Hannah Marinovich Downs 100 BR Record as Clovis West Girls Claim CIF Central D-I Title

2023 CIF Central Section Division I Championships

  • May 3-6, 2023
  • Clovis West High School
    • Fresno, CA
  • SCY (25 yards)
  • PDF results
  • Results on MeetMobile: “2023 CIF CENTRAL SECTION D1 CHAMPIONSHIPS”

Clovis West junior Hannah Marinovich lowered her own 100 breast meet record with a 1:01.25 to power her squad past Clovis North for the CIF Central Section Division I title on Saturday.

The Tennessee commit took down her previous standard of 1:01.31 from prelims. Her best time heading into the meet was a 1:01.75 from March. Marinovich is just .11 seconds off the overall Central Section record of 1:01.14 set by Mallory Korenwinder back in 2014. She placed second in the event last year with a 1:03.39.

Marinovich also helped topple a meet record during Clovis West’s 200 medley relay, splitting 27.87 on the breaststroke leg. Hailey Marinovich (27.69), senior Abby Hill (25.14), and senior Julianne Snyder (23.49) rounded out the winning quartet, which totaled a 1:44.19 to take three-tenths off the previous meet record set by Clovis North last year.

The future is bright at Clovis West as the team’s other two individual champions were both freshmen. Sophia Oka-Fedder touched first in the 200 IM (2:04.21) and Audrey Hill triumphed in the 100 free (51.43). Both rookie standouts dropped over a second off their best times.

Clovis North (366) finished second behind Clovis West (432) in the girls’ team standings. Alexis Naranjo led Clovis North with a 200 free victory in 1:51.98. The junior dropped more than two seconds off her previous-best time from December (1:54.15).

Third-place Liberty got a huge performance out of freshman Sophia Munoz-Rodriguez, who captured individual titles in the 100 fly (55.65) and 100 back (57.06). She also led off Liberty’s 200 free relay with a 23.77 split to help the squad set a new meet record. Freshman Gracie Dean (24.25), junior Rylie Moxham (24.43), and sophomore Samara Moseley (23.18) joined Munoz-Rodriguez on the winning 200 free relay team. Moseley won the 50 free individual event with a 23.83, just .01 seconds off her best time from last May.

Fourth-place Buchanan boasted an individual champion courtesy of senior Olivia Sundgren in the 500 free (4:53.49).

Girls’ Team Scores

  1. Clovis West – 432
  2. Clovis North – 366
  3. Liberty – 234
  4. Buchanan – 177
  5. Righetti – 167

On the boys’ side, Clovis North senior Hayden Lambert was crowned champion in both the 200 free (1:39.69) and 500 free (4:30.88) to lead his squad to the team title. The UNLV commit dropped a few tenths off his previous-best 200 free time from last month.

Lambert’s teammate, Jonah Martorana, triumphed in the 100 free with a winning time of 45.82. Daniel Elwyn, a senior at runner-up San Luis Obispo, prevented a complete Clovis North sweep of the freestyle events with a 50 free victory in 21.29. Elwyn went a personal-best 21.10 to lead prelims.

Clovis North had another individual champion courtesy of sophomore Winston Liang, who touched first in the 100 breast with a 56.67. He was just a couple tenths off his best time from last month.

Other individual champions included Bakersfield Christian junior Talan Hickman in the 100 fly (49.52) and Arroyo Grande senior Jack Capra in the 200 IM (1:54.93). Hickman dropped over a second off his best time from February while Capra shaved more than two seconds off his previous best from February.

Boys’ Team Scores

  1. Clovis North – 365.5
  2. San Luis Obispo – 298.5
  3. Clovis West – 225.5
  4. Arroyo Grande – 218
  5. Paso Robles – 171

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9 months ago

Marinovich is a unique last name. She wouldn’t happen to have a very famous father would she?

James Beam
Reply to  ArtVanDeLegh10
9 months ago

and grandfather!

Old Bruin
Reply to  James Beam
9 months ago

Hold up. For real????

The Voice
Reply to  ArtVanDeLegh10
9 months ago

No relation to Todd if that is what you are inferring.

Reply to  The Voice
9 months ago

I believe it would be *implying*. you’re inferring

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