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Swim breaks personal and school records at TISCA

Courtesy of @RedhawkSwimDive
Swim had a record breaking meet in the North Texas 5A TISCA Invitational. “Overall, the meet went well for the Redhawks,” head coach Zachariah Gnoza said.

After having a record-breaking 20 athletes qualify for the North Texas 5A TISCA Invitational at the Bruce Eubanks Natatorium Thursday and Friday, the Redhawk swim and dive team saw many of them set or break personal records. The boys placed 10th out of 20th, while the girls placed 8th as six relays and 20 swimmers returned for finals Saturday, with 12 of them placing within the top 16.

“Overall, the meet went well for the Redhawks,” head coach Zachariah Gnoza said. “For a two-day meet the kids really stepped it up on day two. Something we can do better is have the kids step up on day one and chase those top 16 or top 8 spots and then step up again on day two. This was a big meet with a lot of very fast swims, and the kids are really starting to come together as a whole. For most of them this was their first prelim/final meet and they crushed it.”

For senior Dionisio Vega Cabrera, TISCA was a highlight of his final season as a Redhawk swimmer.

“I’m proud of the team and how the meet went,” Vega Cabrera said. “The energy was great and the swims were even greater.”

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