Ramblers swimmers golden at provincial championships

The Maple Ridge secondary swim team made a splash at the provincial championships over the weekend.

The Maple Ridge secondary swim team made a splash at the provincial championships over the weekend.

The Ramblers girls relay team of Megan Neale, Arianne Yeo, Ava Morrant and Rebecca Todd won gold in both the medley and free relays. That was a repeat of the team’s wins from last year, and they broke their own record in the medley relay.

Morrant also finished a respectable seventh in the 100m IM event, and Arianne Yeo took fifth in the 50m freestyle and won bronze in the 100m freestyle.

Meghan Pankratz also won a bronze medal in her category for synchronized swimming.

 

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