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The Dawsonville Racers swim team competed at the North Georgia Swim League Pentathlon Saturday at the Brad Aiken YMCA in Winder.

The pentathlon is composed of five races (free stroke, backstroke, breast stroke, fly, and an IM race, which is all four disciplines).

Coach Stephanie Morgan's team had several good showings during the meet.

In the girls 10 and under event, Isabelle Kinsey placed third overall.

Kinsey finished fifth in the free stroke, second in the back stroke, second in the breast stroke, third in the fly stroke and third in the IM.

Also in the 10 and under race, Breanna Kudlas was 14th overall.

Kudlas was 18th in the free stroke, 20th in the back stroke, 13th in the breast stroke, 24th in the fly stroke and 16th in the IM.

Martha Corinn Thompson came in 16th overall in the girls 14 and under races.

Thompson touched the wall 16th in the free stroke, 23rd in the back stroke, 19th in the breast stroke, 16th in the fly stroke and 18th in the IM.

In the boys 14 and under events, Matthew Wood came in third overall.

Wood was first in the free stroke, third in the breast stroke, second in the fly stroke and second in the IM.

Wood was disqualified in the backstroke.

Aidan Kudlas raced in the boys 12 and under events. Kudlas placed fifth overall with a sixth place finish in the free stroke, eighth place finish in the back stroke, third place finish in the breast stroke, seventh place finish in the fly stroke and a fifth place finish in the IM.

Finishing seventh overall was Elliott Kinsey in the 8 and under grouping.

Kinsey came in fifth place in the free stroke, fifth place in the breast stroke, and sixth place in the fly stroke.

He was disqualified in the backstroke and the IM.

The Racers will compete next at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cornerstone School in Cumming.

On Saturday, the team will race in Habersham County at the Ruby Fulbright Center.

 

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