Digital swimmers approach sport with dedication, perserverance

Written by on January 4, 2012 in Featured, High Schools - 3 Comments

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The Digital Harbor swim team is expected to make a run for City Championships. The boys are hoping to defeat Poly for the first time ever. Photo by Arnet McLamb

Digital Harbor’s swim team does just this. They attack their sport with hard work and dedication, and these rulers of the pool have their eyes on the prize as they go through another season.

Senior Josh Walls has been swimming for three years, and he describes his experience as “fun and challenging.

“There’s like a new challenge every day, and it’s like you find a new muscles that you have never found before,” he said.

Of course, swimming requires you to work many muscles.

Angelina Matute, a junior and also a three-year swimmer is primed for success. Coach Stephen Ehrmann is working with her to get a scholarship, and her mother motivates her to come here every day and try her best.

One team member who will make an impact this year is one of the smallest on the team, but she has a big heart. Freshman Irina Bowman has been swimming for eight years.

“I feel that this year is going to be pretty good,” she said. With this being her first year, she hopes to excel and fit in with the returning members of the team.

Coach Thomas Mannion is the head coach of the team and he said he’s excited for the upcoming season.

“Swimming is an awesome experience to give the kids futures, and it lets them push themselves to their limits,” he said. “I do give them guidance and try to help them in every aspect of their life, not just in the water. They’re student athletes-students first and athletes second.”

by Arnet McLamb
sports@baltimoreguide.com

3 Comments on "Digital swimmers approach sport with dedication, perserverance"

  1. Terry Madden August 22, 2012 at 6:34 pm · Reply

    These students are doing great. Its always nice to see academics and then athletics. We always try to find each athlete the best fit. So many people bank on going to college for sports, neglecting academics. If you need or know someone who needs help finding the right fit, check out this website:

    http://www.webstarrecruits.com

    Not only do they help gain exposure for high school athletes, but help find the right academic fit.

  2. MARGIE February 16, 2012 at 7:06 am · Reply

    I WAS FORTUNATELY ABLE TO GO
    TO THE SWIM MEET AT HOPKINS THIS PAST SATURDAY, IT WAS AWESOME. MANY OF THE TEAM MEMBERS ARE EXCELLING BOTH IN THEIR ACADEMICS AS WELL AS THEIR SPORTS. I AM SURE THEIR PARENTS ARE VERY PROUD OF THEM. I KNOW ANGELINA PERSONALLY AND KNOW SHE IS GOING TO ACCOMPLISH EACH AND EVERY GOAL SHE SETS FOR HERSELF. VERY PROUD OF YOU!!

  3. AUNT DANGALANG January 5, 2012 at 12:23 pm · Reply

    CONGRAGULATIONS TO ALL THE STUDENTS!!! THEY ALL SEEM TO HAVE THEIR GRADES FIRST AND SPORTS SECOND AWESOME, THEY ALL HAVE GREAT FUTURES AHEAD OF THEM :)

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