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Three Sharks set pool records at Perryville

Tuesday, June 18, 2002

PERRYVILLE -- Sikeston's swim team traveled to Perryville on Saturday, taking third place with 390 team points. Scott City won the meet with 547 points, followed by Perryville with 431. Poplar Bluff took fourth at 340.

For Sikeston, no team records were broken, but the Sharks did have three swimmers set new pool records at Perryville's pool.

They were Lauren Medley (13-14, 100 breaststroke), Dylan Mason (6 & Under, 25 breaststroke) and Ben F. Marshall (15-18, 100 meter butterfly).

In the girls 8 and under division, Amanda Allen took first place in the 25 breast and the 100 individual medley.

In the boys 9-10 class, Gratten Allen took first in the 50 breast and the 100 IM. In the girls 6 and under division, Mary-Claire Gleason placed first in the 25 fly.

In the girls 8 and under, Mary Kendig took first in the 25 free and the 25 back.

In 6 and under girls, Mary Liz Klueppel won the 25 breast.

In the 15-18 boys class, Marshall won the 100 back, 100 fly and 200 IM. In the boys 6 and under, Mason took first in the 25 free, 25 back and 25 breast.

In the girls 15-18 class, Kayla Medley won the 100 free, 100 breast and 50 free. In girls 13-14, Lauren Medley took first in 100 free, 100 back, 100 breast and 50 free.

In the 15-18 girls, Megan Nelson won the 100 back. Kenneth Moy took first in the 8 and under 25 breast.

The girls 8 and under relay team of Sydney Lambert, Amanda Allen, Mary Kendig and Annie Pewitt took first in the 100 medley.

The boys 8 and under relay team of Sam Gleason, Gratten Allen, Jake Pewitt and Jonathan Horton took first in t he 100 medley.

The girls 13-14 relay team of Aidan Marshall, Taylor Allen, Lauren Medley and Jessica Pierce took first in the 200 medley.

The boys 8 and under relay team of Kenneth Moy, Conner Hamra, Timothy Moy and Benjamin Hunter placed first in the 100 free. Sikeston competed in a meet at Paducah on Monday. Results should be in Wednesday's paper.