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Eagles swimmers looking to build on last year | SPORTS PREVIEW
With a slew of top returners and a handful of new members of the team, the Lindbergh Swim Team is looking to at least try and repeat last year's third-place finish in the league, second-place finish at districts and 14th place finish at the state meet.
According to Coach Roger Miron, this year's squad will benefit from returners Andrew Franco-Munoz, A.J. Lim, Blake Tibbitts, Titus Owen, Zack Anderson, Dupree Nugent, Ben Pogue and Timothy Ramos.
Despite losing key swimmers such as Aaron Jacobsen, Spencer Clair, Tanner Jones, Josh Jordan, Peter Han and others, Miron said new additions like James Buchanan and Derek Anderson should help keep the Eagles in contention.
Miron said he expects Kennedy and Hazen to again be forces in the Seamount and hopes to finish with them at the top and hopefully take second again at the district meet, as well as get as many swimmers as possible to qualify for the state meet.
The Lindbergh swim season gets under way Friday with the Seamount Relays at Hazen pool.