TPHS Girls Swim Team tops at Palomar League Championship

The Torrey Pines High School Lady Falcons won the Palomar League Championship recently at Mt. Carmel High School for the sixth consecutive year. Kathryn Yang, girls team captain (front row center), accepted the award on behalf of the team.

Coach Richard Contreras (above, third row center) has taken the team to victory all six years.

(Above) Front row: Bela Boese, Christy Collins, Katie Page, Kathryn Yang, Julia Seacat, Marissa Woytowitz, Julee Keenan-Rivers

Second row: Kaitlyn Rosenthal, Carleigh Karen, Connie Chen, Alexis Nava, Tiffany Chan, Natasha Rosenthal, Katherine Lauerman, Pina Simone, (asst. coach) Kesley Loy

Third row: (Head coach) Richard Contreras, Lindsey Anderson, Crystal Lore

Related posts:

  1. TPHS Girls Basketball Team wraps up winning Palomar League season
  2. TPHS Girls Soccer Palomar League Champions
  3. Canyon Crest Academy girls tennis team wins Valley League championship
  4. Rancho San Dieguito Swim Team wins San Diego Junior Olympics Championship
  5. TPHS Junior Varsity Rugby team wins fourth championship

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