Blue Devils had out awards at year-end barbecue

The Blue Devils Summer Swim Club wrapped up a hugely successful season with their awards celebration and AGM barbecue.

THE BLUE DEVILS celebrated the end of the summer swim season in style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Blue Devils Summer Swim Club wrapped up a hugely successful season with their awards celebration and AGM barbecue. The executive was thanked for their tireless effort together with the  coaching staff.

Aggregate Awards (runner-up):

Div. 1 Kamil Guay. Div. 2 Girls  Zoe McDougall (Myia Dunn) Div. 3 Girls Gabrielle Guay; Boys Sam Helpard (Ryan Novecosky). Div. 4 Girls Amelia Helpard; Boys Adam Dunn. Div. 5 Jamie Neill (Robin Jahnke); Boys Alex Kussauer. Div. 6 Girls Georgie Wolfe (Emily Mirabelli, Blys, Julian Gould, (Spencer McDougall). Div. 7 Alexis Hallier.

Most Improved Swimmer: Developmental – Kyle Crewe;  Junior – Graham Arndt, Adam Dunn;  Senior – Beverly Jolley.

Junior Rookie of the Year; Evan Barker – Douglas Lightfoot.

True Blue Award: Junior – Jarrod Lehman; Intermediate – Amelia Helpard. Senior – Kyle Brush, Erin Hallier

Club Record Breaker: Alex Kussauer 50 and 100 free.

Herb Bradley Award: Emily Glowach.

“It was a season to remember with scores of  personal best times for swimmers and podium finishes at Regional and Provincial swim meets,” a club sokesperson said.

For more information on the Blue Devils Summer Swim Club visit www.bluedevilsswimclub.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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