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ATHLETICS - DEC 2011
   
WINTER SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS
 
BOYS BASKETBALLHead Coach Keenon Clement is looking forward to a winning season with this program which has four levels: Varsity, Junior Varsity, Sophomore and Freshman.
 
GIRLS BASKETBALLHead coach, DeWayne Brandon is preparing to guide this program to exciting levels.  Girls’ basketball offers four levels: Varsity, Junior Varsity, Sophomore and Freshman.
 
SPIRIT TEAMSBoth Cheers and Poms have built confident, talented squads.  Good luck at state championships on December 9th .  Watch both squads perform at basketball games during the winter sport season. 
 
BOYS WRESTLING - Coach Jim Opperman has the grapplers improving rapidly. The wrestling team has three levels: Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman. Coach Opperman seeks the highest level of competition by attending tough in-state tournaments. This is a challenging and improving program.
 
Game schedules can be found at www.highschoolsports.net
 
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GIRLS’ SWIMMING 
 
 
Coach Scott Cohen is returning for his fifteenth season as the Smoky Hill Girls’ Swimming Head Coach.  Since 1997, Smoky Hill Swimming & Diving have produced 11 Colorado High School Swimmers of the Year, 25 Colorado State Champions, 181 National All-American performances, and 87 National Academic All-Americans.  Last season, the Girls’ Swimming & Diving Team had a combined 3.946 grade point average, the fourth highest team grade point average in the United States!  We are looking forward to our current group of Water Buffaloes carrying on our proud tradition of excellence.
 
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