Swim Takes the Lead

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Swim Takes the Lead

Swim coach Mrs. Livengood poses with their trophy after a successful meet.

Swim coach Mrs. Livengood poses with their trophy after a successful meet.

Courtesy of Mrs. Anne-Marie Livengood

Swim coach Mrs. Livengood poses with their trophy after a successful meet.

Courtesy of Mrs. Anne-Marie Livengood

Courtesy of Mrs. Anne-Marie Livengood

Swim coach Mrs. Livengood poses with their trophy after a successful meet.

Abigail Muddiman

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We had a great Holiday Hundreds! Not only taking first in the food drive but third out of eleven overall for both men and women is a huge accomplishment. On point or dropped times were very much in style, and there were so many state cuts, we are now honorary members of the Dollar Shave Club. On to the highlight reel!

The people in the state cuts are Ben, “Not Benny, but Benny” Huffman: 200 IM and 100 back, Ryan, “Never Late to the party” Cunningham: 100 fly, and Jack “Twin Wrangler” Cataneo: 100 free.

Noteworthy performances were made by Claire “The Overload” Lord: shedding a mere 28 seconds from her 100 backstroke.

At times being the newbie is not so bad. Caitlyn “The Titan” Scott: throwing the 1:30 time mark to the side with ease and cooking to a new best 100 free time.

Mason “The Machine” Carman who lost 19 seconds from his 100 breaststroke like he is getting paid for it (which he is not).

Ian “Another step forward” Spencer shedding 36 seconds (this is more than the longest commercial on the hit game candy crush) from his 100-breaststroke time proving that anything is possible.

What a great time it was, and we even got to scout all the regional competition at once as a bonus, for now back to the grind, dryland, and hopefully not too many cookies. #team16

Courtesy of Mrs. Anne-Marie Livengood, swim coach