10 MOMENTS TO SAVOR FROM FALL 2012
Hey, where's everyone else?
In the biggest swim meet of the year, the Division 1 state championship at Harvard, Billerica's C.J. Khoshabjian won the 100 breaststroke. He also finished last. The rare double was accomplished because Khoshabjian was the only swimmer in the pool. Last fall, a storm erupted when boys competed in the girls' sectionals and state finals. The solution was to allow the few boys who competed in the fall to swim their own mini state meet. And when Khoshabjian was the only boy to qualify for states, he was set up to win ... and lose. "Im sure everyone was like, 'Wait, there's only one kid swimming?' It was weird, for sure."
Yoon S. Byun / Globe Staff
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