The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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Road to State Title

Swim and dive goes all out for championship
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Bennett Wieland
Members of Boys’ Swim & Dive Team sculling in warmups ahead of meet.

The Boys’ Swim and Dive Team has continuously proven that they are not one to be messed with, winning a total of 10 championships, with seven being consecutive. With the streak floating around the minds of fans, parents, and competitors, the idea of an eighth consecutive title and continuing that streak is appealing and truly a possibility.

Boys’ Swim and Dive Captain, Luke Lentini ‘24 responded, “I think we can do it, we have the capabilities.” Lentini continued and said “we just have to work hard, and maintain humble excellence.” From a team standpoint, Lentini spoke about the outstanding culture and that the chemistry between swimmers has been extremely strong.

With all the pieces clicking together, it’s up to the swimmers to prove that they have what it takes to win it all once again. The pressure is on the Boys’ Swim & Dive team to continue their tremendous streak, but there is no doubt that they have the ability to win another state championship.

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Bennett Wieland, Staff Writer
I originally joined Spectrum during my freshman year as a contributing writer. The Upper School community was new and scary, but I wanted to learn more about it, so I started writing.

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