Winter Sports Previews: Buccaneers boys swimming

Chris Baehr, freshman

Chris is a newcomer to the team and already a big addition to the program. Chris has the ability to fit into the lineup wherever he is needed. Freestyle, breaststroke, IM.

Max Baetz, captain, junior

Max leads by example and works hard for his goals. Backstroke, freestyle, IM and butterfly.

Patrick Daniels, senior

Patrick is a returning state veteran and one of the team’s strongest sprinters.

Kevin Fox, captain, senior

Kevin is coming into his fourth season for KHS and plans on attending his fourth state meet. Kevin is an outstanding leader and will lead this year’s team to another record-breaking year. All-around swimmer.

John Griffin, senior

John will help in freestyle events and wherever else he is needed.

Brent Hoffer, junior

Brent is in his third season with KHS. He is a district veteran and another asset to the team, adding depth in several events. Breaststroke and distance.

Hayden Jackson, junior

Hayden is starting his second season for KHS and will be an asset adding depth to relays and sprinting events. Freestyle and butterfly.

Silas McAfee, senior

Silas is swimming his third season and will add to breaststroke depth.

Hunter Parini, sophomore

Hunter is in his second season and is emerging as one of the faster sprinters on the team.

Nolan Platz, freshman

Nolan is another first-year swimmer that has already claimed several varsity spots. He contributes depth to several events. IM, freestyle and breaststroke.

Jake Starkel, sophomore

Jake is emerging as a well-rounded freestyler this year.

Keegan Worthington, senior

Keegan is a returning district veteran and will be filling the No.1 500 freestyle spot. Distance freestyler.

Coach Mark VanHuis is starting his second season as head coach.

Coach Pam Manix is in her fourth year as assistant coach.

— Compiled by information from Mark VanHuis


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