Division 1 boys relay team (left to right): Lynden Hanvold

Aquanauts hold onto second

There were 42 Aquanauts who competed in Creston over the weekend to help the team to second overall behind Trail, again.

There were 42 Aquanauts who competed in Creston over the weekend to help the team to second overall behind Trail, again.

Of those who attended, best times were achieved by: Emily Ashton, Sierra Buchanan, Claire & Kenna Cartwright, Cherie & Lynden Hanvold, Genevieve Jin, Jannabella & Jaleb Keus, Hayley Kruk, Emma, Ethan, Peter & Paulette Lawczynski, Cyan & Tenysha Ross-Van Mierlo, Connor, Wayne & Teague Salekin, Emilie & Rachael teBulte, Bryce, Corbin & Ron Anderson, Reid & Van Bellamy, Cayden & Timm Cooke, Troy Negreiff, Carson & Logan Ogloff, Christopher Paulson, Eric & James Pilla.

 

Medals:

Div. 1 girls: Claire Cartwright (bronze)

Div. 1 boys: Lynden Hanvold (bronze)

Div. 2 girls: Emma Lawczynski (silver)

Div. 2 boys: Reid Bellamy (silver)

Div. 3 boys: Eric Pilla (bronze)

Div. 4 boys: Jeffrey Ashton (bronze)

Div. 6 girls: Sera Welychko (silver)

Div. 6 boys: James Pilla (gold)

Div. 8 girls: Genevieve Jin (silver)

Div. 8 boys: Mitchell Bourne (gold)

O Cat 1 girls: Tenysha Ross-Van Mierlo (gold), Cyan Ross-Van Mierlo (silver)

 

Team Standings:

Colville Sharks – 80 points

Grand Forks Piranhas – 169 points

Nelson Neptunes – 227 points

Creston Wave – 323 points

Kimberley Seahorses – 395 points

Castlegar Aquanauts – 575 points

Trail Stingrays – 668 points

 

This weekend some swimmers are going to attend the Ogopogo swim meet in Kelowna, but most of the Aquanauts won’t be swimming again until Colville July 9 and 10.

The team’s home meet will take palce July 16 and 17.

/Submitted by the Castlegar Aquanauts

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