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El Rancho Athletics Update

El Rancho High School Athletics events have been suspended until April 13. This includes practices and workouts. We will keep people updated if there are any changes.

New Swim Records 3/5

Karinna Lopez improves her #4 ERHS All Time 500 Free from 6:20.31 to 6:14.34. Lexi Gallegos, Natalie Zuniga, Karla Callejas, Karinna Lopez improved their #4 ERHS All Time 200 Free Relay from 2:02.76 to 1:59.95 Natalie Zuniga, Citlali Antonio, Karinna Lopez, Lorelei Rojo improved their #4 ERHS All Time 400 Free Relay from 4:31.55 to

Third Sweep In A Row

For the third meet in a row, all four AquaDon teams have snatched victory from their opponents. JV Girls lost the first relay 6-8, but then swept the 200 Free (13-3) and continued to earn double digit points for 8 or the remaining 11 events. Final score 100-51. JV Boys opened with a 12-0 Medley

New Swim Records (3/3)

Lorelei Rojo, who set the new #1 ER All Time record in the 100 Back and #4 time in the 100 Fly last week, improved both times and now claims a new #1 ER All Time record in the 100 Fly, taking the spot from Angelica Martinez’s 2016 time by 4/10ths of a second. Karinna

All Levels Sweep Alhambra

The Men’s and Women’s swim teams swept all four levels today at home, improving all four teams records to 2-0. JV Girls’ team was perfect. They won every single individual race, often placing 1st/2nd/3rd. (119-21) JV Boys’ team won every single race except the 50 Breaststroke, where two DQs cost them the chance to sweep

Swimming Sweeps Bell Gardens

The AquaDons took on the Lancers of Bell Gardens on Thursday, February 28. Pre-season meets are a good opportunity to shake off the dust from last year and give newer swimmers the opportunity to feel the rhythm of a dual meet. As invitational meets can provide opportunities for close competition and time to rest between

How are Swim Meets Scored?

Did you win your race? What was your time? These are the common questions most swimmers face from family and friends that don’t know the sport very well. Swimming, like track, is both an individual and team sport. “Losing” a race is like losing an inning in baseball… its just part of the overall game.