After a season made challenging by COVID-19, Girls Swim and Dive rallied to take second at the Suburban Conference championships at Belton High School last weekend.
“We had an amazing weekend and I'm so proud of these girls for all their hard work this season. They had so many season and lifetime bests. It was so fun to watch and see how excited and proud of themselves they were,” head coach Kara Liddle said.
“I'm impressed with our 2nd place finish behind a strong Belton team. Our divers had a great meet Thursday night and the swimmers carried the momentum Friday and Saturday. By no means was this an ideal season, but they overcame every obstacle put in front of them and finished so strong. I'm going to really miss this big group of Seniors but I'm also excited for our future as a program.”
Diver Hayden Meyer won the diving competition, with a state qualifying score of428.30. Diver Madison Rogers placed third.