Adams, Boudreau win high point awards at East Coast championships

John Decoste
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Led by strong performances from Sam Adams and Luc Boudreau, the Wolfville Tritons swam to a fourth-place finish overall at the East Coast Long Course swim championships held July 3-6 in Halifax.

With their ranks bolstered by Boudreau, Patrick Henger, Collin Reynolds, Jessica Bent and Elizabeth Skuriat from Acadia, the Tritons had a combined team total of 1,615 points.

Adams, 14, was the high point male in the 13-14 boys’ division, thanks to first-place swims in the 50, 100 and 200 breaststroke and 50 butterfly. He also placed second in 50 freestyle and sixth in 100 freestyle.

Boudreau, 22, won the 100 and 200 breaststroke, was second in 50 breast, third in 50 ’fly and 100 free, and ninth in 50 free, capturing high point male honours for 15- and-over boys.

Adam Deutsch, 18, was second in 1,500 free, third in 400 free, fourth in 100 breast and fifth in 200 breast and 200 IM. Brendan Vibert, 18, was second in 100 free, sixth in 1,500 free and seventh in 200 IM.

Benjamin Henger, 16, was second in 200 back, fourth in 50 and 100 back and 200 ’fly, and sixth in 50 ’fly. Patrick Henger, 18, was third in 100 ’fly, fifth in 50 and 200 ’fly, seventh in 200 free and eighth in 100 free.

McLachlan Muirhead, 14, was fifth in 50 back and 200 ’fly, seventh in 100 ’fly and eighth in 800 free. Bo Stokesbury-Price, 11, was fourth in 50 ’fly and eighth in 200 breast, and Connor Adams. 17, was 10th in 200 breast.

Eveline Choquette, 15, won the 200 breast, was fourth in 200 and 400 IM and ninth in 200 ’fly.  Kassandra Parsons, 17, was second in 50 and 200 ’fly, third in 1,500 free, eighth in 100 ’fly and ninth in 200 free. Rebecca MacPherson, 18, was second in 100 free, fourth in 200 back, fifth in 400 free and tenth in 50 back.

Skuriat, 20, was third in 800 free, sixth in 400 free, ninth in 200 back and tenth in 200 free. Bent, 19, was sixth in 200 ’fly and eighth in 50 back.

Overall, Wolfville swimmers had 57 top-10 swims and 20 top-threes, including seven firsts.

 

Dolphins finish strong

Seven members of the Greenwood Dolphins also attended the East Coast meet. While there were 14 top-10 finishes, they did not score enough points to make the top-10 in the team standings.

Eleven-year-old Etienne Gagnon, won the 100 free in his age group, was third in 50 and 100 ’fly and fourth in 50 free.

Kyra Jarvis, 12, was fourth in 50 back, fifth in 100 back, sixth in 200 back, seventh in 400 free, and eighth in 50 and 100 free for six top-10 swims in all.

Mercedes LeBlanc, 15, was fourth in 200 breast and seventh in 50 and 100 breast. Joshua Wootten, 12, was eighth in 50 back.

Geographic location: East Coast, Halifax, Acadia

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