Red Deer Marlins win team event at Ponoka meet

The Red Deer Marlins captured the team event in the Ponoka swim meet during the weekend.

The Red Deer Marlins captured the team event in the Ponoka swim meet during the weekend.

The host Ponoka Gators were second, the Lacombe Dolphins third and the Innisfail Dolphins fourth among nine teams.

Cale Kooyman, 12, Claire Halford, 12, and eight-year-old Owen Halford won gold medals in the aggregate.

Adam Hucal, 9, Liam Stalwick, 13, Lauren Bettenson, 10 and Sean Raivio, 7, were silver medalists.

Jack Walton, 10, Erik Sveinson, 12, Emilie Unrau, 13, Aiden Kooyman, 15, Kathryn Richards, 15 and Jane Gosling, 13, found bronze.

The Marlins will compete in the Forestburg meet Saturday.

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