“They all cheer each other on. It is individual, but they are a part of that team as well. There's some people here whose older brothers and sisters may have set records that they are now trying to break,” Sowell says. “They really have a great deal of fun while they're doing it. They're able to excel. As much hard work and practice as they put in, they're just as dedicated as any of our other main athletic sports that we think of.”
Day two of the state championship meet gets started at around 9 a.m. Saturday at the Baldwin Drive Aquatic Center.