Falcons Swim Shines at States

Stuart, FL- The Falcons girls swim team, under the new leadership of first year head coach Katherine Hoyle, capped off an outstanding fall season with a strong performance at the class 4A state swimming championships on Friday. As a team the girls finished 11th overall out of 73 teams represented at the meet. Individually, the Falcons had 3 swimmers advance to the finals in 2 events each and the 200 meter IM relay team also qualified for the finals. Read the full story.

2016 Conference Swim Championships

West Palm Beach, FL- Since last year, the Falcons swim team has nearly doubled in size and yesterday’s success at the Conference Championships at Lake Lytal attests to the fact that the Falcons swim program is on the rise. Having been a long time club coach and high school coach in Palm Beach County for over 2 decades, second year Falcons head coach Melanie Andrews knows what it takes to build a strong program and to become a high level swimmer. Andrews has sent numerous swimmers to the collegiate ranks, including her daughter who was a standout at North Carolina State. Read the full story.

Kristen Suarez Inks NLI

West Palm Beach, FL- After an outstanding career at Forest Hill Community High School, Kristen Suarez will continue her education and swimming career at Niagara University. Suarez signed the National Letter of Intent during the early signing period to swim for the Purple Eagles in the Fall of 2016. Kristen joins her sisters Lauren (Florida Tech) and Julie (Miami) as current Forest Hill swimmers competing at the collegiate level. Read the full story.

Swimmers Headed to Regionals

West Palm Beach, FL- It was made official yesterday by the FSHAA that 9 swimmers from the Forest Hill High School swim team will be competing this Saturday, November 7 at the Regional Championships. The meet is hosted by Boca Raton High School and will start on Saturday morning at 9:00 am. The following Falcons swimmers qualified for the tournament at the District Swimming Championships last week at Wellington High School. Read the full story.

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