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Lutsch claims silver

St. Peter’s Catholic Secondary School swimmer Kendra Lutsch, left, won silver in the 200-metre individual medley women’s open division at the recent Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) meet in Windsor. SUBMITTED

St. Peter’s Catholic Secondary School swimmer Kendra Lutsch, left, won silver in the 200-metre individual medley women’s open division at the recent Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) meet in Windsor. SUBMITTED

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St. Peter’s Catholic Secondary School swimmer Kendra Lutsch won silver in the 200-metre individual medley women’s open division at the recent Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) meet in Windsor.

The provincial high-school swimming championship included more than 2,000 competitors, including a strong contingent from the south-end Barrie high school.

Lutsch also placed ninth in the 100-m breaststroke.

St. Peter’s Sarah Montes finished fifth overall in a “very stacked” 100-m breaststroke women’s open division for, according to coach Todd Shivers.

Meanwhile, Mackenzie Faulkner improved her time from the Georgian Bay Secondary School Association (GBSSA) meet by three seconds to move up in the OFSAA rankings in the women’s open 200-m individual medley.

In her final OFSAA competition, Samara Culyer had a six-second improvement over her GBSSA time in December in the senior women’s 200-m freestyle. She’s off to university in the fall.

“To come here and truly compete as a first-year team with over 2,000 swimmers against the best in the province is remarkable,” Shivers said. “It’s been a great year and I’m very proud of how all of these girls battled.” 



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