First place results for the Pool Sharks by event:

• Girls 15 and over 200m freestyle: Nicole Pecharsky • Boys 9-10 200m freestyle: Isaac Froese

• Girls 15 and over 200m freestyle: Nicole Pecharsky

• Boys 9-10 200m freestyle: Isaac Froese

• Boys 11-12 200m freestyle: Joseph David

• Boys 13-14 200m freestyle: Brigham Day

• Girls 9-10 25m breaststroke: Blair Ross

• Boys 8 and under 25m breaststroke: Alvin Day

• Girls 13-14 100m individual medley (IM): Mckenna Christensen

• Boys 9-10 100m IM: Isaac Froese

• Girls 13-14 50m butterfly: Nesha Soosay

• Boys 11-12 50m butterfly: Hyrum Day

• Boys 13-14 50m butterfly: Brigham Day

• Boys 15 and over 50m butterfly: Blake Shimp

• Girls 13-14 100m breaststroke: Mckenna Christensen

• Girls 15 and over 100 breaststroke: Nicole Pecharsky

• Boys 9-10 100m breaststroke: Isaac Froese

• Boys 11-12 100m breaststroke: Hyrum Day

• Boys 13-14 100m breaststroke: Lanny Wildcat

• Girls 13-14 50m backstroke: Nesha Soosay

• Girls 15 and over 50m breaststroke: Nicole Pecharsky

• Girls 13-14 400m freestyle: Mckenna Christensen

• Boys 11-12 400m freestyle: Hyrum Day

• Boys 11-12 200m IM: Hyrum Day

• Girls 13-14 50m freestyle: Nesha Soosay

• Boys 8 and under 50m freestyle: Alvin Day

• Boys 9-10 50m freestyle: Isaac Froese

• Boys 11-12 50m freestyle: Hyrum Day

• Boys 13-14 50m freestyle: Lanny Wildcat

• Girls: 13-14 50m freestyle: Mckenna Christensen

• Girls 15 and over 50m freestyle: Emily Lehr

• Boys 9-10 100m backstroke: Isaac Froese

• Boys 11-12 100m backstroke: Hyrum Day

• Boys 15 and over 100m backstroke: Caleb Froese

• Girls 13-14 100m backstroke: Nesha Soosay

• Girls 15 and over 100m backstroke: Jaylen-Rae Christensen

• Girls 9-10 25m freestyle: Blair Ross

• Girls 13-14 25m freestyle: Emma Wittal

• Boys 13-14 50m breaststroke: Lanny Wildcat

• Boys 8 and under 100m freestyle: Alvin Day

• Boys 9-10 100m freestyle: Isaac Froese

• Boys 11-12 100m freestyle: Joseph Day

• Boys 13-14 100m freestyle: Lany Wildcat

• Girls 13-14 100m freestyle: Mckenna Christensen

 

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