July 10, 2016
Swimmers & Families,
We had our first win of the season, beating Dearbought 369-263. Great job, Barracudas! I liked that I saw a lot of good technique this week, and I saw many areas where we can improve. We only have two weeks left in the season, so be sure to work hard! Thank you to all of the parent volunteers who made our second home meet a success, and to the Pilkingtons for opening up their home for the parent gathering.
Coach Robby: Another great meet! More and more improvement each week! The hard work in practices is really showing. Keep up the good work in this coming week as we end the dual meet season!
Coach Reilly: Wow! Everyone did amazing Saturday! I’m so proud of all the improvements I’m seeing. I can’t wait to see all the hard work you guys put in this week and how everyone does at our last regular season meet. Nice job, everyone!
Coach Raegan: Amazing job this weekend! I am so proud of every single swimmer. There was a ton of improvement and I am so happy to see people trying new things and excelling. All of the hard work is paying off! I can’t wait to see how well everyone does at the next meet! Once again, amazing job!
Coach Kayla: Awesome job, everyone! I’m so proud of all the kids. I saw a lot of improvement and I also saw a lot of people trying new things like flip turns. Great job to everyone that did their best and I’ll see you in practice!
New All-Star qualifiers this week are:
Kayla Hodor – 100 Free
Campbelll Caldwell – 100 IM
Maddy Harshman – 25 Free
Alex Smith – 25 Breast
Raegan Corcoran – 100 Free
This week our Swimmers of the Week are Gabi Wolf, Hugh Winchester-Dodman, Campbell Caldwell, Ava Wilson, Nina Hodos and Declan Kehlbeck. Good job!
- This week our meet is with Brunswick, which has only a 4 lane pool. Because of this, swimmers may only swim 3 events and a relay.
- On Thursday, the team will meet at9:45am at the Holiday Cinemas to watch “The Bee Movie”. Cost is $1, Siblings & parents are welcome to join in.