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.
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)
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