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MAST Academy’s Swim Teams Win at Home

MAST Academy’s swim teams competed against both John A. Ferguson Senior High and Miami Beach Senior High at home

On Thursday, September 21st, the MAST Academy boys’ swimming and girls’ swimming teams participated in a swim meet that took place at home. The Makos competed against John A. Ferguson Senior High and Miami Beach Senior High, beating both schools.

The lady Makos beat Beach High 88-49 and Ferguson 98-26. MAST’s Milena Estaban placed first in both the 200m and 500m free-style races, and Norah Ren placed first in the 50m free-style. Calla Kelble placed 1st in the 200m free-style, Kaia Zaney placed 1st in the 100m fly, and Leonna Castro placed 1st in the 100 free.

The MAST Academy boys’ swimming team beat Beach high 76-38. MAST’s Liam Lesentier placed 1st in the 200m, as well as 1st in the 100m free-style. Gabriel Martinez placed first in the 100m fly. Furthermore, the male Makos beat Ferguson 76-38. Jake Kotz-Agramonte placed first in the 500m fly.

The atmosphere at the swim meet was energetic, with each team displaying sportsmanship and cheering on their peers.

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“You have a bond with all of your team mates,” said Annelise Zea.

Zea has been a member of the MAST Academy girls’ swim team for two years, and competed in the 400 and 200 yard relay races.


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Camila Gomez
Camila Gomez, Staff Writer
Camila Gomez is a freshman and journalist at MAST Academy. This is her first year here at MAST and her first time trying out journalism. She’s looking forward to writing for The Beacon. “I chose journalism because language arts is my favorite subject and it sounded fun” she says. Gomez’s decided on coming to MAST for the location, as well as the academics. “I actually almost went to Immaculata-La Salle High School but eventually decided on MAST,” Gomez said. Besides school Gomez really enjoys American football. “If this school had American football I would love to cover it for the newspaper.”
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