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AquaDogs set seven meet records

BRISTOL ó Having barely more than half its team competing, the Bearden AquaDogs nevertheless dunked the competition with 675 points while setting seven meet records at the annual Big 10 Relay Carnival swim and dive meet Nov. 12-13.

Six of the seven meet records came in relays from 13 different AquaDogs during the Nov. 13 swimming events among a 10-team field: boys 100-yard butterfly, 100 breaststroke, 200 fly, 100 freestyle, 400 free and co-ed 100-medley relays.

Relay swimmers were Carson Nicely, Ben Whiteside, Hunter Owen, A.J. Tipton, Bo Fethe, Michael Maxwell, Flavio Machado, Christian Schlank, Andrew Frost, Sam Kirk, Cameron Higdon, Lindsay Goodman and Sarah McCall.

McCall, who recently signed papers to attend the University of Richmond (see story on page 16) was named Queen of the Pool as the eventís top female swimmer.

Kirk earned runner-up King of the Pool honors while swimming the fastest 25-free.

Meanwhile, BHS divers accounted for 172 of the teamís 675 points and the other meet record during the dive competition Nov. 12.

Jennifer Lamp, named Queen of the Boards as the top female diver based on total points, set the 1-meter diving record along with Justin Miller.

Beardenís new diving record broke the old record set by AquaDog archrival Farragut.

The AquaDogs dual meet against the swim and dive Admirals is Dec. 19 at the UT Student Aquatic Center.

(Look for FHS swim and dive news in upcoming farragutpress editions).


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