Small Stingray contingent nets big results

The Greater Trail Stingrays had a minimal crew but achieved maximum results at the weekend’s meet in Creston.

The Greater Trail Stingrays had a minimal crew but achieved maximum results at the weekend’s meet in Creston.

With only seven swimmers making the trek, the Stingrays still managed to win four aggregate medals.

“Our team broke three meet records over the weekend,” said coach Samme Beatson. “Diego Greenwood beat his own record from last year in the 100m backstroke by five seconds with a time of one minute and 8.3 seconds.”

Not to be outdone, coach Beatson topped her own meet record in the 100m and 50m butterfly races by one second in each event.

Greenwood placed first in Div. 5 and Maddy Fraser placed third in Div. 3

Kayla Fraser, a participating TRAX swimmer, placed first in Open Category 2 and Beatson was second in Div. 8.

The coach added Ellie Knox, Avery Zanussi and Logan Blair all posted personal best times in all of their weekend races.

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