Santiago/Corona Boys Junior Varsity Swimming

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Huge Santiago Swim Updates! (Alumni Meet, Redlands, Beckman, and More!)

Hello! This post contains the results from the few meets we have had thus far, including some other news as well! Alumni Meet Our Alumni Meet was fun and something that will hopefully become a tradition. Some of our current Sharks swam best times! We had several alumni there (including your very own Coach Kate

An amazing weekend for Santiago Swim!

Another couple of wins for the Santiago Swim Team! At their meet against Norco High School on April 12th, the Sharks won on every level (JV boys/girls and V boys/girls). They swam well and some gained lifetime bests. Congrats to Steven Hernandez for dropping 20 seconds in his 500 freestyle. Some CIF cuts were made,

Another Shark earns her CIF cut!

Our only diver (represent!), Madi DeRuyter, recently participated in two different dive meets. One took place on the 24th of March and the other was this past weekend on the 8th of April. Madi trains hard daily with her dive club in Riverside. Looks like the hard work paid off! On the 8th, she got

Two more big wins for the Santiago Swim Team!

The Santiago Swim Team had an away meet on Friday the 17th at Beckman High School. Many of the Sharks swam life-time bests, resulting in a complete sweep over Beckman. The Sharks fought hard and left with a victory. Some great swims, qualifying for CIF, include Mirai Adams’ 200 Freestyle (1:56) and 500 Freestyle (5:15.53),

Santiago wins first league meet!!

It looks like the Santiago Swim Team has another win under their belt! The Sharks were definitely challenged by King High School, considering the Wolves are one of Santiago’s biggest competitors in swimming. However, that did not stop the Sharks from giving their all and leaving everything in the pool. All four teams (JV boys

Santiago wins first dual home meet against Redlands High School!

The Santiago Swim Team had their first home meet yesterday against Redlands High School. This school is tough and has a very strong boys team. However, that did not stop our Sharks from giving their all in the pool and leaving with a victory. They had some personal best times at this meet, some including