Last Ravensong meet of the year

Parksville Qualicum Beach athletes take top ten finishes

Tyson Taylor

sports@pqbnews.com

The Christmas cracker swim meet took place in Victoria Dec. 6 – 8 and several members of the Ravensong Breakers placed well in a variety of categories.

Haley Bennett, 14, had six finishes in the top 10, with a first place finish coming in the 800 Free event for 13-14 year olds. Sixteen-year-old Richelle Bruyckere finished sixth in the female 15 and over 400 Individual Medley.

In the 12 and under category, both male and female, Jack Confortin had four finishes in the top 10, his best finish at the meet coming in the 400 Freestyle where he placed second. Hana Edwards also had a top 10 finish, coming in eighth in the 400 Individual Medley.

Maran Kokoszka had two finishes in the top 10 with a second coming in the female 15 and over 100m Backstroke and a seventh place finish in the 800m Freestyle. Ten-year-old Sophie Lorette had four finishes within the top 10 as well, her best on the day coming in third during the Female 12 and under 200m Butterfly.

Thirteen-year-old Joanna Redenbach had four finishes all in the top three, coming in third for the Female 13 – 14 100m Butterfly and finishing second in the 50m Butterfly, the 100m Freestyle, and the 50m Freestyle. 12 year old Alexandra Roberts also had two top 10 finishes at the meet in Victoria, with her best finish coming in the 800m Freestyle where she placed sixth.

This was the last swim meet for the Breakers of the 2013 calendar year, with three meets starting Jan.10 in Duncan.

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