Record-breaking swim

On Nov. 23, the SHS girls swim team beat Roncalli 114 to 59 and broke a 26 year old record, while the boys swim team fell short and lost 89 to 60.

Junior Avery Tucker rests on the edge of the pool after finishing the 200 yard freestyle.
Senior Daniel Hiller performs the breaststroke during the third pass of the 200 yard IM. He won the event, ending with a time of 2:10.12.
Senior Emme Egan puts her face covering back on and walks to the pool deck after winning the 50 yard freestyle.
Senior Sophie Mitchell stretches during a 10 minute intermission before returning to the pool to warm up.
Freshman Noah Diallo holds onto his lead in a head-to-head race during the 100 yard butterfly.
Junior Caroline Reinke holds the lap counter underwater for Mitchell during the 500 yard freestyle.
Junior Clark Wilson takes his mark on the starting block before competing in the 500 yard freestyle.
Reinke (left) and junior Samantha Cox (right) social distance on the pool deck while watching their team and waiting for their events.
Head coach Matt Jeffries instructs the swimmers from the pool deck.
Cox breaks the surface of the water during the 100 yard backstroke.
Senior Blake Kottlowski jumps up and down at the far end of the pool to cheer on his teammates.
Junior Maddie Jarvis (left), Egan (center) and Reinke (right) stand by the blocks while their relay teammate, Karlie Dodd, swims. The girls 400 freestyle relay team broke a 26-year-old school record by 4.94 seconds, swimming a 3:42.06.
Kottlowski and Hiller celebrate with the girls 400 free relay team.