Agates swimmers win againThe Agates swim squad pulled off another win this week against Ely/Tower-Soudan /Babbitt-Embarrass.
The Agates swim squad pulled off another win this week against Ely/Tower-Soudan /Babbitt-Embarrass.
“It’s always fun to take on BETA, over the years, they are a team that has always been at our level, which makes for a very exciting meet,” said Head Coach Tara Kasell.
Even though the team won, Kasell still sees need for improvement on the team.
“It’s mid season and times are starting to plateau and that can be frustrating for the girls, but we still had 11 time improvements at this meet, so that is encouraging,” Kasell said.
Next week should be a true test for the Agate swim squad.
“Next Tuesday we head up to Babbitt for there Triangular, which includes Chisholm as well,” Kasell said. “We have not won this meet and it to win it this year as been a huge goal of ours.”
Jennie Dwyer, Emily Riemer, Heather Fynboh, Rachel Spies won the 200 medley relay while Riemer won the 200 individual medley. Rebecca Ronning got first in diving while Fynboh won the 100 butterfly and Dwyer took first in the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke. The team of Ronning, Laura Fabini, Riemer and Andi Dahlgren also won the 200 free relay.