CHS Girls Swimming wins GNAC

The girls had eight of those and the lone win while ‘ The State championships take place at Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln.

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The Columbus High girls swimming team celebrates after winning the conference meet on Saturday in Hastings.

A season of continued improvement hit perhaps hits biggest peak on Saturday in Hastings when Columbus High girls swimming won the Greater Nebraska Athletic Conference while the boys finished third.

Between the two, the Discoverers combined for 15 top-three finishes. The girls had eight of those and the lone win while the boys put together four runners-up and three bronze medals.

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Lacamas Athletic Club Decision Forces Out CHS Girls Swim Team

Camas, WA ‘ After many weeks of negotiations between Lacamas Athletic Club and Camas High School (CHS), the school’s athletic program was forced to find a new home for the Girl’s swim team this season, and is leaving the future home of the two-time State Championship winning Boy’s swim team in doubt.

‘Our girls swim program will be swimming this season at Cascade Athletic Club,’ said CHS Athletic Director, Rory Oster. ‘Cascade Athletic Club and Evergreen School District has been excellent in working with us to accommodate our kids.’All I can say is that our preference would be to have Camas High School girl’s swim program using Lacamas Athletic Club facilities. Unfortunately an agreement could not be made in order to do so for this upcoming swim season, my hope is that our boys swim team will be able to use Lacamas Athletic facilities as again, that is the preference of Camas School District Athletic Department.’

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Students of the Month: December | News |

Guinevere Unterbrink, the daughter of Kimberly Carrol and Kevin Unterbrink, is a senior at Caroline High School. Guinevere has maintained an exceptional academic record while attending The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School and taking multiple advanced and college level courses. Guinevere has been an active athlete throughout high school, participating in field hockey, cross country, indoor track, outdoor track, soccer and wrestling. She has also been involved in the National Honor Society, Beta, the Scholastic Bowl team, Mu Alpha Theta, and is a wellness attendant at the YMCA. Guinevere was also the founder of the Outreach Club at CHS which focuses on community service around Caroline. After graduation Guinevere plans to attend Colorado State University to study zoology and conservation biology.

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