Cathedral Varsity Girls win 6th straight Western League Championship

The Cathedral Catholic Lady Dons completed their regular swimming season on a recent Thursday with a record win. Head coach Jeff Owen led the girls’ varsity team to its sixth year in a row victory. This was a school record and Western League record. Senior co-captains Roz Kackman and Molly Barry led their team to victory during the season. Roz will be attending University of Pacific in the fall and Molly will be attending University of Notre Dame. Both will be swimming for their colleges.

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