The Sharks swim team held its annual year-end awards program July 10 at the Maryville Aquatic Center.
Top performers for the season are listed below.
Eight and under girls: Meah Schommer, most valuable; Annika Dobson, sportsmanship; Sofia Lynn, most improved.
Eight and under boys: AJ Dinsdale, most valuable; Will Sheil, sportsmanship; Jackson Dredge, most improved.
Nine to 10 girls: Aleighna Keller, most valuable; Jalea Price, sportsmanship; Nora Lindsday, most improved.
Nine to 10 boys: Jaxon Staples, most valuable; Ethan Evans, sportsmanship; Andrew Ferris, most improved.
Eleven to 12 girls: Grace Wright, most valuable; Athena Groumoutis, sportsmanship; Anna Schommer, most improved.
Eleven to 12 boys: Nino Coniglio, most valuable; Brayden Buck, sportsmanship; Cale Sterling, most improved.
Thirteen to 14 girls: Bailey Farnan, most valuable; Cailee Burg, sportsmanship; Megan Hoskey, most improved.
Thirteen to 14 boys: Donato Chesnut, most valuable; Matt Goodridge, sportsmanship; Justin Staples, most improved.
Fifteen to 18 girls: Morgan Goodridge, most valuable; Amberlea Auffert, sportsmanship.
Fifteen to 18 boys: Chad Sullivan, most valuable; Zach Staples, sportsmanship.
Record breakers: Jaxon Staples, 25 breast, IM; Nino Coniglio, 50 fly, 100 free; Bailey Farnan, 100 free; Lauren Macali, 50 breast.
Going the distance: Kelly Filips.
Louis Dyche: Morgan Goodridge, Donato Chesnut.