Beavers end season with 21 swimmers at County

In one of their finest seasons, the Forest Hills Swim Team sent 21 swimmers to the qualification-only County Meet on Aug. 13-14 to compete against some of the best swim teams in the area.

Many swimmers were nattling it out in the highly-competitve County Meet for the first time, where they performed admirably for their team.

The Beavers swim team had a summer where multiple records were broken by a number of talented swimmers with bright futures, and now that the summer has come to an end, they’ll go back to school before they get a chance to do it all again next summer.

Forest Hills’ team that qualified for the County Meet on Aug. 13-14 smile for a group photo after a long two days of competing.  Front Row: Brianna  Robinet, Laura Garfein, Alex Halfron, Matthew Rico, Jonathan Rico, George Vo Maddie Buck, Mario Taliaferro; middle row: Audrey Palaski, Maddie George, Dylan Hammond, Connor Tillberg, Nico Taliaferro, Sarah Exner, Lindsay Alford, Vanessa Dalpiaz, Morgan Elliott; front row: Brycen Lott, Lyla Robinett, Madelyn Muller, Roxanne Tillberg. Not pictured: Julia Paulazzo, Maggie Scaff and Theo Wakeman. (COURTESY / On File)
Forest Hills’ team that qualified for the County Meet on Aug. 13-14 smile for a group photo after a long two days of competing. Front Row: Brianna Robinet, Laura Garfein, Alex Halfron, Matthew Rico, Jonathan Rico, George Vo Maddie Buck, Mario Taliaferro; middle row: Audrey Palaski, Maddie George, Dylan Hammond, Connor Tillberg, Nico Taliaferro, Sarah Exner, Lindsay Alford, Vanessa Dalpiaz, Morgan Elliott; front row: Brycen Lott, Lyla Robinett, Madelyn Muller, Roxanne Tillberg. Not pictured: Julia Paulazzo, Maggie Scaff and Theo Wakeman. (COURTESY / On File)
Boys 7 & 8 relay team, Timmy Hiles, Brycen Lott, Chael Collins and Connor Tillberg. (COURTESY / On File)
Boys 7 & 8 relay team, Timmy Hiles, Brycen Lott, Chael Collins and Connor Tillberg. (COURTESY / On File)

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