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Results From The Hopewell High School Swim Teams First Meet Against Keystone Oaks



The Hopewell High School Swim teams 2023-24 season started last night with promising results.

The Vikings girls team won their meet, despite having only 7 swimmers.

“The results from the first were better than expected,” Hopewell Swim Coach Kathi Lopez tells Hopewell Sports Nation. “The team as a whole put up good times for a first meet.”

*Freshman Hazel McCowin started the season with 2 WPIAL qualifications, qualifying the 200 IM and the 500 Freestyle.

“No better way to start the season than with 2 cuts right out of the gate,” says Lopez. “This will be an exciting season for Hazel and the team.”

*Junior Connor Program improved his 50 Free 2 meets in a row.

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“It’s great to see him getting faster. Connor is great at challenging himself and I think this will be a successful season for him,” said Lopez.

*Junior Owen Levinger improved his 200 IM two meets in a row. Owen works really hard at practice, it’s awesome to see his work paying off. He’s really coming on,” said Lopez.

All in all, Lopez was very excited with her team’s performance and the leadership they’re displaying.

“I noticed a big change in the energy on the deck. I was so proud of how the team supported each other. Great leadership by our Captains Emmet McCowin and Jordyn Glumac. Relays looked solid and have a lot of promise. Really looking forward to seeing them improve meet after meet.”

The next Hopewell High School meet is next Tuesday, December 12th as they take on Carlynton.

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