Swim win for Sardis Falcons at Fraser Valley meet

Anna Dumont-Belanger and Kara Wismer were part of a historic outing for the Falcon swimmers.

Sardis secondary school made history at the Fraser Valley Regional Meet, held Oct. 26 at the Surrey Sports and Leisure complex in Fleetwood.

Eighteen Falcons made the trip and seven girls combined forces to capture the school’s first ever team banner.

Anna Dumont-Belanger, Kara Wismer, Kendal French, Sadie Sandve, Brianna Trout, Olivia Nicol and Aly Leblanc won the senior girls aggregate championship.

Dumont-Belanger and Wismer joined Wyatt Hine and Rastik Ember, finishing second in the mixed 200 metre medley relay.

Both girls are seeded in the top eight heading into provincials, which run Nov. 17-18 in Richmond.

Sardis will send 13 swimmers to the year-end meet.

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