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Junior Nationals Start With Record Breaking Swim

 
Tonight the Northern Kentucky Clippers made team history as they put an "A" and "B" relays in the water for the first time on both boys and girls side at the Junior National Level. Also setting team history was the Girls "A" 200 Medley Relay finishing 5th overall and breaking the Ohio LSC Open Record going a 1:43.8. The girls "B" relay finished an impressive 41st overall beating a great deal of "A" relays from other teams.
The boys relays were very exciting but in two different fashions. The Boys "A" relay moved up 10 spots from their seed of 35th to finish 25th and the boys "B" relay with all rookies to the Junior National meet finished a strong 56th place with some unfortunate wall problems.

Congratulations to all 16 swimmers who took to the water tonight and made Clipper History!!

**New State Record**
Girls A: Caitlyn Forman, Brooke Schutte, Ellen Williamson, Krissie Brandenburg

Girls B: Mary Bank, Melissa Thurman, Mallory Meier, Molly Hinken
Boys A: Shane Coltharp, Louis Rodgers, Ryan Haas, Rob Walsh
Boys B: Max Williamson, Spencer Franzoi, Conner Downard, Cole Garriott