Red Deer Synchronized Swim Club members garnered 12 medals in the Canadian Prairie Invitational meet at Regina during the weekend.
Kyra McMurray struck gold in the 11-12 figures, while Larissa Kaube was golden in the 16-18 solo routine and champion and Emma Dickman also snared a gold in her route and champion event.
Also winning gold were Cassandra Woods and Heather Mast in the 16-18 routine and champion duets, and the squad of Nina Hayes, Kia Risling, Trinny Allier-Ortiz and Leanne Hansen in the novice 11 and 12 route and champion team event.
Other Red Deer medal-winners and top-10 placings in the meet attended by athletes from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Ontario and the Yukon:
Silver — Kallan Packard/Mercedes Patrick, 13-15 routine and champion duets; Kyra McMurray/Mya Freeman, 11-12 routine and champion duets; Patrick, Packard, Hope Sorokan, McMurray, Freeman, Amy Hovestad, Larissa Kaube, 13-15 routine and champion team; Emma Dickman, Darby Livingstone, Heather Mast, Cassandra Woods, Tessa Wilson, 16-18 routine and champion team;
Bronze — Nina Hayes, novice figures; Dickman, 13-15 figures; Tessa Wilson, 16-18 figures.
Fourth — Livingstone, 16-18 figures.
Sixth — Mast, 16-18 figures; Sorokan, 13-15 routine and champion solo.