Carys Rogers took home a bronze in the Division 1 Girls. (Photo: Jennifer Small)

Castlegar Aquanauts make a splash

Local swimmers shine at regional meet.

The Castlegar Aquanauts are rejoicing after winning a swim meet they hosted over the weekend.

Teams from across the region including Trail, Nelson, Grand Forks, Kimberley, Creston and Colville participated in the event.

A number of local swimmers took medals from the meet.

Div 1 Girls

Ayla Hartland – Silver

Carys Rodgers – Bronze

Div 3 Girls

Anais Brazeau – Silver

OCat 1 Girls

Harmony Girard – Silver

Ella Girard – Gold

Div 5 Girls

Avery Cooke – Silver

Div 5 Boys

Andrew Seredynsky – Silver

Div 6 Girls

Claire Cartwright – Gold

Div 6 Boys

Caiden Cooke – Bronze

Bryce Anderson – Silver

Ethan Lawczynski – Gold

OCat 2 Boys

Ethan Marshall – Silver

James Marshall – Gold

Div 8 Women

Tenysha Ross-Van Mierlo – Gold

Div 8 Men

Adam Rodgers – Bronze

 

Claire Cartwright took home gold in the Division 6 Girls category. (Photo: Jennifer Small)

Grady Rogers was ready to leap into the competition. (Photo: Jennifer Small)

Tenysha Ross-Van Mierio took home gold in the Division 8 Women’s category. (Photo: Jennifer Small)

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