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“What happened last night couldn’t happen to a nicer kid,” he said.
A ‘stunning victory.’
He’ll compete on the liberal arts college’s swim team.
Swimmers make a splash.
North Carolina and Fairbanks are a little further than a 1650-yard race away.
Even a warm winter means a cold swim.
‘We have a really all-around solid girls team.’
Not your typical morning swim.
Next question, please.
It started small and grew.
Both of Juneau’s boys teams finished in the top 10.
Juneau-Douglas High School senior Tyler Weldon capped his high school career with an exhilarating podium finish at the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska Swim & Dive… Continue reading
Juneau swimmers will be well-represented at the state swim and dive championships on Friday and Saturday at Barlett High School in Anchorage. The Region V… Continue reading
The Juneau-Douglas High School boys swim and dive team ran away with their first Region V championship in eight years on Saturday in Petersburg. They… Continue reading
It’s about an hour into a weekday diving practice at Augustus Brown Swimming Pool. Thunder Mountain High School coach Savona Kiessling takes her eyes off… Continue reading
The Juneau-Douglas High School boys swim team leapfrogged Sitka in their second meet of the weekend on Saturday at Ketchikan’s Gateway Aquatic Center. After finishing… Continue reading
The Juneau-Douglas High School boys took two out of the three relays and finished as the runner-up at Ketchikan Invitational Swim Meet on Friday at… Continue reading