegler combined two win first through fifth places in the sweep in figures. First place ribbons also went to Audrey Portello in the 8 and under age group, to Mirielle Peauroi in the 9-10 group, and to Karla Estrada-Berlango in the 13-14 novice group. Estrada-Berlango and Knighton combined to claim first in the 13 and over duet category, followed by Kuhlman and Rueda in second.
Davis also swept the first five places in the Intermediate 15-16 age group category, with Madeleine Peauroi, Jessica Hughes, Emma Meads, Ellie Sperandio and Olivia Bristow figuring into the count. This age group had the highest number of competitors at the meet.
Other notable performanes placed Davis’ Alexander Wong in first and Anna Hollander in third in the Intermediate 17-18 age group and Tara Christensen and Tess Van Schoor, also of Davis, finished second and third, respectively in the 13-14 Intermediate age group.
Davis also sank the Rancho Cordova Cordettes during a meet held June 8 at Arroyo Pool. Davis also had a category sweep in that event, winning first-through sixth places in the Novice 9-10 age group. Winning swimmers were Mirielle Peauroi, Joanna Hughes, Molly Anderson, Daelin Johnson, Caroline Korinke and Amanda Soeth.
Claiming the first four places in the more-advanced Intermediate age 15-16 group were Davis’ Emma Meads, Madeleine Peauroi, Jessica Hughes and Clara Riggle. Peauroi also took first for her solo routine.
Tara Chistensen took first place for both her solo routine and for figures in the 13-14 Intermediate group, while Alexandra Wong was first, followed by Anna Hollander in second for 17-18 year olds.
Davis also took the first three spots in the Novice under 8 category, due to the efforts of Maya Beal, Audrey Portello and Emily Chapman. Samantha Diel and Olyessa Carter combined to win first and second places in the age 11-12 Novice group while Karla Estrada-Berlango’ figures earned her a first-place ribbon in the Novice 13-14 group and Amelia Ziegler and Eliana Ellenberger came in second and third among the Novices ages 15-18.