Rowers from the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association brought home several medals at the Lake Stevens Spring Sprints in late April. From left are OPRA members Maria England, Calum Swinford, ZiTao Harper-Smith, Ella Ventura, Nathan Mishler, Zachary Gavin, Harrison Fulton, Brighton Nickolson, Tyler Turne and ZiGui Harper-Smith.

Rowers from the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association brought home several medals at the Lake Stevens Spring Sprints in late April. From left are OPRA members Maria England, Calum Swinford, ZiTao Harper-Smith, Ella Ventura, Nathan Mishler, Zachary Gavin, Harrison Fulton, Brighton Nickolson, Tyler Turne and ZiGui Harper-Smith.

ROWING: OPRA competitors bring home top medals from Lake Stevens

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