A group of Buffalo High School swimmers, band members and volleyball players yell and scream in support of Buffalo's swim team during one of the two homecoming swim meets on Friday. Buffalo ultimately fell just short to lose to Cody in the Friday dual.
Buffalo High School senior Makenna Lambert takes a final breath before finishing the last leg of the 400-yard freestyle relay on Friday. Buffalo narrowly finished in second with a time of less than one second behind the first place Cody team.
The Buffalo High School girls swim team huddled together for their pre-meet chant on Saturday morning at the YMCA. The teams all took turns doing their chants before the singing of the National Anthem.
Buffalo High School senior Makenna Lambert sang the national anthem before the start of the swim meet on Saturday morning at the YMCA. Lambert jokingly sang along with the overhead music while they waited for it to be shut off so she could begin the anthem.
Buffalo High School senior Makenna Lambert looks up to take a breath during the first half of her butterfly leg of the 200-yard medley relay on Saturday morning at the YMCA. Lambert’s team included Erin Houseman, Vivyan Gripp and Bella Johnson.
Buffalo High School freshman Claire Hicks takes a breath during her 200-yard freestyle race on Saturday morning at the YMCA. Hicks finished second in the heat with a time of 2:37.36, cutting several seconds off her previous season best.
Buffalo High School’s only diver Olivia Maertens pulls her hands down as she dives into the pool on Saturday morning at the YMCA. Maertens completed her first dive, which had a difficulty of 1.7, with a total score of 26.35.
Buffalo High School's girls swim team hosted two swim contests during homecoming week, the first a dual against Cody and the second a larger meet on Saturday morning. The two events brought out students from other teams and organizations with signs and cheers in support of the swimmers and kept the pool deck loud.