Nevaeh Serna swims during the 2021 NNA Silver State Championships in Reno.
Nevaeh Serna swims during the 2021 NNA Silver State Championships in Reno.
The Battle Mountain swim team concluded its season at Idlewild Pool in Reno at the 2021 NNA Silver State Championships, which was held July 16-18.

There were 30 teams and 401 swimmers from California and Nevada. The finals on July 18, were canceled due to air quality.

Susie Thompson finished fourth in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 38.25, a 14.44 second improvement. She placed 16th in the girls 200 individual medley with a time of 3 minutes, 37.13 seconds, a .24 second improvement. She placed 15th in the 100-meter breaststroke at 2:01.47 and 21st in the 100-meter freestyle (1:33.40). 

Nevaeh Serna was third in the 100-meter backstroke, as she took off nearly 24 seconds to have a time of 1:36.98. She was fourth in the 100-meter freestyle at 1:25.89 and ninth in the 50-meter backstroke at 54.33, a 16.88 second improvement.

Serna was fifth in the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 3:29.71, a 6.79 second improvement. The young swimmer placed eighth in the 100-meter breaststroke at 1:59.49, three second better than her previous best time.

Serna was fourth in the 200-meters with a time of 3:03.21 and seventh in the 50-meter backstroke (47.43), a 12.53 second improvement.

Piper Linnenbringer was 23rd in the 50-meter butterfly at 1:20.47, 26th in the 50-meter freestyle (56.03) and 28th in the 100-meter freestyle (2:14.96).

Mckenzie Linnenbringer placed 24th in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 2:06.28, a 3.50 second improvement. She was 29th in the in the 50-meter freestyle (59.86) and 24th in the 50-meter backstroke (1:33.49).

Zayne Hall took off six seconds in the 100-meter backstroke to finish seventh in a time of 1:21.06 and he was fifth in the 50-meter freestyle (28.7), taking off nearly 14 seconds.

Hall was fifth in the 200-meter backstroke in a time of 2:54.37, a 15.21 improvement and ninth in the 200-meter freestyle at 2:39.09, a 9.41 second improvement.

Hall placed fourth in the 100-meter breaststroke at 1:31.18, a 15.59 second improvement and he was sixth in the 100-meter freestyle at 1:05.09, three seconds better than his previous best.

He took off nearly 14 seconds off in the 100-meter butterfly to place sixth at 1:23.13 and he chopped off 20 seconds in the 200-meter individual medley to place third at stop the watch at 2:47.36.

Saige Bakker was 15th in the 200-meter freestyle with a time of 4:35.67, 17th in the 100-meter backstroke (2:11.55), 22ns in the 50-meter butterfly (1:19.49), 24th in the 50-meter backstroke (1:04.56), 29th in the 100-meter freestyle (2:15.02) and 37th in the 50-meter freestyle (1:06.02).

Daxon Bakker was 10th in the 100-meter backstroke at 2:38.61 and 11th in the 200-meter freestyle (4:03.74). He was seventh in the 100-meter backstroke at 2:04.58, 12th in the 100-meter backstroke (2:04.58) and 13th in the 50-meter freestyle (48.21).