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West Salem's Micah Masei named All-American

West Salem senior Micah Masei has been named an All-American swimmer.

Masei, who has signed to compete in swimming in Hawaii, had a 50 free time of 20.99 seconds at the OSAA Class 6A state swimming meet, and his time was accepted by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association of America, Inc. 82 more words

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Kulikowski signs with Whitworth for swimming

Bishop Manogue senior Allison Kulikowski signed a letter of intent to swim at Whitworth University in Spokane, Wash.

She competes in the 200 and 500 freestyle events. 26 more words

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The Numbers Are In: Learn-To-Swim Programs Help Our Youth Develop Necessary Life Skills

Did you know Richmond, VA is one of the top River Towns in America?  Yet, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning is the number 2 leading cause of accidental death in children ages 1 to 14.  428 more words

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New Paltz's Trzewik-Quinn, Lourdes' Thomas swim to state finals

And then there were two.

Seamus Trzewik-Quinn of New Paltz High School and Christian Thomas of Our Lady of Lourdes advanced to the finals of the New York State boys swimming championships on Friday, at the Nassau County Aquatic Center in East Meadow. 587 more words

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State championships: Dozens of athletes have sights set on titles

State championships will be decided this weekend for four of the winter season’s scholastic sports.

The New York State Public High School Boys Swimming and Diving Championship Meet will be held at the Nassau County Aquatic Center on Long Island, with swimming preliminaries and diving finals set for Friday and swimming finals slated for Saturday. 707 more words

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Carmel swimmer Drew Kibler commits to Texas

Carmel High School swimmer Drew Kibler, a member of the U.S. junior national team, has committed to the University of Texas.

He posted the announcement Monday on Instagram and Twitter accounts. 216 more words

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Forde sets 2 records as SHA swimmers win again

This time there would be no bell-lap mishap for Brooke Forde, and she had her mom on deck just to make sure.

The Sacred Heart Academy star capped her high school career in style Saturday, winning four events and setting two state records while helping the Valkyries capture their fifth straight team title during the swimming and diving state championships at the University of Louisville’s Ralph Wright Natatorium. 1,093 more words

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