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DICKINSON — With a big splash, Ericka Williams plunged into the deep end of the pool. For as long as she can remember she’s been comfortable around the clear blue water. Williams is a senior Dickinson High School competitive swimmer, a 2022 All-Conference selection, a four-year State qualifier and a six-year letter winner.
“You win some and you lose some,” Charley Rathgeber said. “You aren't always going to have your best days.”
"...Only 12 teams get to end their season on a win and I’m so happy we could be one of the 12," Ava Jahner said.
“They played a notch above us tonight and came out with confidence,” Breanna Sisson said.
“There is an extra level of pressure added to these games because you are in this do or die, win or go home situation,” Breanna Sisson said.
The DHS Swim and Dive Team finished 5th at State on Nov. 12, the best finish they have ever had at the Championship. 200 yard freestyle relay team snatches silver

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“We pray for our teammates and keep God on our side because it helps us as a team,” Bella Kovash said.
“Her dedication to the team really inspires me," Titans middle hitter Olivia Kessel said. "Coach is so committed to this program she makes a family, not just a team."
Trinity defeated the Glen Ullin-Hebron Bearcats in a title game Wednesday evening.

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