Through the first three days of a top-level swim meet last week in Charlotte, N.C., the top results by local swimmers had been turned in as part of relay teams.
On day two of the four-day meet on Friday, May 16, the Nova Scotia women’s 4X100 freestyle relay team of Molly Wedge, Rebecca MacPherson of Canning, Sarah Polley and Alison Grant was fifth overall in a time of 3:58.46.
The Nova Scotia men’s 4X100 freestyle relay team of Kyle Watson, Luc Boudreau of New Minas, David Sharpe and Sean Berrigan was ninth overall in a time of 3:39.57.
In other day two results for local swimmers, Boudreau was 44th in 100 breaststroke and 49th in 50 breaststroke; MacPherson was 108th in 200 freestyle; and Benjamin Henger was 49th in 50 backstroke and 101st in 100 butterfly.
On day three Saturday, May 17, the Nova Scotia girls’ 4X200 freestyle relay team of MacPherson, Wedge, Grant and Polley placed second in a time of 8:34.85.
Individually, MacPherson was 23rd in 50 butterfly, 69th in 100 backstroke and 81st in 400 freestyle. Boudreau was 42nd in 200 breaststroke and 101st in 50 freestyle.
Henger was 72nd in 50 butterfly, 81st in 100 backstroke and 89th in 200 butterfly.