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Langley Wildthings Battle in Nailbiter

Wildthings, Cardinal Hill Go Stroke for Stroke in second meet of the season
Wildthings, Cardinal Hill Go Stroke for Stroke in second meet of the season

Langley Wildthings, Cardinal Hill Cardinals Fight to the Finish

 

(June 28, 2014)  In a fiercely competitive battle that wasn’t decided until the last relay, the Langley Wildthings rivaled Cardinal Hill, only to lose in the final event. The final score was 213-207, Cardinal Hill. The Wildthings took first place in 19 of 39 events, including five sweeps.

 

Double blue ribbons went to:

 

Brady Quinn - Boys 8 & Under 25 Meter Backstroke and Boys 8 & Under 25 Meter Butterfly

Ellie Ryan - Girls 11-12 50 SC Meter Freestyle and Girls 11-12 50 SC Meter Breaststroke

Adair Sand - Girls 13-14 50 SC Meter Backstroke and Girls 11-12 50 SC Meter Butterfly

Jack Hoeymans - Boys 11-12 50 SC Meter Breaststroke and Boys 11-12 50 SC Meter Butterfly

Audrey Wallach - Girls 13-14 50 SC Meter Breaststroke and Girls 13-14 50 SC Meter Butterfly

Individual first place ribbons were earned by:

Colin Walter - Boys 8 & Under 25 SC Meter Freestyle

Muriel Wallach - Girls 8 & Under 25 SC Meter Freestyle

Kate Walter - Girls 9-10 50 SC Meter Backstroke

Izzy Schone - Girls 11-12 50 SC Meter Backstroke

Evan Poulos - Boys 8 & Under 25 SC Meter Breaststroke

Zoe Myslewicz - Girls 8 & Under 25 SC Meter Breaststroke

Liliana Schone - Girls 9-10 50 SC Meter Breaststroke

Marine Watson - Girls 8 & Under 25 SC Meter Butterfly

Nathalie Schmanske - Girls 9-10 25 SC Meter Butterfly

The blue ribbon relay teams were:

Brady Quinn, Beckett Collins, Conor Farah, Colin Walter: Boys 8 & Under 100 Meter Freestyle

Muriel Wallach, Margit Crittenberger, Tessa Jones, Gabriella Sanchez: Girls 8 & Under 100 Meter Freestyle

Kate Walter, Liliana Schone, Nathalie Schmanske, Helena Swaak: Girls 9-10 100 SC Meter Medley

Izzy Schone, Audrey Wallach, Kate Williams, Karissa Smith: Girls 11-12 100 SC Meter Medley

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