Swim defeats Trail Blazers but fall to Titians

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Coming off after break, the swim team had split results. With both teams beating Lebanon Trail, and both teams falling to Centennial.

Harley Classe, Assistant Sports Editor

The Redhawks swim team brought home mixed results at Tuesday’s meet as both the boys (137-43) and the girls (96-80) earned wins over Lebanon Trail, while both squads lost to Centennial.

Though the boys team came extremely close to a second win (114-111), coach Nicholas Dion feels his team gave it their all despite the close scores.

“I think our team’s strength is our mental approach to racing,” Dion said via email. “Our kids never seem intimidated by their opponent or what event they are in.”

For junior Keith Taylor, this meet is just what he needs to motivate himself to push harder next time.

“The predictions for our next meet is dropping time, even if it’s just a few milliseconds it’s still a drop,” Taylor said via text. “We all have been working hard so I’m happy to see what we can do.”