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Women’s swim falls 93 points behind Jackson Timberwolves

During a meet against Henry M. Jackson High School women's swim lost 43-126 on October 9, 2018.

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Women’s swim falls 93 points behind Jackson Timberwolves

The team prepares for the meet by cheering after warming up.

The team prepares for the meet by cheering after warming up.

© HAWKEYE Ciara Laney

The team prepares for the meet by cheering after warming up.

© HAWKEYE Ciara Laney

© HAWKEYE Ciara Laney

The team prepares for the meet by cheering after warming up.

By Ciara Laney, Staff

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Ciara Laney, Staff

Sophomore Ciara Laney is enduring her second year of Hawkeye. Last year, she discovered a passion for photojournalism and earned an excellent award at the National High School Journalism Convention in the spring of 2017 under the literary magazine category photography. Outside of journalism, Laney is the Class of 2020 ASB president, MTHS Key Club treasurer, and is involved in swim and tennis.

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