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High School Girls Swimming: Time to make waves

Young De Pere team enters a demanding stretch of the season

5:10 PM, Sep. 17, 2013
De Pere High School junior Dana Kaftan, pictured in the water at Broadview YMCA during a team practice Saturday morning, Sept. 14, 2013, leads the Redbirds' returning swimmers this season. Kaftan swam in the WIAA Division 1 state meet in Madison last fall.
De Pere High School junior Dana Kaftan, pictured in the water at Broadview YMCA during a team practice Saturday morning, Sept. 14, 2013, leads the Redbirds' returning swimmers this season. Kaftan swam in the WIAA Division 1 state meet in Madison last fall.
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They had their first meet in late August, but the 2013 girls swimming season for De Pere High School's Redbirds is starting to move now.

A dual at Fox River Classic Conference rival Bay Port on Tuesday began a busy stretch in which the Redbirds are on the schedule for nine meets in 26 days.

"I'm pretty excited for what the next couple of weeks can show because it's going to be a true test," said Dan Lindstrom, De Pere's second-year head coach. "Nine meets in three weeks is a gauntlet of meets. It'll be a defining couple of weeks for us." ...

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