Navarre senior Harrison Dorsey has always been known on the swim team as a fun-loving, sometimes goofy, athlete who loves joking around.
But he’s grown up over the last four years, becoming a leader for the Raiders, breaking school records along the way.
“I would like to think I’ve matured and come into a leadership role more over the years,” Dorsey said.
There’s no doubt he has. A team captain this year, Dorsey was one of three senior swimmers recognized last Wednesday afternoon at a Santa Rosa County quad meet at Hunter Pool in Pensacola.
Carson Whitley and Merete Conley are the other two seniors on the team.
“It’s unreal. I never really thought I’d be at this point,” Dorsey said. “Going through the years, watching others graduate, to see myself do it now, it’s kind of amazing.”
Like Dorsey, Conley has been swimming for the Raiders the past four seasons. She can’t believe her senior day has come and gone already.
“It’s crazy. I talk to these freshmen and feel old,” Conley said.
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