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PHOTO GALLERY: BHS swim wraps up 2021 with home meet

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Camren Kulze takes a breath during the final leg of his 200-yard freestyle race

Buffalo High School freshman Camren Kulze takes a breath during the final leg of his 200-yard freestyle race on Dec. 30 at the Buffalo YMCA. Kulze finished with a time of 2:13.72, taking second overall in the race.

Buffalo High School's boys swim team hosted Worland for a home swim meet that wrapped up 2021 for the team on Dec. 30, 2021 at the Johnson County Family YMCA. The team competed with one diver and a swimmers in almost every event. Buffalo will return home for another home swim meet early in January as the season continues on into 2022. 

Brogan Byram takes a breath as he rises out

Buffalo High School junior Brogan Byram takes a breath as he rises out of the water during the breast stroke leg of the 200-yard IM relay on Dec. 30 at the Johnson County Family YMCA. Bryam swam the relay alongside teammates Kieran Murray, and Tommy and Charlie Wonka.

Dax Mills, 3, dips the tail of his velociraptor, named Velociraptee, into the pool

Dax Mills, 3, dips the tail of his velociraptor, named Velociraptee, into the pool while the swim meet prepares to begin swim events after diving on Dec. 30. Dax and his brother Rhett brought their dinosaurs to the pool to play with during Buffalo’s home swim dual against Worland.

Josiah Bartlett tucks his knees during one of his dives

Buffalo High School senior Josiah Bartlett tucks his knees during one of his dives on Dec. 30. The dual featured a six dive format and was quick with only three total divers.

Brogan Byram,  Jackson Darnell, and Charlie Wonka sit and watch

From left, Brogan Byram,  Jackson Darnell, and Charlie Wonka sit and watch as the Worland divers take their turns on the diving board during Buffalo’s home dual on Dec. 30 at the Johnson County Family YMCA. Buffalo had one diver, Josiah Bartlett, compete.

Patches of window light danced over the pool water as Buffalo

Patches of window light danced over the pool water as Buffalo was able to host a swim meet earlier in the day than normal on Dec. 30 at the Johnson County Family YMCA. The light hovered over the last few lanes, keeping the innermost lanes still in shadow.

Logan Jordahl takes this first breath during the 100-yard freestyle race

Buffalo High School’s Logan Jordahl takes this first breath during the 100-yard freestyle race on Dec. 30 at the Johnson County Family YMCA. This was one of only two races to have all six lanes full during the dual. Jordahl’s goggles came loose early during the race and he was forced to swim without them.

Charlie Wonka works through some RPR stretches

Buffalo High School junior Charlie Wonka works through some RPR stretches that he learned during football season this year. Wonka said the stretches are supposed to help reset your nervous system and since he didn’t feel as good as he wanted do during the meet, he worked through the exercises between races on Dec. 30 to see if the reset would help.

Logan Jordahl launches off the blocks

Buffalo High School’s Logan Jordahl launches off the blocks to complete the fourth and final leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay as teammate Emiliano Dauge touches the wall on Dec. 30 at the Johnson County YMCA. Buffalo had two teams compete in the relay and took first and third of the three teams competing.

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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