Girls swim team is small but mighty

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Girls swim team is small but mighty

Reagan Geihsler, Reporter

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The girls swim team doesn’t have very many girls that are out. There are only 12, and almost half of them are freshman.

Almost every single girl that is on the swim team, swims year round and are very experienced and know what they are doing.

Although they don’t have very many girls compared to other schools, they have more than they did last year. “It really helps to have more swimmers than last year because the larger the size of the team the more options to score more points and it gives the coaches more options for relays.” said Junior Annie Ewing.

The girls are very good, and the freshman will be a great addition to the team this season. Many of the girls on the team have a great chance of improving and possibly making it to state even.

Since there isn’t a pool at Central, the Central girls have to practice at South. That means that they have to practice with South swimmers as well.

“Practicing with South is enjoyable because we push each other in practice and cheer for each other at meets.” said Ewing and freshman Karter Fuller.

“I really like the coaches and my teammates.” says Fuller. The swim coaches have a lot of experience with swimming, both of them swam competitively beyond high school.

“Our coaches do an amazing job of pushing us every single day while making practices fun” says Ewing.

They are all excited to see how the season goes and to watch the team improve together and individually. The team has many goals for this year and can’t wait to compete.

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