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Locust Grove and Dutchtown swimmers get set to compete earlier this year in swimming.

McDONOUGH — The County swim championships have come to pass for this past weekend and it’s wrapped up quickly as the All-County Swim Team was revealed.

A few athletes who were named to the list include individual county champions. The rest of the list came from the top point scorers during the county championship this past Saturday based off their individual and relay events.

The complete list includes:

Nora Ratmeyer — Dutchtown

500-yard freestyle champion

Lailah Simmons — Dutchtown

Talia Clarke — Dutchtown

Seriah Kornegay — Eagle’s Landing

200-yard freestyle champion

Adjoa Odame-Adams — Eagle’s Landing

Grace Vaughn — Locust Grove

Kayla Wallace — Locust Grove

Anna Climie — Locust Grove

Avery Dulaney — Locust Grove

Hailey Bos — Luella

100-yard freestyle champion

Katy Mae Elder — Luella

Kendall Washo — Ola

50-yard freestyle champion, 100-yard breaststroke champion

Emma Leonard — Ola

100-yard backstroke champion

Shelby Nail — Ola

100-yard butterfly champion

Kylah MacDonald — Ola

Emma Piper — Ola

Macahria Maxey — Stockbridge

Avonlea Kirby — Union Grove

200-yard individual medley champion

Lilly Dunn — Union Grove

Mackenzie Clark — Union Grove

Emma Huyng — Union Grove

Kennedy Griffin — Woodland

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