Swimming like they mean it at HHS

Staff Report
November 29, 2006 at 1:34 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Congratulations to the following Hahnville High School students who will represent their school at the Metro and State Swim meets:


Metro Swimmers:

Women

Helen Aucoin – 100 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Shanon Briner – 200 yd. Freestyle; Kirstie Fletcher – 100 yd. Breaststroke, Relays; Taylor Haley – Relays; Savannah Newman – 200 yd. Freestyle, 100 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Kayla Prestenback – 200 yd. Freestyle, Relays

Men

Joshua Baker – Relays; Nick Massimini – 200 yd. Individual Medley, 50 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Vinnie Massimini – Relays; Derek Nyblom – Relays; Mike Voisel – Relays; Andrew Wood – 50 yd. Freestyle, 100 yd. Freestyle

State Swimmers:

Women

Helen Aucoin – 50 yd. Freestyle, 100 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Shanon Briner – 50 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Kirstie Fletcher – 50 yd. Freestyle, 100 yd. Breaststroke, Relays; Taylor Haley – 50 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Savannah Newman – 200 yd. Freestyle, 100 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Kayla Prestenback – 100 yd. Butterfly, Relays

Men

Joshua Baker – Relays; Nick Massimini – 200 yd. Individual Medley, 50 yd. Freestyle, Relays; Vinnie Massimini – Relays; Derek Nyblom – Relays; Mike Voisel – Relays; Andrew Wood – 50 yd. Freestyle, Relays




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