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February 1, 2014

Prep roundup: Lady Bruins clinch sub-region hoops title

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TUNNEL HILL — Swimming

• Coahulla Creek ended its regular season with a sweep at Dalton High’s pool against Heritage, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe, Ringgold and Southeast Whitfield.

The Coahulla Creek boys scored 338 points, besting Ringgold’s 151, Heritage’s 121, Southeast’s 81 and LFO’s 22. Coahulla Creek’s girls scored 312 points with Southeast finishing second with 81, followed by Heritage (62), Ringgold (53) and LFO (18).

For the Coahulla Creek boys, the 400-yard freestyle relay team of Bryson King, Macavan Kalafut, Eason Langford and Alex Jarjoura won in 4 minutes, 46.68 seconds. King (200 freestyle, 2:47.89), Jarjoura (50 freestyle, 25.02) and Jake Mathis (1-meter diving, 178.40) were the team’s other winners.

For the girls, the 200 medley relay team of Alex Tate, Madison Zerbe, Grecia Torres, Taylor Graham won in 2:42.06. Other winners for the Lady Colts were Sami Newsome (200 freestyle, 3:01.31; 500 freestyle. 8:13.87), Lilliana Richardson (200 individual medley, 3:27.53; 100 butterfly 1:34.73), the 200 freestyle relay team (Erin Harden, Abbi Tate, Alex Tate, Graham; 2:08.15) and 400 freestyle relay (Abbi Tate, Haley Stennett, Harden, Graham; 4:49.60).

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