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October 9, 2012

Sliwowski sisters leave mark on Niagara Falls swim team

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Niagara Gazette — “The (relay) is a lot of fun,” Erin said. “I would’ve never thought with Jenna being a diver that she’d get in the pool and we’d all swim together.”

The twins are now seniors, and with only three Niagara Frontier League regular season meets left, they’re in awe that they’re nearing the end of their high school careers.

“I can’t believe it’s already over,” said Erin, who mentioned the she and Emily would probably attend the same college but hadn’t decided on swimming in the future. “Senior night’s on Friday and I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, where has the time gone?’ It’s crazy to think about.”

“I’m going to be a little upset because I always look forward to talking to them before and after meets,” Jenna said. “Next year, I’m going to be the oldest (on the team) and I’m not gonna have them to talk to.”

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