Boys prepare for another record-breaking swim season


Jayy Emery

Senior Kyle Shock is a co-captain of this year’s swim team.

Boys swim season is right around the corner and they are looking to continue their success.

While the 200 relay team missed breaking the school record the weekend of the division meet, the boys came through at their last chance meet and broke it with a time of 1:35.26.

With the loss of alumnus Charlie Fromm from last year’s relay team, this year senior Kyle Shock, senior Josh Anderson, and junior Ian Wasilewski will add senior Elijah Huyghe to their 200 team.

“I’m super excited for the season,” Huyghe said. “We expect to win our division.”

Last year they took third place in their divisional meet and felt accomplished. The team is hungry for more though, their goal this year is to bump up to first place in the division.

“It’s going to be an exciting season,” Anderson said. “I’m looking forward to seeing how the rookies on our team turn out this season.”

The team is of junior and senior majority with most of their team will not be returning, so they expect this year to be a successful one with all the experienced swimmers.

The team is hoping to have an even better year coming off the 7-4 record they had in the 2016-2017 season.

“I’m excited to see how the team performs this year,” junior Jacob Joseph said. “I’m a proud supporter of the team.”

Fans from the school and the swimmers themselves are very excited for the season and everyone expects this season to be one to remember.