Century continues to dominate every time they get into the water. This season is no different.
The Patriots have not lost a meet inside the state borders in at least the last three seasons.
This past Saturday, the club went out to Fargo and took home first place against some of their biggest competition of the season. With all the winning, the girls have to dig deep and stay focused during practices and meets.
"Sometimes is it hard to find that [competitiveness]," senior Carly Palmer said. "but the girls do a really good job of pumping each other up. Doing cheers before and cheers for everybody in the pool. I think that's how we find our competitiveness."
Century does not hit the pool again until Oct. 25 when they faces Bismarck High and Legacy.
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