Tahoma Girls Swimming & Diving: Won West Central District III 4A: VOICE of the Valley


The 2021-22 Tahoma HS Girls Swim and Dive Team represents qualities of collaboration, collective hard work, teamwork and togetherness. They went undefeated in their district. The 2021-22 Tahoma HS Girls Swim and Dive Team represents qualities of collaboration, collective hard work, teamwork and togetherness. They went undefeated in their district, won the West Central District III 4A Meet for the first time and, even more impressively, won the 4A State Championship trophy. Additionally, the team broke several school records (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, 200 IM) and qualified eight swimmers for state championships. The team has over 30 swimmers, including 11 seniors who spent the majority of their teenage and teenage years in the water, swimming thousands of miles.

This incredible year represents the culmination of their hard work, team bond and dedication to a sport. At Tahoma, swimming cheers are a tradition and the same cheers go back many years as an iconic tribute to current team members, as well as those who have swum for Tahoma in years past. Outside of the water, many girls take Honors and AP courses as well as Running Start. Their cumulative GPA is 3.7 and many of these girls hold leadership positions within their community and high school, including ASB, and student clubs (DECA, Drama, We the People, etc.). It goes without saying that this team is truly exceptional and deserves the WIAA Team of the Month award. eet for the first time, and even more impressively, won the 4A State Championship trophy. Additionally, the team broke several school records (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, 200 IM) and qualified eight swimmers for state championships. The team has over 30 swimmers, including 11 seniors who spent the majority of their teenage and teenage years in the water, swimming thousands of miles. This incredible year represents the culmination of their hard work, team bond and dedication to a sport.

At Tahoma, swimming cheers are a tradition and the same cheers go back many years as an iconic tribute to current team members, as well as those who have swum for Tahoma in years past. Outside of the water, many girls take Honors and AP courses as well as Running Start. Their cumulative GPA is 3.7 and many of these girls hold leadership positions within their community and high school, including ASB, and student clubs (DECA, Drama, We the People, etc.). It goes without saying that this team is truly exceptional and deserves the WIAA Team of the Month award.

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