The Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre was crowded last weekend as the QAC first home meet began.

The Quesnel Aquatic Club dominates at home meet

The Quesnel Aquatic Club (QAC) hosted a successful home meet June 14 – 15.

The Quesnel Aquatic Club (QAC) hosted a successful home meet June 14 – 15.

There were 103 swimmers in attendance travelling in from Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Mackenzie and Prince George.

Though it was the Quesnel SeaLions that let the meet victorious, swimming for a total of 668 points.

Second place went to Prince George, with swimmers achieving 535 points.

For division 1 girls, Natalie Bergeron swam into first place with 35 points and plunging into the waters, earning 20, points was third place winner Ava McGillivray.

For the boys, Crosby Wolfe’s 10 points earned him third place in division 1.

First place for the boys in division 2 went to Shawn Fisher with a

total of 35 points, with fellow SeaLion Owen Larson swimming to achieve 32 points earning him second place.

In division 2 for the girls, Taylor McGillivray took to the water swimming for second place with 28 points, with third place going to Madison Nixon with 19 points.

The Quesnel SeaLions dominated girls division 3 with Audrey Jesperson diving into first place with 30 points.

Second place went to Lucy Jesperson with 29 points and swimming in for a total of 25 points was third place winner Lauren Pastachak.

Olivia Crocker’s tireless efforts in the girls division 4 earned her first place with 38 points, with second place went to Megan Pastachak swimming in for 33 points.

For the boys division 4, with a total of 31 points second place was awarded to Dawson McGillivray

Second place winner for the girls division 5, with a total of 34 points, was Sarah Milligan.

In girls division 6, swimming to finish the competition with a total of 37 points was second place winner Baylee McGillivray.

Due to their year round training with the Quesnel Waveriders, four QAC swimmers were competing in the “O” category.

First place in “O” category 1 for girls went to Boroka Peter, diving in for a total of 42 points.

Seth Reddermann jetted through the waters for the boys “O” category 1 achieving second place with a grand total of 24 points.

In girls “O” category 2, swimming to first with 45 points was Natasha Hanson.

This accomplished  swimmer will be attending the ‘AA’ meet for winter swimming in Kamloops June 20 – 21.

Finishing the meet with a total of 30 points in the “O” category 2 boys division was second place winner Sonny Cervienka.

The QAC welcomed their 10 swimmers in the six-year and under swimmers for the ‘pups’ race.

This was the first meet for ‘pups’ Gizelle McDonald, Liv Boudreau, Michaela Ketter, Aubrey Williams, Olivia Williams, Petra Peters, Bailey Peel, Norah Cameron, Hunter Williams and Draydon Lee.

The SeaLions dive into the waters in Kamloops to compete in their next meet July 5 – 6.

 

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