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White Rock Rowing team celebrates record-breaking wins at 2023 USRowing Central Youth Championships

 

 

White Rock Rowing Breaks Record at Central Youth Championships, Winning Overall Team and Men’s Points Trophies

Dallas-based junior rowing club wins points trophies for overall team and men’s points, heading straight to nationals

 

DALLAS, TX – White Rock Rowingthe only Dallas rowing club to hold multiple national youth championship trophies (2014, 2021), took the USRowing Central Youth Rowing Championships by storm. During the two-day championship May 6-7 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, junior athletes achieved a first for the club by securing the overall team and men’s points trophies.

The regional championships is one of the largest regattas in the central region, attracting junior crews from Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Throughout the event, rowers race in a variety of categories to get to the final event races, which determine national championship qualification.

White Rock Rowing competed in 21 events, winning gold in six and silver in two.

“The White Rock Rowing crew has had an outstanding racing season so far, and the Central Youth Rowing Championships was no exception! It’s just another example of how disciplined and dedicated our athletes and coaches are,” said Sue Ellen Chambers, president of the White Rock Boathouse, Inc. – the nonprofit that manages White Rock Boathouse and White Rock Rowing. “The athletes and coaches have worked incredibly hard this season, and it is the best reward to see it pay off at championships. We plan on carrying that work ethic and focus forward as we continue preparing for nationals in June.”

2023 USRowing Central Youth Championships | White Rock Rowing Results:

Men’s U19 8+

-          Gold: Hunter Howard, Luke McCavit, Demir Yildirm, Lucas Cooper, Kian McLaughlin, Will Kennedy, Jett Fenlaw, Joe Moler and (coxswain) Chloe Moore

Men’s U17 8+ A

-          Gold: Zaphney Wooldridge, Andrew Moyer, Hugo Cortez, Rohan Nijhawan, Connor Seifert, Lucas Davisson, Micah Spooner, Andrew Delgado and (coxswain) Graham Witherel

Men’s JV 8+ A

-          Fourth Place: Levi Bowman, Surya Jalapati, Peter Reynolds, Xavier Lewis, Owen Kisner, Juan Huerta, Micah Spooner, William Stanley and (coxswain) Marina Guandolo

Men’s JV 8+ B

-          Sixth Place: Jake Berend, Owen LaFleur, Kohan Love-Jones, Andrew Daggett, Nadim Hraibi, Pierce Madden, Aiden Downum, Jackson McNeill and (coxswain) Graham Witherel

Men’s U16 8+ A

-          Gold: Zaphney Wooldridge, Andrew Moyer, Boston Lewis, Sam Kennedy, Zachary Seidel, Luca Tristan, Harper LeFleur, Tate Buckland and (coxswain) Chase Miller

Men’s U17 4+ A

-          Fourth Place: Hugo Cortez, Rohan Nijhawan, Connor Seifert, Lucas Davisson and (coxswain) Graham Witherel

  Men’s U17 4+ B

-          Fifth Place: Nadim Hraibi, Aiden Downum , Andrew Delgado, Jackson McNeill and (coxswain) Finlay Presson-Hayter

Men’s U19 4+ B

-          Sixth Place: Levi Bowman, Surya Jalapati, Peter Reynolds, Juan Huerta and (coxswain) Anjali Pamurthy

Men’s U19 4-

-          Fourth Place: Owen Kisner, Andrew Daggett, Xavier Lewis and (coxswain) Will Stanley

Men’s U19 4+ A

-          Gold: Hunter Howard, Luke McCavit, Demir Yildirm, Will Kennedy and (coxswain) Chloe Moore

Men’s 2-

-          Fourth Place: Lucas Cooper and Jett Fenlaw

 

 Women’s Youth 4+ A

-          Gold: Bella Cooper, Katherine Adams, Hathaway Espaillat, Naomi Geiger (coxswain) Marina Guandolo

Women’s Youth 8+

-          Sixth Place: Amber Szczepkowski, Renee Powell, Bella Cooper, Holland Feeney, Linnea Roberts, Katherine Adams, Hathaway Espaillat, Naomi Geiger and (coxswain) Anjali Pamurthy

Women’s U15 4x+

-          Gold: Marley Hansen, Trisha Mitra, Trinity Adams, London Ezell and (coxswain) Emmaline Pampel

Women’s Youth 4+ B

-          Tenth: Jillian Gay, Vivian Gay, Camilla Rosour, Sidney Bailey and (coxswain) Emma Moseley

Women’s U17 8+

-          Silver: Josephine Airitam, Leah Jones, Ava Moyer, Emerson Donahue, Cordelia Bowden, Addison Homes, Charlotte Bohannon, Kenna Rosenthal and (coxswain) Maggie Harlow

Women’s U16 8+

-          Silver: Trinity Adams, Marley Hansen, Vivian Gay, Naomi Ferguson, Katherine Reed, Celeste Bakos, Stirling Moyse, London Ezell and (coxswain) Emmaline Pampel

Women’s Youth 2V 8+

-          Eighth: Kora VanDenBerg, Charlotte Williams, Josie Airitam, Leah Jones, Amy Machado, Jade Libson, Ava Moyer, Hannah Grauel and (coxswain) Trinity dePrisco

Women’s U17 4+

-          Fourth: Cordelia Bowden, Addison Holmes, Charlotte Bohannon, Kenna Rosenthal and (coxswain) Maggie Harlow

Women’s U17 4+

-          Eleventh: Bella Castaneda, Caroline Fenlaw, Sidney Bailey, Katherine Reed and (coxswain) Trinity dePrisco

Women’s Youth Novice 8+

-          Fourth: Kathryn Moyse, Kora VanDenBerg, Trisha Mitra, Celeste Bakos, Bella Castaneda, Caroline Fenlaw, Amy Machado, Hannah Grauel and (coxswain) Margaret Reidy

 

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About White Rock Rowing

White Rock Rowing is the premier rowing destination in North Texas for youth and adults, featuring multiple national championship titles, elite training and the largest boathouse in the state. It proudly invests in Dallas youth by teaching them life skills including teamwork, perseverance, leadership and self-discipline, while also providing equal rowing opportunities through financial aid regardless of a rower’s financial status or background. White Rock Rowing is housed under White Rock Boathouse, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that partners with the City of Dallas Parks and Recreation Department to steward and use city property to bring recreational fun to Dallas residents. Learn more by visiting whiterockrowing.org.

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