Brentwood Swimming a Melting Pot of athletes,Boys, Girls Teams Seeking Team, Individual Goals This Season

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Brentwood Swimming a Melting Pot of athletes,Boys, Girls Teams Seeking Team, Individual Goals This Season


Goga, Jennifer, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


The Brentwood boys and girls swimming teams have developed into a strong program that expects to win.

In 2010-11, the girls won a section title in historic fashion, ending the season undefeated.

Last year, the boys followed up with their own section crown.

This season, the goals are a little different as the girls team rebuilds, and the boys already have reached numerous individual goals. Both teams are striving to be competitive in section action.

"We're off to a good start. We're in the middle of the pack in a really competitive section. We really want to hold our own," said Mark Wroblewski, Brentwood's longtime head coach.

Heading into the new year, the Brentwood girls were 4-1; the boys team was 5-0 overall.

The Spartans have qualified for the WPIAL Class AA finals in all three relays, and in every individual event except the 500 freestyle.

Wroblewski also expects sophomore diver Tyler Jorgenson to qualify before the end of the season.

Junior Kevin Bakowski -- who along with seniors Josh O'Neil and Christian Reinhardt are team captains -- has qualified for the WPIAL meet in multiple events.

Bakowski, O'Neil, Reinhardt, and senior Dan Faix have been swimming well, Wroblewski said.

Two leading freshmen prospects on the boys team this year are Nate Johnson and Dominic Woods, who are "really fast freshmen," Wroblewski said. …

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