Trinity Hall Swim Team Wins Shore Conference and Celebrates Senior Night | Monarch Media

On February 3, 2024, the Trinity Hall swim team defended their Shore Conference title and took home the win at the Shore Conference meet. The Monarchs placed first out of 29 teams from Monmouth and Ocean counties. 
The meet started out with the 200 Medley Relay consisting of Mia Smith ‘25, Jill Basile ‘24, Maxine Camillone ‘25 and Parker Gmelich ‘24. This stacked relay took first place and showed all the teams that the Monarchs were the team to beat. After swimming in the relay, Camillone took first place in the 200 Freestyle and third in the 500 Freestyle. 
The 400 Free Relay placed third in the meet and consisted of Smith, Lauren Hanus ‘26, Basile and Camillone. Smith took 3rd place in the 200 IM and 2nd in the 100 Backstroke, which set the Monarchs up with a significant number of points for the remainder of the meet. 
The team was so excited to see all of their hard work throughout the season pay off. Team captain, Emma Grace Pedone ‘24 said, “I am so proud of our team for winning Shore Conference for the second year in a row. Everyone did an incredible job, and it was an amazing feeling to defend our title. I can’t wait to see what the team will continue to accomplish going forward. Go Monarchs!” The season is not over yet for the swim team as they still have the state tournament meets and the team is looking forward to the rest of the season. 
Following this triumphant win, the Monarchs swim team felt it was time to celebrate and commemorate all the impressive accomplishments, hard work and dedication of the senior swimmers. The annual intersquad Orange and Blue Meet took place on February 6. Each senior was celebrated by a junior giving a personal speech to each of them, along with a bouquet of flowers and a poster. After the heartfelt messages, each team put their game faces on and the meet commenced. The energy at the meet was electric with every single swimmer cheering for their respective team. 
After a few exciting events and one whole team relay, the Blue Team came out with the victory, winning by one point. Congratulations to the swim team on their tremendous success, and good luck in the remainder of the postseason!

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