Sylvan Lake Nauticals place well in home meet

The Sylvan Lake Nauticals hosted the Tim Horton’s Invitational Swim meet on Oct. 25.


The Sylvan Lake Nauticals hosted the Tim Horton’s Invitational Swim meet on Oct. 25. The Sylvan Lake swim club had 31 swimmers participating, ranging from the age of seven to the age of 15.

It was a great meet and everyone from the team placed in the top six in at least one of their races.

The swimmers representing the club were: Megan Abram (12), Noah Andrews (13), Abbigail Bahler (8), Isaac Bahler (10), Reelan Baker (8), Shelby-Lynn Battenfelder (10), Molly Cocks (11), Zoe DeJonge (11), Sophie Ewanchuk (8), Justice Fancie (12), Capri Fraser (9), Matthew Gauthier (15), Tyler Gauthier (15), Nicholas Hellrud (14), Sydney Hovdestad (12), Kacey Joseph (14), Breckyn Lagoutte (9), Travis Lorenz (8), Taylor Lunde (11), Sarah McClelland (10), Elizabeth Moore (13), Nicholas Moore (13), Crystal Munroe (10), Kierra Olineck (9), Paige Olmstead (15), Taylor Pangracs (12), Mackenzie Siemens (11), Brielle Simmont (8), Pierce Smith (7), Stephanie Vetter (12) and Zackerey Zoerb (10).

All of the swimmers had a great day of swimming and brought their ‘A’ game to the pool.

Congratulations to them for their outstanding participation. We look forward to the upcoming season.


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