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Introduced in the House on December 10, 2021
Adopted by the House on December 10, 2021
Summary: Olivia Corbi, 200-yard freestyle state swim champ
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Date Body Action Description with journal page number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12/10/2021 House Introduced and adopted (House Journal-page 31)
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TO CELEBRATE FORT MILL HIGH SCHOOL'S OLIVIA CORBI ON WINNING THE 2021 CLASS AAAAA GIRLS STATE SWIM CHAMPIONSHIP IN THE 200-YARD FREESTYLE AND TO CONGRATULATE HER AND HER COACHES ON AN OUTSTANDING SEASON.
Whereas, on October 9, 2021, sophomore standout swimmer Olivia Corbi took home a new honor: the 2021 Class AAAAA Girls State Swim Championship title in the 200-yard freestyle competition, held at the North Charleston Aquatics Center; and
Whereas, in addition, this exceptional athlete achieved both All-Region and All-State status; and
Whereas, Head Coach Cindy Van Buskirk, drawing on her own athletic skill and experience, trained Olivia all the way to the top of the mountain; and
Whereas, having made the team and exercised self-discipline in training for four years, the veteran swimmer has proved her mettle. During the regular season, she swam seven of the eight individual events, achieving state automatic cuts in all of them; and
Whereas, a three-time region champion (200-yard freestyle, 500-yard freestyle, and 400-yard freestyle relay), she swam four events at the state meet, the most a swimmer can qualify for. In addition to her gold in the 200-yard freestyle at state, Olivia captured a bronze medal in the 200-yard freestyle relay, fourth place in the 500-yard freestyle, and a silver medal in the 400-yard freestyle relay; and
Whereas, moreover, her Fort Mill High School girls swim team earned silver medals as team state runner-up; and
Whereas, appreciative of her deservedly fine reputation as a swimmer, as well as that of the entire Fort Mill girls swim team, the House is pleased to commend Olivia Corbi on her state title win. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives:
That the members of the South Carolina House of Representatives, by this resolution, celebrate Fort Mill High School's Olivia Corbi on winning the 2021 Class AAAAA Girls State Swim Championship in the 200-yard freestyle and congratulate her and her coaches on an outstanding season.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be presented to Olivia Corbi, Head Coach Cindy Van Buskirk, and Principal Gales Scroggs of Fort Mill High School.
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