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Quaker swimmers have a bright future
Quaker swimmers have a bright future
Sabrina Kapp

Friends & family provided an impressive cheer block for the Quaker swimmers

It's not everyday, or every year in this case, that student athletes make it to the state stage for their sport. Win or lose, the experience is one to be cherished and honored. PHS Swim coaches focus in the moments before the competition begins

The Medley Relay team is ready to get in the pool.

The Quakers came away with solid swims throughout the meet, but just not quite enough to make it to the final round.

They may not be returning to class on Monday with medals around their necks, but this group of PHS students has made their name in the pools, and in the halls and classrooms, and we all can take pride in how they represented Plainfield at the state level. #RedPride 

Freshman swimmer VanWanzeele during the 500 Free

Plainfield boys state swim competitors were: Max Wiser (50 Free - seeded 11th in the state, 100 Fly, Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay) Nolan Mennonno (100 Free, 200 Free Relay) Jackson VanWanzeele (500 Free, Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay) Chaz Rhodes (Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay) Sean Rogers (Medley Relay)

For more photos from the state meet, check out our Facebook photo album (@PCSCQuakers)