Dyer, Farrar, and Gleason Make School History

Megan Halbert, Photographer

The Fort has had a few records broken this school year. Both Nolan Dyer and Jake Farrar for boys swimming and Seth Gleason for cross country. The Swim Relay Team, consisting of Farrar, Dyer, Brown, and Goeke, also broke a record of their own.

Nolan Dyer, senior, broke the school record for the 100 butterfly at 57.71 seconds and the fly at 57.46. This was the first time the record has been broken since 2011 by FZN graduate Shawn Farrar.

Dyer talks about his feelings of breaking the record.

“It feels pretty nice, it was my main goal that I was working towards for the whole swim season, so it felt pretty accomplishing,” said Dyer.

Jake Farrar, senior, broke his own brother, Shawn Farrars, record for the 100 breaststroke at 1:05:45.

Seth Gleason, senior, broke the school record for his 5k time of 16:05. This was the first time the record has been broken since 2010 by graduate Jake Benton.

Gleason gave insight into his training regime.

“I worked really hard over the summer, I’d get up at around 6:30 A.M. and run about 13 miles, so it’s quite rewarding,” said Gleason.