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2014 LSJ boys swimming and diving preview

KEY: back–backstroke, breast–breaststroke, dist.–distance or 200 and 500 freestyle, fly–butterfly, free–freestyle, IM–individual medley, sprints–50 or 100 freestyle

CAAC BLUE

DEWITT

Last season: 2-5, 2-5 (6th place) 1,711 more words

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Freyja Garbaccio is the LSJ Swimmer of the Year

At this rate, there won’t be much more for Okemos sophomore Freyja Garbaccio to accomplish by the time her senior year rolls around.

The 2014 LSJ swimmer of the year won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly events at the CAAC Blue meet this season. 414 more words

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Abby Johnstone named LSJ girls Diver of the Year

After a remarkable junior season, Mason diver Abby Johnstone headed into her final year with one thing in mind: leaving a legacy.

The two-time LSJ diver of the year broke four diving records with her score of 415.10 at this year’s CAAC Red meet, and she finished 25th at the Division 2 state finals. 430 more words

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Kim Brewbaker named LSJ swimming Coach of the Year

Coming off an undefeated season in 2013, St. Johns swimming coach Kim Brewbaker knew his 2014 squad had potential.

He was just unsure how high their ceiling could be. 404 more words

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Girls’ Team Celebrates at Team Banquet

The high school women’s team concluded their season with the team banquet on Monday evening (11/10/13).  The girls and their families all gathered to celebrate the hard work, a strong winning record, and sending events to the State Meet! 819 more words

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SMAC swimmers choose Texas, Virginia Tech

Remedy Rule was on a group message board with her future teammates at the University of Texas recently when a question was posed as to who would be the shortest athlete in the pool next year. 764 more words

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Ruston captures third-straight swimming title

SULPHUR – The 2014 Division II LHSAA State Swimming Championships came down to the final event between Ruston and Holy Cross of New Orleans. It was simply a case of winner take all. 523 more words

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