From left, Harper McGuire and Ella Schulz, members of the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association, took fourth in the two-person boat race at Bainbridge Island this weekend. McGuire also finished second in a solo race, while Schulz took third. (Courtesy photo)

From left, Harper McGuire and Ella Schulz, members of the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association, took fourth in the two-person boat race at Bainbridge Island this weekend. McGuire also finished second in a solo race, while Schulz took third. (Courtesy photo)

ROWING: OPRA returns to competition

Peninsula Daily News

BAINBRIDGE — The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association traveled this past Saturday to its first race since late 2019 on Bainbridge Island.

The team is under new coaching by Courtnie Hutchinson.

Harper McGuire took second place in the girls single-person, while Ella Schulz took third.

Brenna Murphy took fourth in her first-ever race in the girls’ novice race.

Schulz and McGuire also took fourth in the two-person boat race.

OPRA rowers will travel to the USRowing Northwest Youth Championships May 21-23 in Vancouver.

From left, Harper McGuire, Ella Schulz, Courtnie Hutchinson and Brenna Murphy of the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association celebrate their races in Bainbridge this weekend. (Courtesy photo)

From left, Harper McGuire, Ella Schulz, Courtnie Hutchinson and Brenna Murphy of the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association celebrate their races in Bainbridge this weekend. (Courtesy photo)

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