Awards for Catalinas

Red Deer Catalina Swim Club head coach Mandi Smith and her staff of assistants recognized a number of outstanding swimmers during the club’s annual awards brunch during the weekend.

Red Deer Catalina Swim Club head coach Mandi Smith and her staff of assistants recognized a number of outstanding swimmers during the club’s annual awards brunch during the weekend.

The recipients of the awards presented by Smith and assistant coaches Jana Peter, Clint Stevens, Brittney Raab, Brittney Moline, Bryan Iliscupidez and Jenn Sutey, were:

Nicole Cossey, top FINA point female for 100m freestyle, 702 points; David Errington, top FINA point male for 50m breaststroke, 683 points; Amy Andrew (100m free) and Morgann Bruin (100m butterfly), Brian N. Clarke Memorial; Becky Miller, Art Mellum Memorial for commitment, dedication and perseverance; Brittney Moline, Bonanza Cup for leadership and sportsmanship; Emma MacDermaid, Bryce Iliscupidez Memorial for most outstanding 12 and under swimmer; Madalyn Smith, 12 and under spirit award; Alex Pedrazza, 13 and over spirit award; Tait Loyek, 12 and under most improved male; Kristen Trepanier, 12 and under most improved female; Nathan Stayer, 13 and over most improved male; Amy Andrew, 13 and over most improved female; Chanelle Stayer, official of the year.

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