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Cats aren’t usually known for their love of water, especially big cats. But there are cases where water is exactly where a Tiger is most comfortable. Take, for instance, the Taos High School swim team who crushed their opponents in an abbreviated schedule this past weekend and swam all the way to the state tourney.
"Excitement." That's how Grace Goler, a sophomore swimmer for Taos High School, explained how she and her team are feeling with the State Swimming and Diving Championships right in front of them.
On Saturday (Jan. 18), the Taos Tigers swim team competed in the Demon Invite after having not competed in over a month. Both the boys and girls teams finished in the top five, with the girls finishing in third out of 13 teams, respectively, and the boys finishing fourth out of 11 teams.
The Taos Tigers Swim Team had their best showing at the state competition in recent memory.The Tigers sent nine swimmers and an alternate to the 2019 New Mexico …
The Taos High School swimmers chose a good day to have what was in many respects their best meet of the season Saturday (Feb. 9).
Saturday (Feb. 2), the Taos High School Swim Team competed in the Capital Cities Invitational in Santa Fe, their last meet before championship meets begin Feb. 9.