Rehoboth Shines at ACC Swimming Carnival
Wow, what an awesome third season to Rehoboth’s participation with the Associated and Catholic Colleges competitions.
Last week’s Swimming Carnival (Monday 18 March) was a resounding success with so many students being involved. Our God of joyful blessings yet again made a Swimming Carnival a time of celebration for our school community as we shared our skills, efforts and enthusiasm, working together in our teams for the benefit and joy of the whole community.
Rehoboth Christian College were the of the ACC (H Division) Swimming Carnival.
Rehoboth the Combined Aggregate and also the Girls and Boys Aggregate Shields
|School||Boys Score||Girls Score||Total|
Age Champions, Representative Team and Record Breakers
The ACC does not announce age championship winners at the carnivals. Championship winners are posted on their website after the carnival and competitors each receive a certificate of acknowledgment.
Following the series of carnivals, the ACC will compare all results and select an honorary All-Star team of the best performers in each event across all carnival divisions. Students selected in the All-Star team will receive a pin badge and certificate of acknowledgment from the ACC. Any student that sets or equals a record at an ACC carnival will also be presented with a certificate of acknowledgement after the carnivals.
All the results from the H Division Swimming Carnival are available on the ACC website.
Top Scoring Competitors
|1st||Filippos Stergiou||St Andrew's||50|
|4th||Michael Altieri||Court Grammar||38|
|2nd||Charlee Eaves||Court Grammar||47|
|1st||Konstantinos Stergiou||St Andrew's||52|
|3rd||Pranav Meghani||St Andrew's||36|
|3rd||Amber Caddy||Court Grammar||31|
|4th||Ewan van de Nadort||Mundaring||33|
Overall team results and Age Champions were also published in The West Australian on 19 March in the brief sports section.
I thank the teachers and parents who were giving so generously of their time to help make the carnival a wonderful day and the students who were working hard to encourage team spirit and sportsmanship. All officials were impressed by the behaviour, sportsmanship and team camaraderie shown by the Rehoboth team and this made for a very enjoyable day for all involved.
May we all continue to grow together in a spirit of joy and love in our continued ventures with the ACC. It’s with great anticipation that we look forward to the ACC Cross-Country in Term 2 and Athletics in Term 3.