Swimming

Boys & Girls Varsity Swimming

Jaguar lady swimmers continued their fine improvement in quality and quantity. With the number of participants in double figures, the highlight of the season was a near first place finish in the Yeshiva Swim Shabbaton.   Finishing with 160 points, the Jaguars missed a tournament title by two points to eventual winner YULA.  Finishing behind the Jags were Ma’ayanot of Teaneck New Jersey, Shalhevet, and Milken. Receiving two individual first place medals each were Gabby Resnick and Dani Zane.  Gabby was also part of two first place relay teams composed also of Eda Endewardt, Melody Verdi, and Yael Shabtay.  Receiving All Liberty League second team honors was Eda Endewardt.  Receiving team Co-Swimmers of the Year were Gabriela Resnick and Captain Hannah Gordon.  Most of the team returns in addition to Junior Varsity swimmers so prospects look good for another successful season.

Jaguar Boys finished second in the Liberty League as numerous swimmers earned all -league honors.  Jacob Rudner received first team Liberty League honors and also set a league record in the 100 Yard Breaststroke.  Receiving second team honors were Danny Gross, Tomer Harel, Ryan Sarraf, Joseph Wise, Noam Haykeen, Jacob Rudner and Liad Cohain.  With Jacob Rudner earning 20 points and Noam Haykeen totaling 3 in CIF-Southern Section Finals, de Toledo finished 28th out of 150 public and private schools in Division 4.  Jacob Rudner earned All CIF-SS honors, a first for a Jaguar swimmer.  An additional highlight of the year was a 100-56 win over the Milken Wildcats.  In team awards, Moses Goodman received the Captain’s Award and Jacob Rudner was selected Swimmer of the Year.  Similar prospects for a successful forthcoming season are in the works as the bulk of the Liberty League runner up team returns in addition to several Junior Varsity swimmers.

Coaches

Laura Reardon, Head Swim Coach
Eddie Gutierrez, Assistant Coach
Christian Vento, Assistant Coach