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Swimming To Success: Flying to the finish line, junior Mia Kriltchev, girls varsity swimmer aims for victory at the South swim meet against Fremd. South beat Fremd with a final score of 95-93 on the varsity level.

Girls’ Swim aims to achieve individual goals

Dani Car, asst. sports editor
October 4, 2019

The thunderous roar of splashing water echoes throughout the South pool, deafening the ears of eager onlookers. Cheering crowds stand up and shout with triumph as senior Caroline DiCesare pulls ahead,...

DIVING ME CRAZY:  Beginning her event, junior Leza Bergin competes against Niles West on Oct. 27. The Titans defeated the Wolves 94-92 and celebrated the class of 2018 at their senior night.

Women’s swim & dive looks to qualify for State

Emily Bauer , staff reporter
November 10, 2017

The GBS women’s swim team is back in the pool this fall with several victories already including against competitors such as GBN and Evanston. As the season progresses, the team hopes to continue succeeding...

Soaring,  Flying: Looking towards the wall, senior Allison Wyland takes a breath as she swims her 100-yard butterfly at the Spartan Sprint Classic Invite on Sept. 17. The Titans placed 4th in the invite; they also beat GBN in a dual meet on Sept. 16 by a score of 104-82.

Women’s swim & dive conquers GBN

Sophie Vick, asst.sports editor
September 30, 2016

The GBS women’s swimming team, led by head coach Keith MacDonald, kicked off their season with a 4th place finish out of 13 teams, at the Lake Forest Invitational. The team has a current record of 2-1...

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