Mimosa swim team names high-point season winners

From staff and wire reports
October 21, 2011 at 9:38 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

The swimmers in the picture are: Bottom row (left to right) - Drew Bode and Sarah Gassen. Middle row (left to right) - Marissa Gilbert, Leah Wilson, Emily Eschette, Ashley Cheramie, Rhett Comeaux, Tori Mato, Mikey McGuire, Caleb Karling and Jarrett Philli
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The swimmers in the picture are: Bottom row (left to right) - Drew Bode and Sarah Gassen. Middle row (left to right) - Marissa Gilbert, Leah Wilson, Emily Eschette, Ashley Cheramie, Rhett Comeaux, Tori Mato, Mikey McGuire, Caleb Karling and Jarrett Philli
Mimosa Swim and Racquet Club honored the many swimmers that helped the team place second in their division meet as well as come out runner up in the city championship.

Devin Candies, who swims in the 15-18 division, was the overall point winner for the boys while Tori Mato, who competes in the 13-14 division was named the overall winner for the girls.
The high-point winners for each division this season are:

 

6 and under
Boys
1 - Drew Bode (runner-up Beau Parker)
Girls
1 - Anna Fuselier (runner-up Kylie Dufrene)

7-8
Boys
1 - Rhett Comeaux (runner-up Vladamir Furl)
Girls
1 - Sarah Gassen (runner-up Emily Eschette)

9-10
Boys
1 - Mikey McGuire
(runner-up Jarrett Phillips)

Girls
1 - Ashley Cheramie (runner-up Marissa Gilbert)

11-12
Boys
1 - Jay Madden (runner-up Caleb Karling)
Girls
1 - Leah Wilson
(runner-up Kayli Mato)

 

13-14
Boys
1 - Vincent Tamplain
(runner-up Max Eastepp)
Girls
1 - Tori Mato

15-18
Boys
1 - Devin Candies
(runner-up Dillon Tauzin)
Girls
1- Victoria Dufrene (runner-up Courtney Bergeron)




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