State Swim Meet | VideoLee Timmerman | 2/26/2013
In the West, The Patriots and Magi have exchanged wins and losses between each other this season but Minot won the last time at the WDA. The Patriots say at that this weekends state meet is there`s to win.
"It`s going to take our best effort. I believe if we get all our guys giving their best effort we will win thats certainly not counting out west fargo and fargo north but Minot is going to be our major contender the team we have to contend with," said coach Dennis Kemmesat.
"This year we`ve had some guys step up and our whole team has actually stepped up and worked really hard and its been a process but were working our way there," said senior Collin Kemmesat.
"I think we`re pretty confident. We`ve done pretty well this season so were just trying to keep that going. We know that we got to work hard and minot`s going be ready to go," said senior Taylor Crothers.
"The number one goal in the back of our minds is winning he state meet no matter what," said senior Dylan Sether.
Dylan will go into the Sports Spotlight tomorrow.