Age group stars (back, from left) Matthew Carey, Josh Day, Taylah Brackin, Emma Pails, Lauren Day, Tegan Warrener, (front) Harley Gonzalez, Monique Howard, Codie Brackin, Shenee Coleman, Sarah Kane and Hayley Millard.
Age group stars (back, from left) Matthew Carey, Josh Day, Taylah Brackin, Emma Pails, Lauren Day, Tegan Warrener, (front) Harley Gonzalez, Monique Howard, Codie Brackin, Shenee Coleman, Sarah Kane and Hayley Millard. SUPPLIED

Tegan Warrener claims 3 records

A BREASTSTROKE record held by Rebecca Horne was all that stopped Scots PGC College student Tegan Warrener from claiming every record for girls in Warwick All Schools swimming.

Warrener went into the carnival on Wednesday with records in all four strokes at 13, 14, 15 and 16-year levels and the 400m record.

She broke records over 50 metres for 17 years freestyle, butterfly and backstroke on Wednesday but the record of Horne, a breaststroke state medallist in both New South Wales and Queensland, still stands.

Warrener and fellow Scots PGC student Matthew Kanowski, who lives at Allora, won the Robert Reid Memorial Trophies for most outstanding swimmers.

In the overall points tally, Warwick High won junior aggregate trophies for boys and girls, the senior aggregate for boys and junior girls relay trophies.

Scots PGC won the senior girls aggregate and senior relay trophies.

Assumption College won the junior boys relay trophy.

Allora State School students won an average of 2.83 points per student to win the average trophy from Scots PGC with Assumption third.

All but one of the age champions are trained by WIRAC coaches.



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