swimming

While no area swimmers made the Class AA state swim finals, the experience gained by competing against the best in the state made the trip to the University of Minnesota pool worth it.

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High school seniors official put pen to paper during the NCAA’s early signing period Nov. 13. Several area prep standouts made their future plans be known for most sports. Football signees will announce decisions on Feb. 5.

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Kelci Bryant’s name might not ring a bell when it comes to famous Olympic athletes like Lindsey Vonn or Usain Bolt but the stand-out University of Minnesota diver has competed for Team USA in synchronized diving (with partner Ariel Rittenhouse) at the last two summer Olympics. She placed fourth at the 2008 Beijing games and won a silver medal at the 2012 London games and has a host of other national and international awards.

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Spring Lake Park girls’ swimming team placed third at the Section 2A True Team meet, 249.5 points behind champion Blake and 205.5 points behind runner-up Breck at the event at Hutchinson High School Oct. 12.

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Spring Lake Park took part in the Class A portion of the meet in the first session of the day at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center in Minneapolis, March 1. Anoka, Andover and Blaine swimming and divers took part in the Class AA prelims.

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