Stingray swimmers secure provincial spots

Chilliwack's Stingray Swim Club will be well represented at provincials, which start Aug. 15 in Kamloops.

The Chilliwack Stingrays Swim Club is sending a sizeable contingent to provincials, taking place Aug. 15-17 in Kamloops.

Swimmers qualified by placing top-three at a regional meet.

Megan Owens will try her luck in three individual events, qualifying in the 100 metre individual medley, 50m freestyle and 50m breaststroke.

She’ll compete on the division three girls medley relay alongside Sydney Owens, Mackenzie Campbell and Kennedy Campbell.

She’s with those same girls on the division three freestyle relay.

Mackenzie Campbell will swim the 100m IM, 50m freestyle, 50m backstroke and 100m freestyle. Kennedy Campbell will compete in the 50m freestyle and 100m freestyle. The 200m IM includes Catherine Janzen.

Sadie Sanve competes in the 50m and 100m flies, and she’s part of the division eight medley and freestyle relay teams with Kendal French, Brianna Trout and Sarah Sandberg.

French is competing in the 100m freestyle.

On the boys side, Lucas Santangelo has spots in the 200m IM, 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle and 50m fly.

Niall Johnson competes in the 50m backstroke and 100m freestyle.

The division five boys medley relay team consist of Keefer Sandve, Kwin Atleo, Rowan Quadling and Cole Woodruff, with Dominic Anderson taking Woodruff’s place in the freestyle relay.

The division seven medley relay team consists of Brett Woodske, Jaeden Munro, Linden Symons and Cameron Woodruff. Wesley Symons and Cole Woodruff replace Munro and Cameron Woodruff for the freestyle relay.

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