Plymouth Boys Varsity Swimming

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Plymouth, Canton, and Salem Boys Swim and Dive Double Duel Meet (12/19/19)

Plymouth, Canton, and Salem Boys Swim and Dive Teams will be competing on Thursday, December 19 at 6:30 pm at Salem High School.  All three teams have not competed at the same location in duel meets in a few years.  Those interested in high school swimming should come out and witness the excitement!

Plymouth Swim and Dive Relay Meet Saturday Dec 14

Plymouth Boys Swim and Dive team will be hosting 6 teams on December 14 for our annual relay meet.  The meet will be competed at Salem High School.  Diving starts at 9 am.  Swimming starts at 12 pm.  This is a fun event for all the teams involved competing in some non-traditional swim events.

Plymouth Boys Swim and Dive Fall Conditioning Starts Friday October 18

The Plymouth Boys Swim and Dive Team will hold fall conditioning every Friday from Oct 18 through Nov 15.  We will practice at the indoor track in the Plymouth gym from 2:30 – 4 pm.  Ask one of the Captains or email Coach Bob Holdridge if you have any questions;  

Plymouth Boys Swim and Dive Parent Meeting Oct 16, 7:00 pm Room 401

Coach Holdridge will meet with prospective parents of boys interested in the upcoming swim and dive team.  It will be important for all the parents to attend the meeting.  We will discuss the schedule for the season, team rules, and assign volunteer opportunities.

Plymouth Swim Camp July 8-10

The camp is for beginner and intermediate 5th – 8th graders. We will be teaching the basics of the competitive strokes and turns. Each participant will have small group instruction covering all four competitive strokes and their respective turns; Butterfly, backstroke, breastroke, and freestyle. Includes T-shirt. Register at  Search for Plymouth Swimming Camp.

Academic All-American Honors

Congratulations to Bassil Syed and Ben Kirchoff for achieving Academic All-American honors!  In order to achieve Academic All-American a student must be a Senior, a varsity athlete, and holding a 3.75 grade point average.  Great job Bassil and Ben!