Chase Kenter of Cashiers has been hopping in the pool since about the time he learned to hop at all.
With just their second full year of year-round competition partially completed, the Highlands Hurricanes are already making waves at competitive swimming events.
Twenty-one members of the Highlands Hurricanes swim team recently traveled to Murphy for a December invitational meet against four other teams from North Georgia and Western North Carolina.
The Highlands Hurricanes swim team took second place in a five-team Fall Fun Invitational earlier this month in Murphy.
The Highlands Hurricanes recently commemorated a successful season and presented awards to its top players.
Again led by Chase Kenter, Conner Hughes and Vivi Geren, the Highlands Hurricanes brought home two trophies, 12 medals (six of them gold) and 21 ribbons from the recently held Mountain Swim League
Led by Chase Kenter, Vivi Geren and Conner Hughes, the Highlands Hurricanes brought home 16 medals from the recently held Mountain Swim League Conference Championship Meet.
The summer Highlands Hurricanes Swim Team finished its regular season at home on July 14 with a loss to the perennial Mountain Swim League summer champions FAST (Franklin Amateur Swim Team) at the
In a team effort on June 16, the Highlands Hurricane Swim Team took down Jackson County’s Swim Team 433 to 368 in Sylva.
Western Carolina University’s Office of Continuing and Professional Education has scheduled a series of summertime swim classes that are suitable for children ranging in age from 6 months to teens.
The Highlands Hurricanes Swim Team held an intrasquad meet on Saturday, April 16.
The Highlands Hurricanes Swim Team upset Franklin earlier this month in the Spring Splash 2016 in Murphy.