Blue Marlins Swim Club’s known stalwarts Seth Byron, Kennice Greene and Zariel Nelson have now been joined by Hazen Da Briel.
Dabreo copped the 8 and Under Overall Champ as well as the Sprint Champ in that age group in the CGM Gallagher Invitational Swim Meet at Shrewsbury Aquatic Centre earlier this month.
Da Briel managed 10 medals (9 gold and 1 silver).
Kennice Greene came away with the Girls 9 – 10 Overall Champ by gaining 13 medals (7 gold and 5 silver).
Zariel Nelson achieved 12 medals (1 gold 3 silver and 8 bronze).
Adiah Phillips gained an impressive 11 medals (3 gold 4 silver and 4 bronze). Jaynika Williams gained 9 medals (3 silver, 6 bronze).
Rhema Robinson amassed 7 medals (1 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze).
Not to be outdone by the females, Seth Byron attained 8 medals (3 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze).
Rounding out the top swimmers were Tyler Robinson with 8 medals; Zaryah Samuel gained 3 medals, Taeyah St. Hillaire and Sarah Foster with 2 bronze medals and Jemani Robinson and Matthew Ballah with 1 bronze medal each.
Other competing swimmers swam personal best times. They are: Nicholas DeFreitas, Tai Joseph, Kelsea Nichols, Kai Marks-Dasent, Christian John, Dylan Pretli, Lauren DeRoche, Josel Da Silva, Kevisha Richardson, Breana Bruce, Trevion Burgin, Julian DeFreitas, Sebastian DeFreitas, Jayden Thomas, Jval Adams, Konje Findlay, Rhonyah Jack, Jnea Troy, Carter Francis, Olivia Aussi, Corey Walker, Wyze Oliver, Spiro Aussi, Kyle Shallow, and Keonj Findlay.
Several swimmers will now go on to other regional and international meets, having achieved the qualifying standard set by the Swimming Federation.
The club said that the interest in swimming continues to grow as seen by the numbers training with them on weekdays and Saturday afternoons. “Whether recreational, fitness and health or competitive swimming, the sport continues to attract the young and young at heart alike. The Blue Marlins Swim Club continues to initiate swimmers as they grow into champions,” the club said.