Klamath Union High School’s girls swim team won the Skyline Conference this past weekend.
It was the first time in KU history the girls program has ever won the conference title.
KU’s boys team continued its excellence and dominance and won the conference for the sixth consecutive year.
Klamath Union swim coach Heather Shaffer also earned recognition and won District Swim Coach of the Year. KFCS thanks Kelly Armijo for the photos taken at the competition.
Here are the final results from the conference swim meet:
200 Medley relay women 4th: Mela Bolenbaugh, Cassidy Bogatay, Hazel Squibb, Katherine Keyser
200 medley relay men 1st: Max Hendrick, Gus Hendrix, Dominic Armijo, Carter Harmon
200 free women Isa Coffman (1), Kaylee Gettman (4)
200 free men Max Hendrix (1)
200 IM women Brooke Nelson (1), Ashley Bouma (4)
200 IM men Dominic Armijo (1), Kamron Bouma (2)
50 free women Grace Keyser (1), Hazel Squibb (4)
50 free men Jack Jensen (3)
100 fly women Cassidy Bogatay (1), Hazel Squibb (3)
100 fly men Dominic Armijo (1)
100 free women Grace Keyser (1), Hazel Squibb (4)
100 free men Max Hendrix (2), Carter Harmon (5)
500 free women Isa Coffman (2), Aubrey Syrnyk (5)
500 free men Gus Hendrix (1), Micah Gaede (4)
200 free relay women 1st: Isa Coffman, Grace Keyser, Kaylee Gettman, Brooke Nelson
200 free relay men 1st: Gus Hendrix, Max Hendrix, Carter Harmon, Dominic Armijo
100 back women Brooke Nelson (1), Kaylee Gettman (4)
100 back men Kamron Bouma (1), Jack Jensen (2), Ethan Chinander (6)
100 breast women Cassidy Bogatay (4)
100 breast men Gus Hendrix (1), Carter Harmon (2)
400 free relay women 1st: Isa Coffman, Grace Keyser, Kaylee Gettman, Brooke Nelson
400 free relay men 3rd: Kamron Bouma, Jacob Martin, Micah Gaede, Jack Jensen