Heritage Oaks Torpedoes

2018

Come swim with the best! Heritage Oaks Torpedoes, one of Cobb Summer Swim League's SILVER teams has a long history of excellence, sportsmanship and technique, believing that swimming is a skill for life. We strive to educate young minds and bodies, giving children an opportunity to learn, experience a healthy approach to living and most importantly, have fun!

 

Torpedoes Bring IT

Off the Blocks 

Feb. 9, 2015

Summer swim is gearing up, but for those of us who have been swimming since last summer, it has been an exciting season both in USA Swimming and High School. Everything culminated this past weekend in the Olympic pool at Georgia Tech with the GHSA State meet. Many of your friends and coaches have been working hard and seeing some real results from their dedication to the sport. Mere fractions of time separated first place from 30th in many of the events; there was some seriously FAST swimming! 

 

This is just a taste of what our team is capable of … 

 

Caitlin Oh, representing the Magnet program of Kennesaw Mountain Mustangs dropped 2.02” to finish 45th in the 200IM with a time of 2:19.90, and dropped .84 in the 100 breast, finishing 32nd with a time of 1:11.38. 

 

Hillgrove’s Hydro Hawks sent 17 swimmers to High School State this past weekend including many from our very own team. Abby Robertson, Lucas Bauer, Brady Fields, Cullen Fields and Jamison Muzzey REPRESENTED, swimming their way into individual events and A Relays. 

 

Cullen, Brady and Lucas all swam on the Men’s 200 Yard Free Relay, dropping 1.84” to earn 9th in the STATE of Georgia. Our same trio finished 10th in the 200 Medley Relay with a finish time of 1:40.20.

 

Lucas Bauer, senior dropped .41 seconds in the 50 free to finish 28th with a time of 22.89. 

 

Abby Robertson, freshman dropped 3.56 seconds in her 500 Free, moving up 8 spots to finish 35th with a time of 5:34.64, and swam in all three girls relays (200 Medley (breast, 34.97), 200 free and 4 x 100 free), finishing 30th, 26th and 31st respectively. 

 

Brady Fields, freshman dropped .50 seconds in the 50 Free to finish 13th, and 1.75 seconds to finish 15th with times of 21.64 and 47.92, respectively. 

 

Cullen Fields, sophomore earned an automatic All-American and a Winter NATIONAL cut dropping 1.57 seconds in the 100 Fly with a finish time of 49.36 and finished 7th in the 100 back with a finish time of 52.06. 

 

High school swim is over, but the USA meets continue with Divisionals in March and the beginning of long course in April. Watch the website for updates on some of our favorite swimmers and remember, with hard work and dedication, YOU TOO can make a HUGE difference in the pool.