Swim club competes in Prince George

Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club finishes with top overall score for the weekend

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PRASC sprint meet results

Swimmers from the Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club made the trip to Prince George to participate in the Prince George Barracudas Medical Northern Sprint meet from Nov. 17-19.

Twelve PRASC athletes competed in Prince George, accumulating a top team score of 5,967 points, good for first place overall.

Sixteen-year-old Zach Dolan won the 50m backstroke and 100-metre freestyle races. He also placed second in the 50-metre freestyle race and third in the 100-metre backstroke and individual medley races. Sixteen-year-old Kobi Franes place second in the 50-metre and 200-metre backstroke and the 400-metre freestyle races.

Fifteen-year-old Warren Barton won the 50-metre butterfly race, came second in the 200-metre butterfly race and was third in the 200-metre freestyle and 200-metre backstroke races. Barton also won bronze for total points score for the 15 and over boys category. Fifteen-year-old Lauryn Fontaine achieved her first ManSask “A” qualifying time with a 00:00:36.43 in the 50-metre butterfly. Fifteen-year-old Hannah Toye finished third in the 50-metre backstroke.

Fourteen-year-old Issac Dolan won the 50-metre backstroke, came third in the 200-metre backstroke, 200-metre freestyle and the 400-metre individual medley events.

Thirteen-year-old Piper McWilliams placed third in the 50-metre backstroke race.

Twelve-year-old Natalie DeMille won the 50-metre, 100-metre and 200-metre freestyle as well as the 50-metre backstroke. She came second in the 100-metre and 200-metre backstroke as well as the 400-metre freestyle. DeMille also came third in the 100-metre fly. Twelve-year-old Jakob Hall won the 50-metre breaststroke and the 200-metre freestyle races, and came second in the 200-metre and 400-metre individual medley and the 200-metre breaststroke. He also won bronze aggregate in the 11-12 boys age group. Twelve-year-old Josh Joubert came second in the 50-metre backstroke. He also achieved his first ManSask “A” qualifying times in the 100-metre freestyle and the 50-metre freestyle.

Nine-year-old Peter Joubert came third in the 50-metre butterfly and the 100-metre individual medley.

Rampage on the road

The Prince Rupert Rampage are on the road on Dec. 2 and 3 where they will play the Quesnel Kangaroos and the Williams Lake Stampeders in a back-to-back set.

The Rampage lost to Terrace on Nov. 25.

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