Marlins snag aggregates

Eight members of the Red Deer Marlins Swim Club won aggregate medals in a weekend meet at Killam. Winning gold were Hanna Mateika in the six and under girls class, Kyra McMurray in the 9-10 girls division and Liam Stalwick in 11-12 boys.

Eight members of the Red Deer Marlins Swim Club won aggregate medals in a weekend meet at Killam.

Winning gold were Hanna Mateika in the six and under girls class, Kyra McMurray in the 9-10 girls division and Liam Stalwick in 11-12 boys.

Sara Mateika (eight and under girls) and Carson Schiller (11-12 boys) earned aggregate silver medal and bronze medals were claimed by Lauren Bettenson (9-10 girls), Adam Hucal (eight and under boys) and Ryan Mah (13-14 boys).

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