Prep Swimming Championships

Prep Swim

House Swimming Carnival – Wednesday 13 February: It was great to see so many boys enjoying themselves, participating, striving for personal bests, working as a team and cheering for their Houses.

Thank you to all parties for making this day one of the highlights on the sporting calendar; special mention to all the parents who acted as timekeepers. Well done to Sean Arthur for his excellent speech as Captain of Swimming and exceptional record breaking performance on the day.

House Swimming Carnival Results 2013:

House Points
1st Spier 1123pts; 2nd Edyvean 1088pts; 3rd Palling 665pts; 4th Deane 641pts; 5th Palmer 616pts; 6th Bell 586pts.

Age Champions
8 Years – Moss Trophy:
1st Baxter Laurance 58pts; 2nd William Short 25pts; 3rd Jonathon Chandler 22pts
9 Years – Preparatory School Trophy
1st Ashton Springett 71pts; 2nd Lachlan Buttler 70pts; 3rd Boaz Ronen 64pts
10 Years – D.B McLean Trophy
1st Charles Hoffmann 128pts; 2nd Samuel Wade 92pts; 3rd Elio Del-Ben 91pts
11 Years – R. Martin – Webber Trophy
1st Noah Finnimore 127pts; 2nd Hugo Leeming 78pts; 3rd Max Lissenden and Ilan Ronen 70pts
12 Years – Robert Dewley Trophy
1st Sean Arthur 150pts; Thomas Bedingfield 117pts; Harrison Dyson 102pts

Year 3&4 Class Relay: 1st 4CC (New Record); 2nd 4PH; 3rd 3EH
Year 5 & 6 Class Relay: 1st 5RS (New Record); 2nd 6NM; 3rd 6PK
Junior House Relay: 1st Spier (New Record); 2nd Edyvean; 3rd Deane
Senior House Relay: 1st Palmer; 2nd Edyvean; 3rd Palling

The House Spirit Shield: Deane

New Records
Open 100m Freestyle – Sean Arthur 1:04.93 (Old Record – Oliver Kamp 1:05.20, 2007).
12Years 50m Butterfly – Sean Arthur 32.09 (Old Record – Alex Bouris 34.48, 2000)

Congratulations to the following boys on your selection in The Scots College Preparatory School Swim Team for 2013: Sean Arthur ©, Thomas Bedingfield, Lachlan Butler, Elio Del-Ben, Harrison Dyson, Noah Finnimore, Dylan Hansen, Charlie Harvey, Hugo Hinckfuss, Charles Hoffmann, Baxter Laurance, Hugo Leeming, Edward Lennox, Max Lissenden, Edward McCowan, Hugh O’Neill, Ilan Ronen, William Shortt, Ashton Springett, Thomas Unger, Samuel Wade

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