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BHS boys swim hosts home triangular

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Brogan Byrum takes a breath during the first 50 yards

Buffalo High School’s Brogan Byrum takes a breath during the first 50 yards of his 200 yard freestyle race on Saturday. Brogan finished first in the race with a time of 1:53.40.

Buffalo High School boy’s swim and dive hosted their second meet of the season on Saturday, Dec. 12, including swimmers from both Cody and Powell. The three teams started with diving and then went straight into swim races. The next home meet for the Bison is scheduled for Jan. 12. 

Keegan Money screams “Bison” as part of the teams

Buffalo High School’s Keegan Money screams “Bison” as part of the teams pre-meet yell on Saturday at the YMCA. Keegan was joined by John Wonka on the blocks as the rest of the team huddled around the deck in masks.

Kieran Murray pulls himself up on the blocks

Buffalo High School Kieran Murray pulls himself up on the blocks during warm ups on Saturday.

Josiah Bartlett stretches his hands town toward the water during a dive

Buffalo High School diver Josiah Bartlett stretches his hands town toward the water during a dive on Saturday. Bartlett completed six dives, earning a seven five times across his six dives.

Mason Morrison pulls himself backward during the first 25 meters

Buffalo High School swimmer Mason Morrison pulls himself backward during the first 25 yards of his backstroke in the 200 yard medley relay on Saturday at the YMCA.

The pool rotated between total stillness and heavy waves

The pool rotated between total stillness and heavy waves as the events started and stopped during the meet on Saturday. Riverton was also supposed to attend but couldn’t after a transportation mixup.

The six lane pool at the YMCA houses all home BHS swim and dive meet

The six lane pool at the YMCA houses all home BHS swim and dive meets. The edge lanes are the least with middle lanes the most heavily swum.

Relay teams from Buffalo and Cody high schools reflect

Relay teams from Buffalo and Cody high schools reflect in the water as they prepare for the 200 yard medley relay on Saturday at the YMCA. The relay was the first event of the meet.

Max Kessler takes a breath as he surfaces

Buffalo High School Max Kessler takes a breath as he surfaces during the butterfly on Saturday at the YMCA. Max was the third leg of the 200 yard medley relay.

Mason Morrison takes a breath during the first heat of the 200 yard freestyle

Buffalo High School’s Mason Morrison takes a breath during the first heat of the 200 yard freestyle on Saturday. Mason finished with a time of 3:04.30.

Johnathan Markovsky gasps for air

Buffalo High School’s Johnathan Markovsky gasps for air rising out of the water during the butterfly leg of his 200 yard IM on Saturday at the YMCA. Johnathan finished with a time of 3:18.11.

Charlie Wonka rises out of the water during the breast stoke

Buffalo High School’s Charlie Wonka rises out of the water during the breast stoke leg of his 20 Yard IM on Saturday at the YMCA. Wonka finished the heat in first with a time of 2:18.26.

John Wonka takes a breath before pulling forward during the 50 yard freestyle

Buffalo High School senior John Wonka takes a breath before pulling forward during the 50 yard freestyle on Saturday at the YMCA. Wonka finished first in the heat with a time of 23.28 seconds.

John Wonka cools down during the break

Buffalo High School senior John Wonka cools down during the break that followed the 50 yard freestyle on Saturday. The divers went first so they replaced the scheduled diving event in the middle with a 10 minute break instead.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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