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Swimmers Among County’s Best

September 14, 2017

The swim team is off to a sensational start just three meets into the season as four school records have been broken a total of eight times, more than the previous two years combined.

On the most updated top times in Suffolk County, the Bears own seven top ten times county-wide including two #1 times from Madi Sargent. The most updated list does not reflect yesterday’s meet vs. Harborfields where Sargent’s 500 free and the 200 free relay team’s records were lowered.

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Individual

50 Freestyle

  • #24 – Yesenia McKee – 28.14

100 Freestyle

  • #7 – Rachel Crane – 57.95

200 Freestyle

  • #1 – Madi Sargent – 1:59.82
  • #9 – Rebecca Crane – 2:13.00
  • #19 – Yesenia McKee – 2:18.75

500 Freestyle

  • #1 – Madi Sargent – 5:23.78

100 Backstroke

  • #10 – Rachel Crane – 1:07.43

100 Breaststroke

  • #19 – Yesenia McKee – 1:20.37

100 Butterfly

  • #2 – Madi Sargent – 1:02.09
  • #13 – Rebecca Crane – 1:08.53

200 Individual Medley

  • #10 – Rebecca Crane – 2:29.20
  • #14 – Rachel Crane – 2:31.00

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Relays

200 Freestyle Relay

  • #3 – Sargent, McKee, Rachel Crane & Rebecca Crane – 1:49.01

200 Medley Relay

  • #5 – Rachel Crane, McKee, Sargent & Rebecca Crane – 2:00.69

400 Freestyle Relay

  • #3 – Sargent, Rachel Crane, McKee & Rebecca Crane – 3:57.00

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