State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently honored the Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School boys 200-yard freestyle relay team as the 2016 National Champions.  Representative Anielski presented the student athletes with a resolution to commemorate their accomplishment during last Wednesday’s Ohio House Session.
 
“The members of the BBHHS swim team have epitomized the power, poise, and precision that befit true champions,” said. Rep. Anielski.  “Their first place finish is a true national measure of their commitment to the sport and signifies valuable experience attained that is sure to benefit them in the future.”


The 200 freestyle relay team, consisting of swimmers Mark Krusinski, Michael Lynch, Matthew Martin, and David Madej, took the gold this summer in the High School National Swim Championship after placing first in the state championship earlier in the year.


Athletic Director, Mark Maslona, said, "We are so honored to have our Swim Relay Team and Coaching Staff recognized by Rep. Anielski and the Ohio House.  Our 2016 National Championship has been a great source of pride for our school district and this recognition has made it even more special!"


All four swimmers were joined by their Coach Mark Krusinski, Athletic Director Mark Maslona, and family members to receive the House resolution.

 
 
 
  
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