Swimming

Brebeuf parlays relay into silver


St. Jean de Brebeuf’s relay team captured a silver medal at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association swimming championships in Etobicoke.

Cassandra Darby, Chanel Minichini, Alyzee Minichini and Caitlyn McKenzine captured silver in the girls’ 14-and-under 4x50 meter medley at the OFSAA swimming championship.  (Photo: Gerry Graham/HWCDSB)

Cassandra Darby, Chanel Minichini, Alyzee Minichini and Caitlyn McKenzine captured silver in the girls’ 14-and-under 4×50 meter medley at the OFSAA swimming championship. (Photo: Gerry Graham/HWCDSB)

Brebeuf – Cassandra Darby, Chanel Minichini, Alyzee Minichini and Caitlyn McKenzine — placed second in the girls’ 14-and-under 4×50 meter medley junior relay. Their time was 2 minutes, 25.93 seconds.

Alyzee also came third in the 50m backstroke with a clocking of 34.61 seconds.

Chanel had two fourth-place finishes, as well, for the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic Athletic Association representatives. They came in the A Final of the 50m butterfly (33.19) and the 100m individual medley (1:17.61).

Nicole Vespa of Brebeuf placed fifth in the 20-and-under 100m freestyle, Para multi-class (1:56.07).

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