California News Admin
Wed, February 7, 2024 at 11:05 AM
The Reedley High School girls’ swimming team is gearing up for what is sure to be an exciting season. With a strong focus on training and recruiting new talent, this year’s team is determined to be a force to be reckoned with. We had the opportunity to sit down with Coach Admin Admin to get a preview of what we can expect from the team this season. Under his leadership, the girls’ team is setting their sights on winning the TCC League Championship. This is no easy feat, but Coach Admin Admin believes that with hard work and determination, they have a good chance of achieving their goal. “We have been swimming in the off season, recruiting new Freshman, and working on recruiting divers,” he shares. It’s clear that the team is putting in the effort to make this season a success. When asked about the key to success for the team this season, Coach Admin Admin stresses the importance of teamwork. “Our success will depend on our ability to work together and support each other,” he says. “We have a good mix of returning players and new additions to the team, and our goal is to build a strong bond that will help us achieve our goals.” Speaking of the returning players, the team has some talented athletes who will undoubtedly make an impact this season. According to Coach Admin Admin, senior Grace Tademy and junior Kanada Enns are two key players to watch out for. “Grace will be a huge part of our relays, 200 and 100 Free,” he says. “And Kanada will also be a big part of our relays and our 50 and 100 Free.” Their experience and skill will be vital for the team’s success this season. In addition to these two top players, the team also has two other juniors – Sophia Milton and Chloe Haywood – who will contribute immensely to both the relays and individual events. With a strong line-up of returning players, it’s clear that the team has a solid foundation to build upon this season. But it’s not just the returning players who will make an impact on the team. Coach Admin Admin is also keeping an eye on two talented freshmen – Madison Nava and Emma-Lee Talley. “They will support the team with their individual events and possible relay spots,” he shares. These new additions to the team will certainly add depth and strength to the lineup, and we can expect to see great things from them on the pool deck. When it