EATON — The Preble County Stingrays held their year end award banquet last month. Awards were given for Most Improved Swimmer, Most Valuable swimmer, Records broken, Perfect Attendance, and King and Queen of the Hill.
The Stingrays ended the season with two invitational wins, had a 6-2 dual meet record and was first in the small team category at the Southern Ohio Swim League Championships.
The Stingrays swim team is open to any swimmer ages 4 to 18. The season starts in April with conditioning at the YMCA then moving into the swim season starting the first week of June. Look forward to seeing everyone back next year.
Records broke this year:
6 and under girls: Madeline Montgomery (27.73) in the 25 meter freestyle; Maddie Peace (33.93) in the 25 meter backstroke.
6 and under boys: Bryce Couvutsakis (37.27) in the 25 meter freestyle; Bryce Couvutsakis (42.00) in the 25 meter backstroke.
9-10 boys: Austin Peace (15.54) in the 25 meter freestyle, (33.51) in the 50 meter freestyle and (1:26.36) in the 100 meter individual medley; Ben Todd (2:49.11) in the 200 meters freestyle.
15-18 boys: Tyler Gregory in the 50 meter breaststroke.
6 and under girls: Cherokee Perdue
7-8 girls: Molli Deaton
7-8 boys: Luke Bowers
9-10 girls: Peyton Kleinschmidt
9-10 boys: Wyatt Jones
11-12 girls: Rose Gevedon
11-12 boys: Shawn Gross-Kleinschmidt
13-14 girls: Reagan Pierce
13-14 boys: Sam Lawson
15-18 girls: Lydia Fadden
15-18 boys: Tyler Gregory
Most Valuable Swimmer:
6 and under girls: Madeline Montgomery
7-8 girls: Noelle Bassler
7-8 boys: Bryce Couvutsakis
9-10 girls: Olivia Cochran
9 – 10 boys: Austin Peace
11 – 12 girls: Josey Meeks
11 – 12 boys: Nicholas Kaufman
13 – 14 girls: Rebekah Honaker
13 – 14 boys: Nathan Crammer
15 – 18 girls: Shelby Slade
15 – 18 boys: Trey Gregory
King and Queen of the Hill 1st practice:
King of the Hill: Nate Crammer
Queen of the Hill: Rebekah Honaker
King and Queen of the Hill 2nd practice:
King of the Hill: Ben Todd
Queen of the Hill: Olivia Cochran
Cherokee Perdue, Bryce Couvutsakis, Addyson House, Baylee Baily, Noelle Bassler, Rebekah Honaker, Lala Burig, Paige House, Lily Bailey, Allison Kiracofe.