Falcon swimmers shine at provincials

The Sardis Falcons traveled to Kamloops to compete against BC's best at the high school provincial championships.

The Sardis Falcons turned in the best performance in the school’s swim-team history, producing three top-10 finishes at provincials.

The year-end meet was held Nov. 13-14 in Kamloops.

Grade 11 swimmer Nadia Strelioff led the locals with a fifth place finish in the 100 metre breaststroke and a seventh place showing in the 200m individual medley.

Wyatt Hine (Grade 10) placed eighth in the 100m breaststroke, 12th in the 100m freestyle and 13th in the 100m butterfly.

Carlos Enciso (Grade 11) was 13th in the 100m breaststroke and 14th in the 50m freestyle.Jordyn Hryciw (Grade 11) finished 14th in the 200m IM.

The Falcons had two relay teams competing.

The mixed team of Enciso, Strelioff, Hryciw and Hine placed ninth.

The girls team of Strelioff, Hryciw, Kianna Folk and Jolissa Burchart finished 11th.

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