Best times for Pikes in Merritt meet

Pikes swimmers travelled to Merritt, June 16 to 17 for the second swim meet of the season.

  • Jun. 21, 2012 11:00 a.m.

A small squad of Pikes swimmers travelled to Merritt, June 16 to 17 for the second swim meet of the season.

Assistant Coach Shannon Clarke picked up a silver aggregate medal. She placed first in 50 Freestyle, second in 100 Breaststroke and two relays and third in 50 Butterfly. She also had two personal best times.

Sarah Newsted earned best times in all six of her individual events and took home a second place ribbon for relay.

J.J. Henderson earned five best times. He finished second in two relays, fourth in 200 IM, fifth in 100 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke, sixth in 50 Freestyle, seventh in 50 butterfly and eighth in 100 Breaststroke.

Earning best times in all three of her solo events, Ashley McMillan finished third in both 50 Breaststroke and 100 Freestyle and fourth in 50 Backstroke. Her brother Ryan, also had best times in all his events and finished first in both the 25 Back and Breaststroke events.

Morag Bouchard joined her children and Isabelle Bouchard for a fifth place finish in a relay. Bouchard also had two best times and finished ninth in both 50 and 100 Freestyle. Chloe Bouchard and Emma Wilson had two best times and a second place finish in relay.

Chloe Bouchard placed sixth in 50 Freestyle and eighth in 50 Backstroke.

Leah Newsted recorded a best time with eighth place finishes in both 50 Breaststroke and 100 Freestyle.





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