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CRHS Swim Team breaks school records

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CRHS Swim Team at Districts

As of October 18th, 2023, Canyon Ridge High School swimmers have broken ten school records, and thirteen swimmers made their way to State on November 2nd.

On October 18th, Chaz Attebury broke five records. Attebury broke the 100 breaststroke, with a time of 1:06:1. He also broke the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:02. The last school record for 100 breaststroke was 1:08.30 which was made by A. Dixon in 2017 and the 100 backstroke was 1:03.55 which was made by B. Thomas in 2020.

Attebury is a sophomore at CRHS, and plans to break any new records next year, he stated, “I’ll break the ones I haven’t gotten and then improve the ones that I do have.”

On October 25th at the Twin Falls Swimming Invitational, Paige Rashke, Elizabeth Reid, Isabelle Reid, and Breanna Williams broke a previous 200-freestyle relay record making the new record 1:51:89. The last school record in this event was 2:21.36 which was set by C. Crist, T. Willsey, O. Hall, and T. Cameron back in 2017.

When Rashke, a junior at CRHS, was asked how she felt about making new swim records she stated, “It feels good. I mean some of them, they’re kinda easy to break. No offense to the old swimmers, but those were made in 2018-2019. It feels good to break school records.”

Michael Ashby, the head swim coach, mentioned that [the swim team] is “…taking more swimmers to State than they ever before.”

Coach Ashby stated that he had two goals for the swimmers which were: 1) Take as many swimmers to State as possible and 2) To bring back higher scores from State.

On November 2nd, the thirteen CRHS swimmers went to Boise for State competition. The Boy’s swim team ranked seventh overall, while the Girl’s swim team ranked 24th overall.

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I am a staff reporter for the Riverhawk Review. I am in my Junior year and a new journalism team member. I'm grateful for the chance to work with everyone on the team.

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