Former Peninsula High school dive team coach Liz Litsch lost her battle with cancer in September. Her chair and desk that accompanied her to meets and regular practices were being prepared for permanent memorial display at the school’s pool, where she coached for 29 years after having been a team member herself years ago. New dive coach Rob Nichols, left, and swim team coach Craig Brown will continue on with the good work that Litsch had established over her years.
Former Peninsula High school dive team coach Liz Litsch lost her battle with cancer in September. Her chair and desk that accompanied her to meets and regular practices were being prepared for permanent memorial display at the school’s pool, where she coached for 29 years after having been a team member herself years ago. New dive coach Rob Nichols, left, and swim team coach Craig Brown will continue on with the good work that Litsch had established over her years. LEE GILES III Staff photographer
Former Peninsula High school dive team coach Liz Litsch lost her battle with cancer in September. Her chair and desk that accompanied her to meets and regular practices were being prepared for permanent memorial display at the school’s pool, where she coached for 29 years after having been a team member herself years ago. New dive coach Rob Nichols, left, and swim team coach Craig Brown will continue on with the good work that Litsch had established over her years. LEE GILES III Staff photographer

Peninsula High coaches construct touching memorial for late diving coach Litsch

October 07, 2015 09:41 AM

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