South Pasadena High’s varsity girls and boys’ swim teams will be looking for their second wins of the season on Tuesday after falling to Arcadia in non-league action earlier this week.
Both the Tigers squads are 1-1 and will be looking to improve when they face Eagle Rock on March 13 in a 3:30 p.m. home meet.
The Tigers lost 112-46 on the girls’ side to Arcadia while the boys came out on the short end of a 94-70 score last Wednesday.
In girls’ action, South Pasadena swept the 200 individual medley with Kyra Angkasa taking first, Maya Villasenor second, and Sarah Zenas third.
The Tigers’ 200-medley relay finished third. The team featured Christie Lew (backstroke), Kyra Angkasa (breaststroke), Sarah Zenas (fly), and Maya Villasenor (Freestyle).
“Overall we had some great swims from a lot of swimmers,” said South Pasadena High’s girls’ swim coach Sydney Kanne. “Everyone improved on person best times, and I am proud of everyone for giving it their best.
Swimming well for the Tigers’ boys’ team were Jaden Mullin and Kyra Angkasa in the 200-meter individual medley, along with Tim Chiu Jasper Lee and Eileen Zenas in the 500-meter freestyle.
Other notable SPHS swimmers were Christie Lew and Henrique Sannibale in the backstroke. Angkasa grabbed first place in the 100 breaststroke while teammate Mani Roshandel finishing second place.