Hounds Swim at Districts, McCoy Swimmer of the Meet
This weekend the Girls' Swim Team travelled to Ellensburg to compete at the Districts Meet. Taylor McCoy continued her dominance by breaking a district record in the 100 meter backstroke. The medley relay team of Courtni Larsen, Taylor McCoy, Rose Jao and Carolin Brock finished first in their relay. For more information on this meet the Seattle Times' article link is below:
The Hounds had their last regular season meet on Saturday, earning the title of Great Northern League Champs. The Hounds came out on top with seniors Courtni Larsen and Rose Jao leading the team, each finishing extremely well in their respective events. There were three relays that qualified for state as well as seven individuals. With 14 times hoping to qualify for state with their performances in districts. The girls start their first day of districts this Friday in Ellensburg. .
Hounds Sweep The Vikings
The Hounds sweep the Vikings and Bantams with ease, with a hound finishing first in every event. A couple of the top finishers were Seniors Courtni Larsen and Rose Jao along with Sophmores Taylor McCoy and Caroline Brock who won their respective events. The Hounds 200 meter relay was only two seconds off breaking the school record. The Hounds push forword with hopes to go far in the post season. The Hounds next meet is at the PAC against Cheney which starts at 1:00 on Saturday.
Greyhounds Qualify For State
The Greyhounds traveled to Ellensburg coming off a great performance in Prosser. A few Hounds were able to qualify for state including sophmores Caroline Brock (200 yd. Freestyle, and 500 yd. Freestyle), and Taylor McCoy (50 yd. Freestyle and 100 yd. Freestyle). Seniors Rose Jao and Courtni Larsen were also able to qualify for state with amazing times in the 100 yd. Backstroke (Jao) and the 100 yd. Breaststroke (Larsen). All four girls were also able to qualify in the 200 yd. Free Relay with a time of 1:46:64, and the 400 yd. Free Relay with a time of 3:53:71. The season looks to be progressing for the Hounds, hoping to add a few more representatives at state.