KO Swimming Striving for Success
The high school swim team is one of the proud sports at Keystone Oaks.
So far the season is going pretty well, you have your wins and you have your losses, that's what makes you human. As of right now the team has high hopes for the rest of the season.
“Everybody seems to be ready to work hard and is hungry to get better, not to mention the excitement for competition,” explained 11th grader, Dani Sakulsky.
Just like wins and losses, the team has strengths and weaknesses. The team all agreed on what they are.
“Putting ourselves down would be our weakness,” said junior Zander Davis.
Other than their weaknesses, their strengths are the most important.
“[Our strength is} how well we work together and how we push each other,” said sophomore Momoko Munnell.
Even with every win there is a loss. The team said their season is going great. They lost their first meet, but many more are to come, and they have high hopes.
One of the best things about being on a team is helping each other and keeping your spirits high.
“I think all the meets were good,” explained Jenna Pierce, a tenth grader at Keystone Oaks.
Just like other schools, Keystone Oaks has their fiercest competitors. And for the swim team, most said the same.
“I would have to say Hopewell might have been the best thus far,” said Junior Savanna Grossman.
Overall, the Keystone Oaks swim team has been having a great season and can't wait for what's to come.