March 9, 2023

Warrior Swim Team End-of-Season Awards

The Warrior swim team, both high school and middle school, had their end-of-season awards banquet last Friday, March 3. The team celebrated a successful season which included TAPPS state qualifications for all high school relay teams along with four individual qualifiers. The season also represented the highest number of swimmers in the program overall with 41 swimmers in grades 6–11 on the team. Coach Nugent and Coach Hamm are excited about the growing program and are looking for even more swimmers to be a part of the program next season.

End-of-Season Awards were given to the following swimmers:

High School

  • Timothy Awards – Zoe Brashier and Brody Johnson
  • Most Improved Awards – Annie Burgos and Will Simcik
  • Team Development Awards – Katie Schmitt and James Allen
  • Most Valuable Swimmers – Ali Richard and Brody Johnson

Middle School

  • Timothy Awards – Michelle Leyrer and David Achterkirch
  • Most Improved Awards – Karis Hamm and Joseph Lavergne
  • Most Valuable Swimmers – Alexa Stamos and Bowman Price

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