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Aquanauts clock best times at Division III championships

Although the Aquanauts won’t know exactly where they finished at the Division III team championships in Etobicoke last week for a while yet, they do know they performed phenomenally well on an individual basis.

In fact, the 23 Aquanauts who went clocked 72 out of a possible 115 best times against swimmers from 54 other teams from across the province.

Fort High athletic budget won’t face cutbacks next season

For the second year in a row, the Fort High athletic budget will not suffer any cuts to its program.

And that’s good news to FFHS athletic director Bob Grynol, who said the program is now in a stable situation heading into the 1998-99 school year.

“We don’t anticipate a decrease in our budget unless something unforeseen comes up that we don’t know about,” he said Monday.

Young swimmers compete at Kenora

Ten Aquanauts had the chance to compete at the Kenora Swimming Sharks’ Northwestern Ontario regional development meet last Saturday.

Alice Bolen, Jessica Cousineau, Jennifer Green, Jennifer Hawley, Alyssa Holliday, Jamie Holliday, Michelle McFayden, Miranda Richert, Steven Boileau, and Alex Parent took part in the one-day event.

Bondett wins consolation at badminton tourney

Adrian Bondett, a first-year badminton player with the local club, won the consolation side in the under-14 division at the Manitoba Junior Open in Winnipeg last weekend.

Bondett, 13, was swept 15-6 and 15-14 in his first best-of-three match before winning his next three by scores of 15-6/15-9, 15-9/17-14, and 15-9/15-11.

All four matches were against Winnipeg opponents.