NAME: Celia Oberholzer
SCHOOL: Wyoming High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2011
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: “Balancing high school, competitive swimming
and a social life.”
PARENTS: Alice Leetch-Brett Oberholzer
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Parents, friends, swimming in general, writing
FUTURE GOAL: “Discover what I would love to do for the rest of my life.”
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Celia is a swimming All-American and a 2-time Ohio Div. II state champion, winning the 100 backstroke both her sophomore and junior years. During this season’s district championships, Celia helped her team set a district record 1:39.38 in the 200 medley relay. She also was district champ in the 100 backstroke, as the Wyoming swim team finished the season as league champions, sectional champions and district runners-up. Celia has set numerous records in her great career, and twice has been named the Enquirer’s Div. II Swimmer of the Year and 3 times named 1st team all-city. Also an academic superstar (4.36 weighted GPA), Celia is a member of National Honor Society and is active in community service. She swims for the Wyoming SeaDragons in the summer, and has not yet selected a college. Her favorite entertainer is Sufjan Stevens, favorite book is The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, and most-like-to-meet is John Green.
COACH’S QUOTE --“Celia is a great competitor, and thrives on good competition. She is a wonderful teammate and provides an excitement and energy that the whole team feeds off of. She is a winner!” -- David Elliott, Swimming Coach
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