TPHS Girls Swim Team wins CIF Division I Championship

TPHS Lady Falcons swim team won San Diego Section CIF Division I title this past weekend at Granite Hills High School for the fifth consecutive year under the leadership of head coach Richard Contreras. Front row: Marissa Woytowitz, Lindsey Anderson, Katherine Lauerman; Second row: Kelsey Loy (asst. coach), Richard Contreras (head coach), Christy Collins, Julia Seacat, Pina Simone, Crystal Lore, Kathryn Yang, Bela Boese, Julee Keenan-Rivers.

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