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Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle wins meets in swim league

In North Alabama High School Swim League action Wednesday night, Lee, Madison County, and Hartselle High Schools kicked off the 2011 swim season with a Double Dual Swim Meet at Huntsville’s Brahan Springs Natatorium.

In girls action, Hartselle beat both Madison County (58-18) and Lee (60-2). Madison County girls topped the Lee girls (56-4). double winners in the girls were Jordan Bruner in the 100-yard Individual Medley and the 50-yard Fly; and Jess Horton in the 50-yard Free and the 200-yard Free.

In boys action, Hartselle beat both Madison County (60-7) and Lee (60-8). Lee boys topped the Madison County boys (37-24). Triple Winner Alec Holloway (100-yard Individual Medley, 50-yard Free, and 50-yard Back) and Double Winner Michael Powell (50-yard Fly and 50-yard Breast) had a lot to celebrate.

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