Girls swim team undefeated on Island

A perfect record propelled the girls to Island title.


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This fall season the girls swim team went undefeated winning the title of Island Champs for the first time in many years. They also, yet again, qualified for playoffs and individuals A and B champs. Co-Captain Megan Hourican said, “winning Island Champs felt unreal. I’ve been a member of this team for all my four years and this is the best we’ve ever done. I could not be more proud of my team and all we were able to accomplish.” Not only did the girls win Island Champs and qualify for playoffs but they also had four individual swimmers break multiple records. Shamiya Guirre, a sophomore swimmer, broke multiple school records, including the backstroke and butterfly. She has also qualified for the state competition in 100 backstroke. Along with Guirre, her teammates Angelica Mroczek, Tatiana Mrocezk, and Anna Mcdonald worked together during meets to break the 200 freestyle relay record.

This girls swim season will live on in Curtis sports history, not only because of the strong leadership by Coach Ellen Kaht and Captains Megan Hourican and Allison Kaht, but also because of the true Curtis team spirit and victorious attitudes displayed by all the girls.

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