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Published: Thursday, October 3, 2013, 4:51 p.m.

Prep girls swimming: Anacortes 97, Archbishop Murphy 85

At Fidalgo Pool
200 medley relay--Anacortes (Lauren Conrardy, Bella Wyll, April Masters, Maddy Graham) 2:11.42. 200 freestyle--Taylor Webb (A) 2:19.66. 200 individual medley--Kaelee McCloskey (AM) 2:25.40. 50 freestyle--Wyll (A) 29.11. Diving--Reilly Krueger (AM) 167.20. 100 butterfly--Samantha Nixon (AM) 1:189.00. 100 freestyle--Masters (A) 1:01.88. 500 freestyle--McCloskey (AM) 5:50.20. 200 freestyle relay--Archbishop Murphy (Vayle Barela, Krueger, Caitlin Mitchell, McCloskey) 2:02.01. 100 backstroke--Masters (A) 1:10.10. 100 breaststroke--Webb (A) 1:25.47. 400 freestyle relay--Murphy (Barela, Nixon, Mitchell, McCloskey) 4:23.94.

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