Penticton Pikes Danielle Cutjar heads to the finish line in the girls 50-metre butterfly event at the Penticton Pikes annual indoor swim meet at the community centre pool Saturday. Nearly 300 swimmers took part in the meet.

Pikes rule the swimming pool

Penticton swim team breaks records at own meet

The Penticton Pikes swim club held their annual invitation meet last weekend with local swimmers beating several records.

New meet records by swimmers include:

200m IM

Girls — Ocat2, Ashley McMillan of Penticton 230.75

Boys — Div 8, Jaren Lefranc of Penticton 209.47

50m Free

Girls — Ocat2, Ashley McMillan of Penticton 28.73

Boys — Ocat2, Ben Say of Penticton 26.91

100m Fly

Girls — Div6, Lucy Davis of Port Moody 110.88

— OCat2, Ashley McMillan of Penticton 111.61

Boys — Ocat2, Ben Say of Penticton 107.20

50m Fly

Girls — Ocat2, Claire Hall of Salmon Arm 31.85

Boys — Ocat2, Ben Say of Penticton 29.30

100 m Back

Girls — Ocat2, Andrea Kraetzer of Kelowna 114.84


Boys — 50m — Ocat1, Jonas Mengr of Penticton 51.51

Boys — 100m — Ocat2, Jack McLennan of Penticton 129.49

100m Free

Girls — Ocat2, Claire Hall of Salmon Arm 103.73

Boys — Ocat2, Ben Say of Penticton 100.38


Anders Say of the Penticton Pikes completes the first lap of the Boys 200-metre IM event at the community centre pool Saturday during the annual indoor swim meet. Mark Brett/Western News

Penticton Pikes Jaren LeFranc strains to try for the best time in the Boys 200-metre IM event Saturday at the community centre pool. A total of 13 teams took part in the weekend event. Mark Brett/Western News

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