Girls Varsity Swimmers End Season with Great Performances!
The Girls Varsity Swim team recorded numerous personal bests and demonstrated great sportsmanship at the IAAM Championship meet!
Congratulations to the BT Girls Varsity Swim team! Everyone swam their best at the season ending championship meet at Loyola University. Alana R. '21 recorded multiple personal bests and demonstrated great sportsmanship in cheering on both teammates and competitors. Elyana F. '20 recorded a personal best in the 50 freestyle and finished 4th in the 100 backstroke. Sophie G. '20 picked up a personal best in the 50 freestyle. Alexis L. '21 dropped 14 seconds in her 50 freestyle for a personal best. Nomi B. '21 recorded personal bests in both breaststroke and freestyle. Jenna F. '21 placed 3rd overall in the 50 freestyle and the 500 freestyle to earn a spot on the podium and two medals! In addition, she was awarded a character coin from Annapolis Area Christian School for her sportsmanship. Way to go to all of our swimming Warriors!!
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