Plenty of action at district swimming championships.CHALPAT SONTI February 7, 2013 4:48am
Three Seymour Sharks swimmers with their haul from Saturday - Jack Tricarico had the best individual score in the 10 years and under boys and was third in the 14 and under best overall score, James Boland was 14 and under boys best overall score and Toby Fuhrmeister finished runner-up in that while also winning best individual score.
The district swimming championships were held at the Seymour outdoor pool on Saturday and the locals had a good day.
Seymour Sharks to snare honours included twins Grace and Jack Tricarico, who had the best individual scores in the 10-and-under girls and boys respectively, while Toby Fuhrmeister did the same in the 14-and-under boys.
And it was James Boland who had the best overall score of all male competitors 14-and-under, just ahead of Toby, with Jack third.
D22 CHAMPIONSHIPS - February 2, 2013
INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS - THROUGH EVENT 76
Individual Scores8/Under girls: 1 Molly Lines (Mansfield) 74 points, 2 Courtney Jones (Sey Sharks) 57, 3 Zali Elliott (Mansfield) 46.
10/Under girls: 1 Grace Tricarico (Sey Sharks) 100, 2 Denby Gardner (Sey Sharks) 63, 3 Giselle Andrews (Sey Sharks) 57.
12/Under girls: 1 Bridgette Fox (Mansfield) 100, 2 Siobhan Laffan (Kilmore Koutas) 54, eq 3 Milina Friday (Mansfield) 52, eq 3 Bianca Schache (Sey Sharks) 52.
15/Under girls: 1 Zoe Reeves (Mansfield) 108, 2 Sophie Mitchell (Mansfield) 94, 3 Mary Henry (Mansfield) 72.
16/Under girls: 1 Alana O’Dwyer (Mansfield) 97, 2 Jordyn Hoekstra (Kilmore Koutas) 86, 3 Corrin Crawford (Mansfield) 81.
Open girls: 1 Jessye Blakis (Mansfield 100, 2 Jordyn Hoekstra (Kilmore Koutas) 65, 3 Emily Reynolds (Mansfield) 40.
17/Over girls: 1 Jessye Blakis (Mansfield) 80, 2 Elizabeth Fuhrmeister (Sey Sharks) 33, 3 Sophie Baker (Sey Sharks) 17.
MC, female: Emily Reynolds.
8/Under boys: 1 William Devere (Mansfield) 74, 2 Chrlie Christopher (Mansfield) 73, 3 Travis Bess (Sey Sharks) 59.
10/Under boys: 1 Jack Tricarico (Sey Sharks) 100, 2 Lachlan Elliott (Mansfield) 84, eq 3 Lachlan Wright (Sey Sharks) 62, eq 3 Jacob Gatt (Kilmore Koutas) 62.
12/Under boys: 1 Ben Christopher (Mansfield) 80, 2 Willis LInes (Mansfield) 70, 3 Patrick Kelly (Kilmore Koutas) 50.
14/Under boys: 1 tobias Fuhrmeister (Sey Sharks) 117, 2 James Boland (Sey Sharks) 101, 3 Xavier fox (Mansfield) 98.
16/Under boys: 1 Jay Finn (Kilmore Koutas) 84, 2 Liam Edwards (Mansfield) 80, 3 Dylan Mills (Kilmore Koutas) 71.
Open boys: 1 Lynton Pyle (Kilmore Koutas) 72, 2 Ethan Daws (Kilmore Koutas) 60, 3 Jay Finn (Kilmore Koutas) 51.
17/Over boys: 1 Lynton Pyle (Kilmore Koutas) 74, 2 Luke Fuhrmeister (Sey Sharks) 40.
MC, male: Ethan Daws.
14/Under boys individual scores: 1 James Boland (Sey Sharks) 121, 2 Tobias Fuhrmeister (Sey Sharks) 117, 3 Jack Tricarico (Sey Sharks) 100.
15/Over boys individual scores: 1 Lynton Pyle (Kilmore Koutas) 162, 2 Jay Finn (Kilmore Koutas) 155, 3 Dylan Mills (Kilmore Koutas) 88.
14/Under girls: 1 Zoe Reeves (Mansfield) 108, eq 2 Grace Tricarico (Sey Sharks), eq 2 Bridgette Fox (Mansfield) 100.
15/Over girls: 1 Jessye Blakis (Mansfield) 200, 2 Jordyn Hoekstra (Kilmore Koutas) 168, 3 Alana O’Dwyer (Mansfield) 97.
Girls: 1 Seymour Sharks 364, 2 Mansfield 344, 3 Kilmore Koutas 136.
Boys: 1 Mansfield 298, 2 Seymour Sharks 176, 3 Kilmore Koutas 148.
Combined: 1 Mansfield 642, 2 Seymour Sharks 540, 3 Kilmore Koutas 284.
TEAM RANKINGS OVERALL
Girls: 1 Mansfield 1727, 2 Seymour Sharks 1364, 3 Kilmore Koutas 615.
Boys: 1 Mansfield 1155, 2 Kilmore 1009, 3 Seymour Sharks 889.
Combined: 1 Mansfield 2882, Seymour Sharks 2253, 3 Kilmore Koutas 1624.
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