Thursday, February 28, 2013
A month after the Hatboro Area YMCA announced that its outdoor pool would close this winter, efforts are still being made to relocate the Hatboro Hurricanes' swim practices.
The swim season is just a few months away, but where the Hatboro Area YMCA's team, the Hatboro Hurricanes, will practice for summertime meets is still up in the air. Since last month's announcement that the Y would close its outdoor pool, YMCA officials have been meeting with area pools to see if any can accommodate practices for the roughly 100 swimmers in the YMCA's swim team. To date, none of the pools have been able to accommodate the Y's practice schedule, according to YMCA Spokeswoman Omoiye Kinney. "We are still pursuing just different venues that we could possibly work with," Kinney told Patch. "We are looking at several other locations in the Hatboro area and the surrounding communities that we may be able to potentially partner …
Sunday, July 8, 2012
The Hatboro Storm hosts Flourtown Swim Club Saturday as temperatures climb to 100 degrees.
Thursday, July 7, 2011
The Hatboro Storm competed against Flourtown Country Club in their second match of the season Wednesday.
The Hatboro Storm swim team dropped to 1-1 following a 239-191 defeat against Flourtown Country Club at Hatboro Memorial Pool on Wednesday night. Despite the loss, Hatboro saw victories in 18 of events, plus three relays. For the boys eight and under 25-yard backstroke, Torrin Eimer won by a full 2.6 seconds, with a time of 22.40 seconds. For 13 to 14 year old girls, Haley Sutton and Molly Riemenschneider finished first and second in the 50-yard backstroke with times of 32.40 and 33.15. And the most impressive individual performance of the meet was by Bill Riemenschneider, who won the 25-yard backstroke in the 9-10 year old age group, finishing with a time of 18.22, a full three and a half seconds faster than the next closest swimmer. The …