November 11, 2022

Warriors Compete in First Meet of the Season

The Warrior Swim Team competed in their first meet on Saturday, November 5. The competition included swimmers from CHSM, The Woodlands Christian and Frassati. The Warriors were well represented with 14 swimmers on the varsity team and placed in the top 10 in several events. Highlights include a third-place finish for Brody Johnson in the 100 Free and a top-five finish, along with Noah Utley, in the 100 Breast. Alison Richard and Zoe Brashier finished in the top 10 in the 50 Free and 100 Breast, respectively. Overall, it was a good showing in the team’s first meet.

The Warrior Swim Team has a lot of future potential with over 40 students involved in middle school and high school combined, the largest number in our school’s history. Both MS and HS will compete next Tuesday in Sugar Land at the Logos Prep/Fort Bend Academy Turkey Swim.

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