First PCSS swim team competes at championships

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The Prince Charles Secondary School seniors boys soccer team (left) finished third in the Kootenay zone

On Oct. 30, Prince Charles Secondary School fielded its first official swim team at the zone Kootenay championships. The team is coached by Hillary Legault and sponsored by vice-principal Rob Simpson.

The mixed relay team, comprised of Anita Bjarnason, Zaine Bayliss, Kieran Simpson and Emily Simpson, finished first in the zone. Bjarnason finished first in the girls’ 50-metre breaststroke and Kieran finished first in the boys’ 50-metre breaststroke.

This was the first swim meet for many of the team members.


In other recent PCSS sports news:

•The senior boys soccer team finished third in the Kootenay zone after defeating Kimberley on Nov. 2. The team is coached by Mike Fischer and Todd Hawton.

•The junior boys volleyball team finished first at the David Thompson Secondary School tournament in Invermere, defeating Laurie Middle School in the final. The team was coached by Rick Czar.

•The junior girls volleyball team finished second, losing to Invermere in the final. The team was coached by Gillian Kemle.

•The senior girls volleyball finished seventh at a Kimberley tournament. The team is coached by Colleen Douville and Allison Kepke.



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