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H.S. State Swimming Meet Results

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AUSTIN (Kiii Sports) - Ray diver Zoe Alaniz already took home the national High School Heisman award a couple months ago, now she's a god medal winner. Here are the results from Saturday's state swim meet:

GIRLS

GOLD: 4A Diving - Zoe Alaniz (Ray)

5th: 4A 50 Freestyle - Kristina Prewitt (Flour Bluff)


BOYS

SILVER: 4A 50 Freestyle - Andrew Hauglum (Flour Bluff)

     4A 200 Freestyle Relay - Phillip Ugarte, Lucas Mestas-Nunez,

 Anthony Hauglum, Oliver Garnier (Flour Bluff)

4th: 4A 200 Freestyle - Jack McLaughlin (Calallen)

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