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Humans of CP – Jack Weiland

Houston Fuller, Reporter

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With swim being one of the few year round sports here at CPHS, I interviewed Jack Weiland, the swim team captain about what it takes to be a good leader for the team. “You need to be very encouraging and cheer for the team at meets. You also need a good attitude during practice to keep everybody else happy and together during practices and meets. My goal for the rest of my high school swimming career is to make it to state in the 500 free.” Jack Weiland

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