January 27, 2022

Middle School Swim Had a Great Season

The CCS middle school swim team ended its 2021-2022 season with a very strong performance at the Southeast Texas Private Middle School Championships on January 20. The Warriors finished fourth in the team competition, and most impressively set 20 personal best times during the meet. Top 10 finishes in individual competition were:

David Achterkirch – 6th (100 Free)

Remi Brashier – 6th (100 Individual Medley), 5th (50 Back)

Zoe Brashier – 8th (50 Breast)

Grace Melancon – 6th (200 Free)

Lexi Stamos – 6th (100 Free), 4th (50 Butterfly)

Guy Stamos – 2nd (50 Back), 3rd (50 Butterfly)

Peyton Whitmarsh – 1st (50 Butterfly), 1st (50 Back)

Other team members included: Madeline Boctor, Sophie Boctor, Lydia Duphorne, Kayla Geyer, Arianna Guajardo, Mariella Lee, Caitlin Melancon, Emma Oliverson, Sarah Swan and Sydney Swan.

Way to go, Warriors! Congratulations on a great swim season!


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