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Salisbury, So. Lehigh shine at PIAA 2A swimming championships

Salisbury, So. Lehigh shine at PIAA Swimming Championship

The Salisbury boys and Southern Lehigh girls each finished third in overall team points at the PIAA 2A swimming and diving championships on Saturday.

Here's a look at our local athletes who finished in the top three in their respective events on Saturday.  For a look at the complete results, click here.

PIAA 2A SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Area Placewinners

BOYS 100 YD FREESTYLE

Josh Kreider, So. Lehigh - 2nd

Jon Anderson, Salisbury - 3rd

BOYS 500 YD FREESTYLE

Trey Shackleton, Northwestern - 3rd

BOYS 100 YD BACKSTROKE

Dillon Lancenese, Brandywine Hts - 3rd

BOYS 400 YD FREESTYLE RELAY

So. Lehigh - 2nd

Salisbury - 3rd

BOYS OVERALL TEAM POINTS

Salisbury - 3rd

GIRLS OVERALL TEAM POINTS

So. Lehigh - 3rd

GIRLS ONE METER DIVING

Nicole Sagl, Central Catholic - 3rd


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