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Swim

 Founded in 1960, the Stingray Swim Team began competing in the Sacramento Placer County Swim League. The Stingrays switched over to the Valley Foothill Competitive Aquatic League (VFCAL) in 1965. The Stingrays enjoyed their years with the VFCAL and were crowned League Champions in 1977, 1980 and 1981. In 1993 they began competing in a newly formed league, Northern California Swim League (NCSL). This league is a compilation of teams from four area swim leagues that were looking for better parity in competition between teams. The NCSL grew to three conferences by 1994 and by 1999 added a fourth conference. Each year the conferences are evaluated and teams are shifted as necessary. The Stingrays were crowned Conference Champions of Mother Lode in 1994, swam for several years in the Gold Rush conference, and were shifted once again to the Mother Lode conference in 1999. In 2001, F.E.C. took 1st in dual meets and championships. In 2002 F.E.C. was shifted up into the Eureka conference, where they won the Championships in 2002 & 2003. In 2006 and 2007, the Stingrays took 2nd at Championships after going undefeated in dual meets in the Eureka conference. In 2008, after the addition of a fifth conference to the NCSL, the Stingrays were moved into the Gold Rush conference. In 2009, in the Eureka conference took 1st in dual meets and 3rd at Championships. In 2010, the team took 1st in Championships and dual meets.