Thirty Castlegar Aquanauts took part in the swim meet in Grand Forks on Saturday.

Medals and personal bests for Aquanauts at Grand Forks meet

Grand Forks was a one-day B swimmer meet on Saturday. Thirty Aquanauts attended and swam very well, everyone either cashing in at least 1 best time or racing for their first time ever in four events (50 free, 50 fly, backstroke and breaststroke).

Grand Forks was a one-day B swimmer meet on Saturday. Thirty Aquanauts attended and swam very well, everyone either cashing in at least 1 best time or racing for their first time ever in four events (50 free, 50 fly, backstroke and breaststroke).

Personal bests and first-time swims by: Emily & Jeffrey Ashton, Claire & Kennedy Cartwright, Katie Clemans-Gibbon, Avery & Cayden Cooke, Sophie Jansen, Brianne & Caitlin Kellendonk, Hayley Kruk, Emma  & Ethan Lawczynksi, Kelsey & Troy Negreiff, Connor & Teague Salekin, Wren Shaman, Emilie & Rachel teBulte, Jessica Zwick, Hannah Coates, Hayden Dietrich, Dante Enewold-Deary, Jackson & Noah Ferraro, Blake Grantham, Lynden Hanvold, Douglas Johnstone, & Christopher Paulson.

Medals:

Division 1 girls – Claire Cartwright (bronze)

Division 1 boys – Ethan Lawczynski (bronze) & Lyden Hanvold (silver)

Division 2 girls – Emily Ashton (bronze) & Emma Lawczynski (gold)

Division 4 boys – Jeffrey Ashton (gold)

Division 5 girls – Rachel teBulte (gold)

Division 5 boys – Christopher Paulson (silver)

Division 6 girls – Kelsey Negreiff (bronze)

Division 6 boys – Douglas Johnstone (gold)

 

Team Points:

Creston Wave – 8

Nelson Neptunes – 126

Trail Stingrays – 271

Castlegar Aquanauts – 345

Colville Sharks – 347

Grand Forks Piranhas – 482

 

This weekend the Aquanauts will be heading to Trail, and the weekend after that are on our way over the pass to Creston.

 

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