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Published: Tuesday, October 1, 2013, 7:01 p.m.

Prep girls swimming: Jackson 118, Meadowdale 52

At West Coast Aquatics Center
200 medley relay--Jackson (Madison Pressler, Nicole Limberg, Alexis Stamey, Brittni Burgess) 2:01.45; 200 freestyle--Nicole Limberg (J) 2:04.62; 200 individual medley--Victoria Nguyenle (M) 2:20.04; 50 freestyle--Hannah Davis (J) 26.86; Diving--No competition; 100 butterfly--Madison Pressler (J) 1:01.88; 100 freestyle--Victoria Nguyenle (M) 58.13; 500 freestyle--Pressler 5:20.75*; 200 freestyle relay--Jackson (Davis, Burgess, Pressler, Limberg) 1:51.31; 100 backstroke--Limberg 1:06.15; 100 breaststroke--Anabella King (M) 1:16.83; 400 freestyle relay--Jackson (Davis, Shannon Prendergast, Ashley Sawyer, Stamey) 4:10.96.

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Story tags » Meadowdale High School Henry M. Jackson High School High School SwimmingJackson High School

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