Rosarian Academy Swims to a First-Place Finish at the 27th Invitational Swim Meet

2017 Rosarian Swimmers Win Annual Meet


November 8, 2017
For immediate release
Media contact: Cara Scarola Hansen, Marketing Director

2528: Elli Geis (1st grade) swims the breast stroke
2544: Christopher Kareh (1st grade) swims the breast stroke
2654:  Swimmers take their marks at the 27th Rosarian Academy Invitational Swim Meet
2670: Swimmers compete in freestyle at the 27th Rosarian Academy Invitational Swim Meet

Photo credit: David Scarola Photography

Rosarian Academy Swims to a First-Place Finish at the 27th Invitational Swim Meet

Rosarian won the 27th Rosarian Academy Invitational Swim Meet held at Lake Lytal on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Coached by Kathleen Beazley, Bradley Fell, and Devin Treadway, forty-five Rosarian Academy kindergarten-through-eighth-grade swimmers came out strong and fought hard against All Saints Catholic School and St. Ann Catholic School. With the most number of swimmers competing, Rosarian finished with a 646-point victory over Saint Ann who placed second. The final scores were Rosarian: 782; Saint Ann: 136; All Saints: 76.

The following swimmers won first places:

All Saints—Raymond Hernandez (2 times), Caroline Rusczyk (3 times)

Rosarian Academy—Savanna Anderson, Harrison Ashley (2 times), Finn Beylo, Matthew Cohen (5 times), Nicholas Coniglio, James Flynn, Elli Geis (2 times), Eleanor Hall (3 times), Jack Hansen (3 times), Christopher Kareh (2 times), Kelly Kinney, Michael McDonald, Vespa McDonald, Chloe McGann, Thomas Murray, Logan Ray, Emarie Thibaut (2 times), Whitney Ray(2 times), Olivia Wagner (4 times), Trey Wagner, George Weston, Caroline Yohe,

Saint Ann—Sara Jayne, Daniel Hernandez

Swimming has been a part of Rosarian Academy for 59 years, long before many interscholastic sports were offered in Florida. The Rosarian Academy Invitational Swim Meet was started in 1990 to encourage other schools to get involved with swimming and participate in a swim meet.

The participating swimmers ranged in skill level from beginner to those who swim in competitive programs.

Rosarian Academy, founded in 1925, educates students from early childhood through eighth grade and offers an exceptionally strong academic program enriched by athletics, visual and performing arts, and community service opportunities. The independent, Catholic school is located on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach and is sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Bus service is available throughout Palm Beach County. For more information, visit Rosarian or call 561.345.3106.


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