ALL SMILES: The age champions of the Stanthorpe State High School swimming carnival.
ALL SMILES: The age champions of the Stanthorpe State High School swimming carnival. Liana Turner

Swimming records shattered at carnival

Stanthorpe State High School has awarded its swimming champions.

The school's swimming carnival was held on Friday, February 17 and the awards were presented last Friday.

Ben Armbruster, Hannah McMeniman and Brooke O'Brien all broke records.

AGE CHAMPIONS

12 year girls

Champion: Kiara Smith (Withers)

Runner-up: Tessa Pascoe (Langan)

12 year boys

Champion: Mike Repo (Withers)

Runner-up: Kyle McCarthy and Seth Van Doren (Finch)

13 year girls

Champion: Brooke O'Brien (Wright)

Runner-up: Lara Tomkins (Finch) and Harriet Morgan (Langan)

13 year boys

Champion: Noah Walker (Langan)

Runner-up: Harry Whitaker (Finch)

14 years girls

Champion: Hannah McMeniman (Finch)

Runner-up: Taryn Hines (Finch)

14 year boys

Champion: Ky Rashleigh (Withers)

Runner-up: Fletcher Pascoe (Langan)

15 year girls

Champion: Patrice Hughes (Langan)

Runner-up: Alana Smith (Withers)

15 year boys

Champion: Ben Armbruster (Finch)

Runner-up: Daniel McMeniman (Finch)

16 year girls

Champion: Morgan O'Brien (Wright)

Runner-up: Georgia Williams (Langan)

16 year boys

Champion: Travis Wallace (Wright)

Runner-up: Jake Burnell (Finch)

17/18 year girls

Champion: Jacqueline Cantrel (Withers)

Runner-up: Samantha Gianini (Finch)

17/18 year boys

Champion: Zac Knight (Langan)

Runner-up: Asbjorn Gaskell (Withers)

OVERALL POINTS

Participation points: Finch (673)

Championship points: Withers (589)

Total points: Finch

Relay points: Withers (97)

Best House: Langan

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