POLAND OH- In diving, all the hard work put in during the season can come down a few 2 second dives that decide whether or not you go to state. For second year diver Dominic Elia, he never lets that pressure get to him. No merges, no overthinking, Dominic just dives. He dives pretty well too. Elia scored a 276.05 to finish 10th out of 24 divers in districts to advance to state. The cut off was the top 16.

Dominic has been embraced by the older divers on the team and has meshed right into the family atmosphere the team brings. He gets along with everyone on the team. The bonding they bring, is the hallmark of their success in the pool.

Dominic took the time to join YSN’s Running Point this week to talk about his diving. He talks with Anthony Hartwig, and Ty Bartell about his journey to the pool, how he’s grown this season, and much more. You don’t want to miss the latest Poland Diving Player Profile on YSN.

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POLAND OH- It’s been a quality season for the diving team at Poland. Sydney Ohlin is just one of four divers that represents the Bulldogs who qualified for state after her performance at districts. Sydney scored a 343.60 to advance to state. That was good enough for 4th place in districts. This will be her first trip to state and she looks to make the most of it.

Sydney points out how tight knit this diving team is at Poland. When you spend two hours a day, six days a week with the same group of four people working hard at your goals, you tend to build a bond. The team lifts each other  up, and even at times helps coach each other on things they’re struggling with.

Sydney took the time to join YSN’s Running Point this week to talk about her journey into diving. She talks with Ty Bartell, and Anthony Hartwig about how she fell in love with the sport of diving, her goals in the state meet, and so much more. Hear the latest Poland Diving player profile exclusively on YSN.

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POLAND OH- Kendall Nigh is state bound for the second year in a row. The Poland diving standout has put together a masterful season breaking multiple school records in the process of punching her ticket to state. Kendall qualified for state with a score of 408.90 which ranked her 3rd in the D2 girls diving district meet.

Kendall not only gets it done in the pool, but also puts in the work in the classroom. She is on track to be one of her classes valedictorians as she continues to masterfully balance school work, and diving. Those organization tools when come in handy in her future as she plans on continuing her diving career at Duquesne University.

Nigh was able to hop on to Running Point this week to talk about her journey. She talks with Anthony Hartwig, and Ty Bartell about her love for the sport, her bond with her teammates, and so much more. Don’t miss this exclusive sit down with a state qualified diver on YSN.

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