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Sink or swim for swim and dive

provided by Laura Huang
Swim hopes to create more success coming off top finishes in their last two meets. The team will travel to Bruce Eubanks Natatorium Thursday to take on Wakeland, Emerson, and Cleburne.

They’re called swimmers and divers, but recently members of the Redhawk swim team have been surfing the waves of success with 1st and 2nd place finishes in their last two meets. 

The team looks to continue this positive momentum as they compete against Wakeland, Emerson, and Cleburne 6 p.m. Thursday at the Bruce Eubanks Natatorium.

While their results have been overwhelmingly positive, head swim coach Zachariah Gnoza is quick to point out that the team cannot afford to rest on its laurels.

“We are about to ramp up our training and really start to buckle down and get ready to tackle the rest of our season,” Gnoza said. 

For senior Dionisio Vega Cabrera and many of his teammates, that means focusing on specific skills.

“I think a big thing we can improve on as a whole is learning how to sprint better,” Vega Cabrera said. “We need to learn how to hit the front part of the race harder.”

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Zachary Moland is a sophomore in his second year on Wingspan as a sports reporter. He is also a member of Academic Decathlon. Outside of school, Zachary is a Boy Scout working on his Eagle rank. He can also be found listening to music, reading, watching movies and TV shows, and car/plane-spotting. Contact Zachary:

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