Record setting and performance improvement highlight Clermont County

January 29th, 2006    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

New Richmond varsity swimming teams splashed Seven Hills in the friendly confines of the Lion waters. Nate Kramer established a new school record in the 200-yard freestyle in a time of 2-minutes, 8.04-seconds.

The boys won 55-36. New Richmond winners: 200 medley relay (Chris Werle, Francisco Carranza, Craig Beahr, and Soon Shin Hawkins) 1:55.5; Beahr (200 freestyle) 2:38.86; Jason Graser (50 free) 27.06; Andy Ewald (100 free) 1:01.9; 200 free relay (Kramer, Graser, Troy Tucker, and Ewald) 1:50.98; Kramer (100 backstroke) 1:59.87; and 400 free relay (Beahr, Hawkins, Tucker, and Alex Thomas) 4:43.73.

The girls won 49-44. New Richmond winners: Alana Kennedy (200 free) 2:51.1; Justine Hergert (100 free) 1:14.12; and 400 free relay (Rachel Mahan, Lura Appelman, Brandi Dickerson, and Alisha Dodson) 5:14.97.

McClain High School of Greenfield put the Lions under the conquered

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