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Bluefins complete swim season with awards, party

Check out all who celebrated their three-month season party.

The Enumclaw Bluefins Special Olympics swim team wrapped up a three-month season with a pool party and award ceremony. The season included a meet with Auburn in which 28 athletes competed in various events.

In front, from left: youth volunteer Connner Strong, youth volunteer Gus Heigaard, youth volunteer Theo Weymiller, assistant coach Bob Pruitt, youth volunteer Nathan Harkness, youth volunteer Oliver Heigaard, assistant coach Lee Gosnell, assistant coach Tamarah Knapp Hancock, youth volunteer Hannah Weymiller, assistant coach Tracy Schatz.

Second row: Tessa Lukasiak, Amy Mchugh, Gavin Riffie, Shardonae Walker, Troy Miller, Jordan Price, Jennifer Miller, Mason Miller, Peyton Burleson, Christie Meyers.

Third row: Kayser Concepcion, Delcan Wells, Jonathan Smart, Courtney Baker, Logan Gritter, Jesse Whitehouse, Stacie Johnson.

In back: assistant coach Jennie Gosnell, assistant coach Kim Concepcion, youth volunteer Ellery Schatz, assistant coach Elise Skovmand, youth volunteer Lilly Schatz, Special Olympics Coordinator Bonnie Kennedy, coach Lisa McHugh, Mary Weymiller, coach Kathy Metzler, Mathew Chamberlin.

Not pictured are athletes Samantha Dunning, Brady Wood, Aaron Hertzog. Mason Harper, Anna Hertzog, Logan Henry and Ian Willis; assistant coaches Scott Newman, Steven Meyers, Jody Emerson and Riley Pilato; and youth volunteers Nadia Hertzog and Emma Devore.

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