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Record-setting swim team to take on Southlake tomorrow

By Thomas Hair
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On Nov. 18 and 20, the Coppell Swim Team continued their outstanding season by setting four school records at the two-day TISCA (Texas Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association) Competition at the Alfred J Loos Sports Complex.

Junior Hayden Henry, son of Coach Patrick Henry, inked his name in the CHS record books once again by setting multiple school records at this competition over Thanksgiving Break.

Tomorrow, this record-breaking Cowboys swim team will travel to Southlake for a District meet against their rivals, the Dragons. While Coppell did well at the TISCA meet last week, the Southlake Carroll Swim Team dominated the competition, winning 1st place in both Boys and Girls competitions.

This will be one of Coppell’s toughest meets of the season. If you want to support the team as they slay the Dragons, it will take place from 6-8 p.m. at the Southlake Aquatic Center.

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