In July, Sarasota Crew traveled to Indianapolis to participate in the U.S. Club National Championships and brought home four gold medals and one bronze medal.
This month, the team traveled to St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, to row in the 129th Royal Canadian Henley Regatta, where the team picked up four gold medals.
Gold medals were won at the U.S. Club National Championships in the following categories: Men’s Junior B single, rowed by Travis Taaffe; Men’s Junior A quad, rowed by Taaffe, Ryan Anderson, Carson Green and Victor Tarra; and Women’s Intermediate Double and Women’s Senior Double, rowed by Carli Goldberg and Cara Linenkohl.
Gold medals were won at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in: Women’s Under 23 Double, rowed by Goldberg and Linenkohl; Men’s Under 17 Single rowed by Taaffe; Women’s Senior Double rowed by Linenkohl and Meghan O’Leary; and Women’s Senior Quad by Goldberg, Anna Kobayashi, O’Leary and Linenkoh
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Making her mark
Booker High junior guard Yamaris Guevarez scored the 1,000th point of her career in the third quarter versus North Port Nov. 24.