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By Pierre Bibbs
Sports Editor 

Messerly scores most points at Plentywood


Last week the Malta Swim Team had a one day meet in Plentywood.

The team did good considering the team only had nine swimmers representing the team opposed to 30-45 swimmers from other teams, but the team was unable to compete for a placing. They were sixth of seven teams.

Normally the Plentywood and Scobey meets are held on the same weekend, due to the fact they are a day long event.

Leading the team in Plentywood was Darrow Messerly who won three events including the men 9-10 100 IM (1:39.46), 50 Free (36.87) and 50 Breatstroke (51.51).

Shay Garfield also had a strong meet, winning the Women 13-14 100 Breaststroke (1:33.10), placing second in the 100 Freestyle (1:18.12) and placing third in the 100 Backstroke (1:32.66).

Garfield was also a part of the 13-14 Women 200 Freestyle relay team, which won the event, with a time of 2:25.35.

The team consisted of Garfield, Rheanna Messerly, Grace Doucette, and Reba Doucette.

G. Doucette placed second in the 50 Fly, with a time of 47.96.

Her sister Reba swam well in the 11-12 class, placing second in the 50 Breaststroke with a time of 46.48 and third in the 100 Freestyle, with a time of 1:25.87.

Rheanna Messerly placed second in the Women 13-14 100 Breatstorke (1:34.03) and third in the 50 Freestyle, with a time of 35.68.

Makiya Wilke had a strong showing in the Women 9-10 50 Backstroke. She had a time of 57.31 seconds.


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