Boomer Elmsdale
Thu, February 15, 2024 at 18:45 PM
This season, the girls' swim team at Reedley High School is looking to make a big splash in the TCC League Championship. With a talented and dedicated group of swimmers, they are determined to take the title and showcase their hard work and dedication in the pool. We had the opportunity to speak with Coach Admin Admin about the team at Reedley High School and their goals for this season. From their training and recruitment efforts to the standout swimmers and captains, the coach gave us an inside look at the team's preparation for the upcoming season. One of the key focuses for the girls' swim team this year has been their off-season training. Coach Admin Admin shares, "We have been swimming in the off-season, recruiting new Freshman and working on recruiting divers." This dedication to training beyond the regular season shows the team's commitment to success and their desire to improve their skills. When it comes to standout swimmers, two returning seniors are expected to have a major impact on the team's success. Grace Tademy and Kanada Enns are both experienced and talented competitors who will play crucial roles in both relays and individual events. Coach Admin Admin states, "They will be a huge part of our relays, 200 and 100 Free. Kanada Enns is also a strong contender in the 50 and 100 Free." But it's not just the seniors who are making waves on the team. Juniors Sophia Milton and Chloe Haywood are also expected to make significant contributions to the relays and individual events. Their determination and skill will be key factors in the team's overall success this season. Adding to the team's strengths are two promising freshmen, Madison Nava and Emma-Lee Talley. These young swimmers are already showing their talent and Coach Admin Admin is confident that they will make an impact in both individual events and potentially relay spots. Along with their talented swimmers, Reedley High School's girls' swim team also has strong leadership in their captains, Kanada Enns and Grace Tademy. Coach Admin Admin praises their dedication and positive attitude, saying, "They both embody what a captain should act like. They attend practices every day, constantly pushing themselves in sets, and are great students who lead with a positive and fun attitude." With role models like Enns and Tademy, it's no wonder the rest of the team is motivated and focused on their goals.