Star swim­mers beat the storm

Southern Riverina news - - News -

Ber­ri­gan Public School held its an­nual Swim­ming Car­ni­val re­cently with some great com­pe­ti­tion on dis­play.

Teacher Mrs Steven­son won the main race at the car­ni­val, beat­ing the storm in record time!

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Mrs Steven­son on a great job co-or­di­nat­ing the car­ni­val.

Stu­dents were ex­cel­lent in their be­hav­iour and ea­ger­ness to com­pete and have fun.

The se­nior girls should be con­grat­u­lated on their en­durance and fit­ness, swim­ming the 50 me­tre back­stroke, fol­lowed im­me­di­ately by the 50 me­tre but­ter­fly, then the med­ley and fin­ish­ing off with the re­lays.

Four straight races with­out a break, a huge ef­fort, but they fin­ished be­fore the storm broke!

Al­gudgerie house were the win- ners on the day. Spe­cial con­grat­u­la­tions to in­di­vid­ual cham­pi­ons:

Ju­nior Girl - Amelia Alexan­der, Ju­nior Boy - Nick Arnold and Max Cameron (equal); 11 Year Girl - Kate Arnold, 11 Year Boy - Ma­son Peters; Se­nior Girl - Caitlin Spun­ner, Se­nior Boy - Ri­ley Nolen. New school records were set by Lucy Phillips (8 years girls 50m freestyle) and Nick Arnold (8 years boys 50m freestyle).

Cham­pi­ons (back, from left) Ri­ley Nolen, Caitlin Spun­ner, Kate Arnold, Amelia Alexan­der, Ma­son Peters; (front) Nick Arnold and Max Cameron.

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