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Articles About Sea Dogs swimming

  • Sea dogs place fourth in swim meet

    The final swim meet of the season for the Sea Dogs turned out to be a record-setting one for the team, with 12 team records and one league record being broken. Pictured are Joslyn Herring, Allie Hundley, Gini Meekin and Kaitlyn Uptegraft, who broke the team record for the 100-free relay in the girls ages 9–10 category. (Submitted photo)

    The Yellow Springs Aquatic Club — the Sea Dogs — ended their season on July 22, placing fourth out of six teams in the league championship meet, and breaking twelve team records and one league record.

  • Register for Yellow Springs Sea Dogs Swim Team

    Come swim with the Seadogs! Sign up May 17, 6:30–8 p.m. at the YSHS lIbrary. (Submitted photo by Nan Meekin)

    Swimmers ages 6 to 18 may register for this summer’s Yellow Springs Seadogs Swim Team, May 17, 2017, at Yellow Springs High School library from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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  • Sea Dogs prepare for championship meet

    The Yellow Springs Aquatic Club swam against Oakwood at home last week and enters the summer championships this weekend.

  • Sea Dog team triumphs in spirit

    After a slow start plagued by a closed pool and bad weather, the Yellow Springs Sea Dogs swimming team won its last two games of the season.

  • Sports Announcements

    The Yellow Springs Aquatic Club (the Seadogs) will hold an organizational meeting Tuesday, Sept. 7, 6 p.m., in the Yellow Springs Library meeting room. The group will elect officers and discuss grants, the yard sale, the survey and ways of making next year’s swim season even better.

  • Sea Dogs shine in final meet

    Last weekend, the Yellow Springs Sea Dogs swam in the Miami Valley Swim Association Championships at Wilmington College to mark the end of their season. It was one more opportunity for the swimmers to shine in competition against hundreds of others.

  • Sea Dogs rise to the challenge

    Last week the Yellow Springs Sea Dogs swam against two teams they had already met this season, the Wayne Wahoos on Tuesday, July 13, and the Green Valley Gators on Thursday, July 15, in Beavercreek. Both teams gave the Sea Dogs a challenge, but the local swimmers stepped up to the competition.

  • Sea Dogs fry Fighting Fish

    The Yellow Springs Sea Dogs swam strongly against the Forest Ridge Fighting Fish. It was easy to see the Sea Dog teamwork in the meet’s relay events; the Sea Dogs won 11 of the 16 that they swam.

  • ’Dogs welcomed by Wayne Wahoos

    The Yellow Springs Sea Dogs swam at two away meets this past week. On June 29, the Sea Dogs held their own against the Wayne Wahoos. On July 1, the Sea Dogs traveled to the home of the Clinton County Barracudas.

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