Spartans speedy at SFU

The Spartan Swim Club sent 13 swimmers to the SFU Lower Mainland Swim Meet last weekend, where they competed against 200 other swimmers from around the province.

Carson Loeppky recorded the lone Spartan first, winning the 12-13 year old boys 50m fly.

He placed second in the 100m fly.

Other second place finishers were Jordyn Hryciw (11-and-under girls 50m breaststroke) and Nina Deacon (12-13 year old girls 50m freestyle).

Deacon added third place finishes in the 50m breaststroke and 100m backstroke.

Lucas Simpson (14 and over boys) finished third in the 200m backstroke.

Tommy DeGroot (14-and-over boys) placed third in the 50m breaststroke with Kila Hine (14 and over girls) earning double thirds in 100 and 200m flies.

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