The first-place Mixed 200 Metre Freestyle Relay team of (top) Jacob Wallach

Strong meet for RSS Swim Team

RSS had an impressive showing at the Okanagan Valley High School Swim Meet over the weekend, finishing second overall.

The Revelstoke Secondary School had an impressive showing at the Okanagan Valley High School Swim Meet over the weekend, finishing second overall.

Swimmer Emily Pfeiffer finished first in all four of her individual events (100 IM, 50 Free, 50 Fly) in addition to wins in other team events.

The swimmers also put together a series of first-place finishes in relay events.

Stefanie Wallach, Gina Cinelli, Hanna Thomson and Jayda Park took first in the Short-Course 200-metre Medley.

Megan Evans, Brittany Evans, Jayda Park and Stefanie Wallach won the girls 400-metre Short-Course  Freestyle Medley.

A team consisting of Jacob Wallach, Bryce Molder, Liam McCabe and Josh Rota placed first in the Boys 400 Short Course Freestyle Medley.

Jordan Cwikula, Gina Cinelli, Bryce Molder and Jayda Park finished first in the mixed 200-metre Short-Course Medley.

Emily Pfeiffer, Hanna Thomson, Jacob Wallach and Liam McCabe took first in the mixed 200-metre Short Course Freestyle Relay.

 

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