Several schools made the trip to Boundary Waters on Saturday to compete in a a swimming meet. Local school’s in attendance included Chapel Hill, Douglas County, Lithia Springs and Alexander. Newnan also sent a team.

Newnan dominated the meet, winning 14 of the 22 events. Douglas County followed with four victories. Alexander won three races and Chapel Hill took on race.

For Douglas County, the girls 200-yard medley relay placed first in a time of 2:15.00. Swimming in the event were Thunwa Klaihathai, Elizabeth Farmer, Mackensi Phillips, and Mallory Pollock. Farmer also took first in the girls 200-yard IM with a time of 2:44.59. The girls 200-yard freestyle relay team of Bridgette Fox, Klaihathai, Farmer and Phillips took first in a time of 1:57.84.

Zach Camp finished first in the boys 100-yard butterfly with a tim of 1:06.65.

For Alexander, Ian Burks took first in the boys 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:14.59. Makenzie Buck placed first in the girls 50-yard freestyle with a time of 26:53. Buck also took first in the girls 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:18.14.

Chapel Hill’s lone first place finish came from Emily Austin, who finished the girls 200-yard freestyle in a time of 2:41.44.

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