Neptunes in sync

Team competes at the 55th annual BCSSA provincial championships in Coquitlam

  • Aug. 21, 2013 11:00 a.m.

Haney Neptunes Jenna Krochak and Mary Rayvals perform in the beginner’s duets category at the provincial championships at Coquitlam’s City Centre Aquatic Complex.

The Haney Neptunes Synchronized Swim Team put the competition on notice as they swept the beginners Division 3 and under figures at the B.C. Summer Swimming Association provincial finals in Coquitlam.

Chantelle Coleman won gold with a score of 52.914 while teammates Katrina Stojcic captured silver with a 51.570 and Daniella Rabbai snagged a bronze with a 45.616.

Also in the beginners division, Uma Morant and Emma Waite of the Neptunes won gold in the beginner division 4 and over duet finals. The team lead after all three rounds, edging past Cresent Beach and the Coquitlam Sharks. The Neptunes also captured bronze in beginner Division 4 team finals.

In the beginners Division 3 and under figures, Neptunes’ Natalie Kratz won gold while teammate Waite collected her second medal, a bronze.

Natalie Pankratz won gold, while teammates.

In the O’Cat Division 4 and over, Chelsea Rogers and Lauren Dobishok of the Neptunes won gold. The team trailed after the opening round but a strong second and final rounds vaulted them to gold. In intermediate Division 4 and over, the Neptunes captured bronze in the team category.

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