Over 216 swimmers travelled to Watrous over the long weekend to take part in the provincial swim meet.

The Humboldt Hammerheads sent 34 swimmers to take part in the event, bringing home a total of 33 individual medals and 27 relay medals.

Jay Eichorst broke his third provincial record on Saturday, swimming his 200-meter backstroke in 2:33.90, taking more than a second and a half off the record set in 1992.

Charlize Parish won her aggregate award for her age group, totalling 60 points over the two-day event.

Humboldt Finished in second place overall, with a total of 966 points.

Saturday's individual medal winners were:
Cuyler Brooks-Gold Boys 9-10 50 Breast
Charlize Parish-Silver 25 Fly
-Gold 100 Free
Megan Brooks-Bronze 100 Breast
Lauren Hinz-Silver 200 Back
-Gold 100 Breast
Jordan Nienaber-Gold 200 Free
Jay Eichorst-Gold 200 Back
Darren Romanuik-Bronze 100 Breast
Maya Berscheid-Silver 200 Free
-Gold 100 Breast
-Bronze 100 Free
Garrett Brown-Silver 200 Back
-Silver 200 Free
Ryan Hinz-Silver 50 Fly
-Silver 100 Breast
-Bronze 100 Free

In the Medley Relays, Humboldt Swimmers brought in additional medals.
Bronze Medals to:
Micaela Roach 7-8 Girls
Liam Zimmerman 9-10 Boys
Lauryn MacLean 15-17 Girls
Madison Mueller 15-17 Girls
Kelly Romanuik 15-17 Girls
Darren Romanuik Open Boys
Silver Medals to:
Abbey McLarty 9-10 Girls
Lauren Hinz 13-14 Girls
Jordan Nienaber 13-14 Girls
Jay Eichorst 13-14 Boys
Darren Romanuik 13-14 Boys
Maya Berscheid 15-17 Girls
Gold Medals to:
Cuyler Brooks 9-10 Boys
Charlize Parish 11-12 Girls
Ryan Hinz 15-17 Boys
Jay Eichorst Open Boys
Ryan Hinz Open Boys

Sunday's individual medal winners were:
Cuyler Brooks-Bronze Boys 9-10 100 IM
Abbey McLarty-Bronze Girls 9-10 50 Fly
Charlize Parish-Gold Girls 11-12 50 Back
-Bronze Girls 11-12 50 Fly
-Gold Girls 11-12 50 Free
Lauren Hinz-Gold Girls 13-14 200 Breast
-Silver Girls 13-14 200IM
Jay Eichorst-Gold Boys 13-14 100 Back
-Silver Boys 13-14 200 IM
Darren Romanuik-Bronze Boys 13-14 200 Breast
Maya Berscheid-Gold Girls 15-17 200 Breast
-Silver Girls 15-17 200 IM
Kelly Romanuik-Bronze Girls 15-17 100 Back
Garrett Brown-Silver 100 Back
Ryan Hinz-Silver Boys 15-17 200 Breast
-Bronze Boys 15-17 50 Free

Sunday's relay medal winners were:
Bronze Medals to:
Sawyer Hillestad 7-8 Girls
Rebecca Gabriel 7-8 Girls
Cohen Gasper 7-8 Boys
Abbey McLarty 9-10 Girls
Karyn Kaip 13-14 Girls
Olivia Gerwing 13-14 Girls
Garrett Brown Open Boys
Darren Romanuik Open Boys
Ryan Hinz Open Boys
Silver Medals to:
Cuyler Brooks 9-10 Boys
Jordan Nienaber 13-14 Girls
Jay Eichorst 13-14 Boys
Darren Romanuik 13-14 Boys
Maya Berscheid 15-17 Girls
Gold Medals to:
Charlize Parish 11-12 Girls
Chae Hall 11-12 Boys
Ryan Hinz 15-17 Boys
Garrett Brown 15-17 Boys
Jay Eichorst Open Boys

The Hammerheads are now out of the water until May 1, 2018.  They will hold their wind-up in September.

Seventeen swimmers from the host team competed in provincials as well. Watrous Whitecaps members took home a total of eight individual medals and eight relay medals.

Zak Freeman won the aggregate award for his age group, totalling 63 points over the weekend.

Watrous brought home the Small Team Trophy for the second year in a row. Their 17 swimmers brought in 482 points overall.

Saturday's medal winners were:
Burke Bartko - Bronze 9-10 Boys 25 Fly and Gold 9-10 boys Medley Relay
Annaka Miettinen - Bronze 11-12 Girls 50 Breast and Gold 11-12 Girls Medley Relay
Pearce Bartko - Gold 11-12 Boys 25 Fly, Gold 11-12 Boys 100 Free and Gold 11-12 Boys Medley Relay
Grace Craig - Bronze 13-14 Girls 200 Free
Kira Freeman - Silver 13-14 Girls Medley Relay
Zak Freeman - Good 15-17 Boys 200 Back, Gold 15-17 Boys 50 Fly, Silver 15-17 Boys 100 Free, Gold 15-17 Boys Medley Relay and Bronze Open Medley Relay.

Sunday's medal winners were:
Marissa Miettinen - Bronze 9-10 Girls Free Relay
Burke Bartko - Silver 9-10 Boys 50 Back and Silver 9-10 Boys Free Relay
Annaka Miettinen - Silver 11-12 Girls 100 Breast and Gold 11-12 Girls Free Relay
Naomi Schmidt - Silver 11-12 Girls 50 Back
Pearce Bartko - Silver 11-12 Boys 50 Back, Gold 11-12 Boys 50 Fly, Gold 11-12 Boys 50 Free and Gold 11-12 Boys Free Relay
Grace Craig - Bronze 13-14 Girls Free Relay
Kira Freeman - Silver 13-14 Girls Free Relay
Zak Freeman - Gold 15-17 Boys 100 Back, Gold 15-17 Boys 50 Free, Gold 15-17 Boys Free Relay and Gold Open Boys Free Relay


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