A small group of swimmers, decked out in red and white, sat together after the prelims of the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships. The group sat together, joked, tried to work on British accents, and enjoyed every second of the moment. Williamsport’s young crop of swimmers adjusted after a tough first day in the pool.
On the final day of his high school swimming career, Montoursville’s Sam Jordan made a statement. Jordan entered the event as the second-best backstroke swimmer in Districts 4, but he proved to be much more than that as he posted a 52.91 at the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships. The time, which was nearly a
Mallory Pardoe touched the wall, quickly looked up as her teammate Elisa Dinicola jumped into the water, and simply waited as the rest of the 400 free relay was completed. Her teammates, Isabelle Griswold, and Lydia Smith along with Dinicola excelled through the race, taking on the best teams District 2 had to offer. When
The District 4 Swimming and Diving Championships open this week with plenty of local swimmers hoping to either repeat or reach the podium for the first time. The two-day event at Williamsport features the best swimmers the District has to offer. These are the races we’ve all been thinking about throughout the year, and there