March 12, 2012
The Moffat County High School boys varsity swimming team competed for the first time this season Saturday in the Grand Junction Relays at Colorado Mesa University, taking fourth as a team. Coach Anita Reynolds said the meet gave the swimmers a chance to get the early-season jitters out of the way and focus on what they want to do this season.
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Anita Reynolds said the Moffat County High boys varsity swimming team intended to use Saturday’s Grand Junction Relays meet as an early season warm-up. Instead, the Bulldogs swimmers came out of the starting gate strong, coming within seconds of qualifying two relays for state as well as seeing solid performances from some new swimmers. Moffat County took fourth out of five teams at Colorado Mesa University, but with a team of only seven swimmers, Reynolds, the Bulldogs coach, said it was more about experience than team placing.