The Salmon Arm Sockeyes continued their great form in the pool at the regionals in Kamloops last weekend.
The team of 56 swimmers combined to place third in the overall event.
The Sockeyes claimed the top spot on the podium in the boys divisions, while the girls picked up third place.
Swimmers competed for positions to represent the regional team that will compete in the upcoming BC Summer Swimming Association Provincial Championships being held in Victoria at the end of the month.
In total, 36 Sockeyes earned places on the Okanagan Regional team with a total of 27 swimmers qualifying for individual races.
In division two, Julianne Moore broke the regional record in the 50-metre breaststroke.
In the open category, coming off an impressive showing at the Canadian Junior Nationals was Chantal Jeffery.
Jeffery broke records in both the 100-m butterfly and 200-m individual medley.
In division six, Tricia Fair broke records in all four of her events, 50-m freestyle, 50-m butterfly, 100-m freestyle, and 100-m butterfly.
Stephen Moore broke the 100-m breaststroke for division six boys.
Brayden Gilliam broke division seven records in both the 50-m butterfly and 100-m butterfly.
The Sockeyes continue to train in preparation for the BCSSA Provincial Championships at the end of August.