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Swimming in the Fast Lane

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Coach Waldman is the high school health teacher.  He also coaches all of the swimmers who attend Andrews Independent School District. On the junior high team, you can find David Mutte, who is a sixth grade swimmer. This dedicated athlete practices an hour and a half each day before the sun comes up. He spends so much time in the water because he loves swimming. David’s best stroke is the butterfly due to the fact that he has the best time amongst the entire 6th grade swim team. If you would like to see David and his teammates compete, head out to the high school pool to see them in action.

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  1. Sadie Valenzuela on February 11th, 2019 8:00 pm

    Keep up to good work

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