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Regional swimming championships



On a slightly brisk morning our squad of sixteen swimmers ventured to Swan Hill for the Loddon Mallee Regional Swimming Championships.  All students swam exceptionally well across the day and should be very proud of their efforts. EVERY swimmer came home with a medal of some colour, meaning nobody was placed lower than third – this is an outstanding achievement, as you can see by the amazing results listed below.

All swimmers that finished first in their event will now go on to represent the College at the State Swimming Titles in Melbourne next term, on Wednesday 18 April.  We wish them every success.

First Place

Layla Day

  • Girls 15yr 50 Backstroke
  • Girls 15yr 50m Butterfly
  • Girls 15yr 50m Freestyle
  • Girls Open 100m Freestyle
  • Girls Open 100m Backstroke

Mitchell Sherlock

  • Boys Open 100m Butterfly
  • Boys Open 200m Individual Medley

Maggie Burke

  • Girls 13yr 50m Breastroke

Varlee Nihill

  • Girls Open 200m Individual Medley
  • Girls 15y 50m Breastroke

Katerina Pizzo

  • Girls S7 Class 50m Breastroke

Girls 15-16yr Medley Relay (Layla Day, Varlee Nihill, Aimee McMahon Arkie Donnelly)

Second Place

Varlee Nihill

  • Girls Open 100m Breastroke

Aimee McMahon

  • Girls 14yr 50m Breastroke

Mitchell Sherlock

  • Boys 17yr 50m Breastroke

Arkie Donnelly

  • Girls Open 100m Freestyle

Katerina Pizzo

  • Girls S7 Class 50m Freestyle
  • GirlsS7 Class 50m Backstrok

13yr Boys 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay (Domenic Licastro, Xavier Austin, Luca Whitfort, Flynn Boyd)

Third Place

Mitchell Sherlock

  • Boys Open 100m Breastroke

15yr Boys 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay (Jack Craig, Thomas Bennett, Zachary Walsh, Harvey Gallagher)

Loddon Mallee Region Swimming Team L-R:

Luca Whitfort VT4, Domenic Licastro JR3, Flynn Boyd MK1, Zachary Walsh BK2, Xavier Austin JR3, Jack Craig BK3, Thomas Bennett CH4, Harvey Gallagher MY4, Mitchell Sherlock JR8, Katerina Pizzo VT4, Varlee Nihill VT1, Aimee McMahon BK3, Layla Day VT3, Arkie Donnelly MK1, Maggie Burke MK4