PUSH TO THE END. Junior Valerie Campanalie competes in the 100 butterfly. photo/Megan Pirino

On Sept. 14, the girls’ swim team took on the Timber Creek Wolves at the Wadeview Pool, but fell short of a victory.

Starting the meet strong, juniors Valerie Campanalie and Chloe Conyers and seniors Victoria Pratt and Cardinal Hastings won the 200 medley relay (1:57.27). Keeping the consistency going, Campanalie took second in the 200 free (2:08.1) with junior Grace McGee falling behind in third (2:27.15). In the 200 individual medley, C. Hastings took third (2:27.15).

The meet continued with Conyers defeating all competitors in the 50 free (26.71). In the 100 fly, Campanalie took second (1:04.53) and C. Hastings followed in third (1:07.07).

The Lady Braves swim team accomplished another victory; Pratt won the 100 free (55.58). In the 500 free, junior Eleanor McDonald placed second (5:50.12).

Following the 500 free, sophomore River Hastings, Conyers, McDonald and McGee placed second in the 200 free relay (1:53.07). Pratt returned in the 100 back and won (1:02.47).

In the final races, McDonald placed third in the 100 breast (1:22.14), and Campanalie, McDonald, C. Hastings and Pratt finished strong in the 400 free relay. They placed second (3:59.94).

Despite a tough fight, the girls fell to the Wolves, 73-97. Come out and support the Lady Braves swim team as they take on Lake Brantley on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Lake Brantley.


By Jack Rummler

Hey! I am Jack Rummler, and I am a third year staffer and the senior editor in chief. Things I enjoy on the regular include: oatmeal, photography and my dachshund. I have a passion for the environment and making people giggle.

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