May 2, 2020
Senior Caroline Mason is a two-year varsity swim team member. Next year, Mason will be attending San Diego State University where she will be majoring in biology. Mason has enjoyed making lots of new friends during her years on the RHS swim team and will remember having fun at the Rio Linda relays.
Senior Ellen Schonberg competed on the varsity swim team for two years. After high school, Schonberg will be attending the University of Nevada, Reno where she will pursue a degree in social work. Schonberg’s favorite RHS swim memory is the craziness of the Rio Linda relays.
Chloe Castleman Svoboda
Senior Chloe Castleman Svoboda is a two-year member of the varsity swim. Next year, Castleman Svoboda will be attending San Jose State University. Castleman Svoboda’s favorite RHS swim memory is the Rio Linda relays.
Senior Gabryella Supapo swam on the varsity swim team for two years. Supapo beat her personal record in her events, freestyle and breaststroke, every subsequent swim meet. She has not yet chosen a college but Supapo plans to major in biochemistry. Supapo’s favorite swim memory is the Rio Linda relays and winning the most spirited award as a team.
Senior Abby Edmondson dedicated four years to the RHS swim program and served as a captain for one of those years. After high school, Edmondson will be attending the University of New England where she will be studying marine biology. Edmondson’s favorite memory is hanging out with her friends during the Rio Linda relays.
Senior Miki Yomogida is a three-year member of the varsity swim team and served as a captain for the team this season. As a sophomore, Yomogida was a member of the team’s section team. Next year, Yomogida will be playing on the water polo team at Sac City College where she will also be studying psychology. Yomogida’s favorite RHS swim memory is going to the Rio Linda relays and winning spirit award.
Senior Leah Salas was on the RHS varsity swim team for two years. After high school, Salas will be attending the California State Univerity, Chico where she will major in liberal studies in hopes of one day becoming a teacher. Salas’ favorite memory is hiding in the bathroom during warmups at swim meets and has enjoyed meeting new people.
Senior Alexia Garcia dedicated four years to the RHS swim program. Following high school Gracia will be attending Sierra College. Garcia’s favorite memory was always seeing her team cheer for everyone no matter who they were or what team they were on, she enjoyed seeing the positivity.
Senior Julie Nguyen is a three-year member of the varsity swim team. Next year, Nguyen will be attending the University of California, Los Angeles where she will major in civil engineering. Nguyen’s favorite memory is the adrenaline kick she got after racing in her first race as a freshman.