South Forsyth Swim and Dive team break the streak


Lisa Burt

Team Victory. The South Forsyth Girls celebrate their victory by doing their favorite War Eagle cheer. “We were nervous during the whole meet because we knew it was going to be close,” said Kate Whichalonis

Grace Drawdy, Editor-in-Chief

This past Saturday, the SFHS swim and dive team competed alongside every other Forsyth County school in the Forsyth County Swim and Dive championship meet. All teams had a great spirit of competition and made the atmosphere of the meet lively and exciting.

“It was probably the best day of my life” said Senior swimmer, Taylor Edwards. “The energy was indescribable.” The Lambert boys, however, still continue their county championship streak.

The score of the meet were as follows:

Throw up the dub. South girls pose with their new hardware, showing off their well-deserved victory. It’s been over 9 years since South Forsyth has seen a county win, making this victory even more special.


South Forsyth Swim and Dive- 756.5

Lambert High School- 729.5

Forsyth Central High School- 441

West Forsyth Wolverines- 339

North Forsyth High School- 315

Denmark High School Swim and Dive – 151

Pinecrest Academy- 127



Lambert HIgh School- 749.5

South Forsyth Swim and Dive- 438

West Forsyth Wolverines- 434

Forsyth Central High School- 432.5

North Forsyth High School- 358

Pinecrest Academy- 231

Denmark High Swim and Dive- 132

“The energy was wild! It was so amazing to see everyone so happy! I’ve never felt so happy because we deserved so much!” ”

— Mary-Kate Whichalonis

Said Mary-Kate Whichalonis.

Every team gave it their all, and put forth their best efforts. South Forsyth girls broke Lambert’s almost 10 year county champ streak, bringing pride to the whole team. All Forsyth county teams will debut one last time this season at GHSA High School State on February 8th.