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BIG FISH/ LITTLE FISH

BIG FISH           LITTLE FISH

Tabitha Lyons Avery Holt and Gwyneth applequist
Isabella Messersmith Hadley Moriarty and Frances Kleinsteuber
Grace Holley Ansley Palmateer and Ruby Zimmerman
Charley Zimmerman Adeline Hamman
Hadley Petitmermet Charlotte Wanger
Gracie Bescanceny Cora Baumann-Clayton
Nora Winter Caroline Penry
Maggie Wanger Sophie Penry
Kitty Ross Emily Pugh
Addison Holt Everly Carr
Kit Buckheit Grace Krebs
Charlotte Ross Savannah Harvey
Yuna Nicklas Adelie Carr
Elise Wilcox Mia Hackett
Kendall Baxter Eva Arguello
Madison Williams Aven Goodrum
Janie Buckheit Nora Zimmerman
Haley Wanger Maggie Madden
Audrey Luong Simone Paulsen
Kenzie Williams Kylia Carr
Maeve Winter Ava Hackett
Addison Rockwood Vivienne Holley
Kate Pomerantz Gretchen Meredith


BIG FISH                          LITTLE FISH

Declan Madden George Mushovic
Preston Lyons Will Fetter
Nicolas Messersmith Greyson Dowler
Jacoby Rockwood Sam Berman
Mason Pugh Finn Applequist
Alex Luong and Jackson Koechley Bennett Arguello
Drake Bowser and Max Berman Bennett Rockwood
Liam Madden Tommy Pugh
Mason Petitmermet Henry Mushovic
Matt Lee Jack Fetter
Matthew Neptune Quinn Hackett
Anthony Messersmith Lander Bowser
Cole Mauvais Brooks Baumann-Clayton
Peter Neptune Gus Kleinsteuber
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Big Fish / Little Fish Program



Calling All Big Fish/Little Fish!

The Big Fish, Little Fish program is designed to build relationships, camaraderie, and team spirit between the age groups. The Big Fish/Little Fish program is not about elaborate gifts – it is about actions and behavior. It is about being a supportive teammate!

Both swimmers are encouraged to cheer each other on at practices and meets. However, the Big Fish should take the lead to be a mentor, cheerleader, and role model of what makes a good teammate. To ensure the success of the program, it is important that Big Fish fulfill these expectations. If you don’t think you can reliably serve in this role, please don’t sign-up to participate in the program.

Here’s How to Get Involved:

1. CREATE- Write your Big/ Little Fish a note, draw a picture, or make a friendship bracelet! Use your talents to inspire your Big/ Little Fish to swim fast and psych them up for a great meet!

2. CHEER - Watch your Big/Little Fish swim at meets! Be the loudest and most supportive teammate on the pool deck!

3. CONGRATULATE- After your Big/Little Fish race, be there to tell them how great they swam!

4. AT THE POOL- If you are at the pool, meet up with your Little Fish for some fun. Go for a swim (Big Fish can help Little Fish with their strokes), a walk, or even a snack together. Make this a memorable experience for you as well as them!!

5. FUN EVENTS/ OTHER - Spend some time together at events such as swimming under the stars, Pirates Cove, or the Banquet. We will suggest other activities at season at meets and practices for Big Fish/ Little Fish to connect!

To Be a BIG FISH:

  • Be 10 or older
  • You must commit to cheering on your Little Fish.
  • If possible, let your Little Fish know when you are going to miss a meet or any social event.

To Be a LITTLE FISH:

  • Age 9 and under
  • Just let us know if your child wants to participate!
  • If possible, let your Big Fish know when you are going to miss a meet or any social event.

Please complete the following form for each swimmer that would like to participate in the Big Fish/Little Fish Program. Please complete the form by June 2 at 3pm. Buddies will be sent via email and on the website by June 4. Sorry for the short turn around.

https://forms.gle/t1zvrg7is1xWhmbg6

After you sign-up, you will be assigned a Big/Little Fish who is counting on you! If for any reason you are no longer able to participate, please notify Natalie Messersmith at 720-971-9774 or njvona@gmail.com.

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