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Lebanon girls win 4th straight division
Mar 28, 2007 12:00 am
Lebanon's girls recently won their fourth straight division championship, with each year moving up in class.
The Blue Devils finished third in Division IV behind Riverdale and Oakland after winning it the previous three seasons.
Among the Devilettes' top seniors was Andrea Mason, who finished 16th in the 50 freestyle and 23rd in the 100 backstroke at the State Meet last month. He has signed to swim for NAIA Lambuth University.
Erin Sawyer finished 63rd in the 50 free and 45th in the 100 back. She will attend Muscle Shoals [Ala.] Community College this fall and plans to continue swimming for the Shoals Sharks United States Masters team.
Amber Hall swam in the 200 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay. She will attend Vol State this falla nd continue swimming with the Middle Tennessee Swim Club out of the Jimmy Floyd Center.
Brittney Goode swam in the 200 free relay and will attend Belmont. She plans to continue coaching in the Floyd Center's youth swimming league.
Seniors on the Blue Devils included Adam Bard, who placed 54th in the State 100 freestyle. He plans to attend Middle Tennessee State University this fall. Adam Hamm swam in the men's 200 freestyle relay and will attend either MTSU, Austin Peay or Western Kentucky this fall.
Jamal Hasan was 81st in the 200 individual medley and swam in the medley relay. He plans to attend Tennessee or Tennessee Tech.
Nathan Morris has been offered a position on the swim team at Darton [Ga.] College and is also considering Austin Peay.
Underclassmen who swam in the State include freshman Bradley Gillian, who was 64th in the 200 free and 32nd in the 500 free; junior Paige Mason, who was 71st in the 100 fly and 40th in the 500 free; freshman Jimmy Bowers, who swam on the 200 free relay; junior Sarah Morgan, who swam on the 200 medley relay and sophomore Zach Morgan, who swam on the 200 free relay.