“Adam is another returning qualifier that should be watched. He is stronger than he was last year and that will serve him as he goes for another trip to the state swim meet,” said coach Scott Teel.
VYPE Magazine caught up with the Westmoore underclassman to learn more about this swimmer for the Jags.
VYPE: Adam, what do you love most about your team and teammates?
Stone: I love how the whole team is very close. We don’t have a lot of swimmers, so everyone knows everyone. Usually on any team there are groups of kids. Those groups don’t interact outside of their groups too much, but the swim team is just one big group, so no one has to worry about that.
VYPE: What events do you compete in?
Stone: I mainly swim the 100 breaststroke and sometimes swim the 100 free or the 100 fly.
VYPE: When did you start competing?
Stone: Technically I started competing when I was about seven, but they were just YMCA meets. I started going to serious meets in high school and started going to more when I joined club during sophomore year.
VYPE: Have you participated in other sports?
Stone: I used to run, but I recently quit to focus on swimming and school more.
VYPE: What is your favorite subject in school, and do you have a favorite teacher?
Stone: My favorite subject is computer science, and my favorite teacher is Mr. Stamatin.
VYPE: What is the routine before a meet? Do you have a go-to meal?
Stone: Every morning before a meet I always eat a sausage and egg burrito from McDonald’s.
VYPE: What are your plans after you graduate?
Stone: I’d like to go to college to get a bachelor’s degree, go to law school, then become a lawyer.