TFS swim marks reset in Atlanta

  • Submitted photo by Tallulah Falls School The boys 200 medley relay team is comprised of seniors Caden Griffis of Tallulah Falls, Hunter Weyrich of Alto, John Nichols of Clarkesville, and Riley Barron of Roswell. The boys swam to a sixth-place finish in 1:39.98.
    Submitted photo by Tallulah Falls School The boys 200 medley relay team is comprised of seniors Caden Griffis of Tallulah Falls, Hunter Weyrich of Alto, John Nichols of Clarkesville, and Riley Barron of Roswell. The boys swam to a sixth-place finish in 1:39.98.
  • Submitted photo by Tallulah Falls School The relay team of freshman Samantha Hartman of Clermont, junior Halle Weyrich of Alto, sophomore Tamia Moss of the Bahamas and Reid Kafsky swam to a season-best time of 1:51.22 in the 200-yard freestyle relay. The girls placed 47th overall.
    Submitted photo by Tallulah Falls School The relay team of freshman Samantha Hartman of Clermont, junior Halle Weyrich of Alto, sophomore Tamia Moss of the Bahamas and Reid Kafsky swam to a season-best time of 1:51.22 in the 200-yard freestyle relay. The girls placed 47th overall.
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Tallulah Falls School swimmers showcased their stellar season at the 2020 Georgia High School Association 1A-5A state meet last Thursday through Saturday at Georgia Tech’s aquatic center. 

According to head coach Rachel Nichols, the meet started with high expectations for time-dropping swims. 

“These expectations were blown away with nine season-best swims, six new school records and seven personal-record swims throughout the preliminary and finals sessions,” she said. 

The fast-paced racing began with the boys 200-yard medley relay comprised of seniors Caden Griffis of Tallulah Falls, Hunter Weyrich of Alto, John Nichols of Clarkesville, and Riley Barron of Roswell. The boys swam to a sixth-place finish in 1:39.98.

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