Bayshore High swimmer T.C. Smith with parents Mike Smith and DeAnna Ross at a signing ceremony. Smith signed to swim with Louisville. Smith was the top qualifier in the Class 2A state swim meet preliminaries in both the boys 200 and 500 freestyle events on Saturday morning.
Bayshore High swimmer T.C. Smith with parents Mike Smith and DeAnna Ross at a signing ceremony. Smith signed to swim with Louisville. Smith was the top qualifier in the Class 2A state swim meet preliminaries in both the boys 200 and 500 freestyle events on Saturday morning. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com
Bayshore High swimmer T.C. Smith with parents Mike Smith and DeAnna Ross at a signing ceremony. Smith signed to swim with Louisville. Smith was the top qualifier in the Class 2A state swim meet preliminaries in both the boys 200 and 500 freestyle events on Saturday morning. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com

Bayshore’s Ober wins two gold, Smith one at 2A swim meet

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