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CC's Drew breaks 6th-grade breaststroke record

Clinton Central's Quinten Drew broke the school's sixth-grade record in the 100 breaststroke and the Bulldogs junior high beat visiting Pioneer, 145-35, in a mixed (boys and girls) dual meet on Monday.

Drew finished in 1:22.68 to set the new record, with fifth-grader Ellie Ford and seventh-grader Hailey Orem taking second and third in the event.

Other event winners for the Bulldogs included eighth-grader Averi Gilmore (2:47.75 in the 200 freestyle), eighth-grader Paige Wright (1:10.37 in the 100 IM and 4:43.43 in the 400 freestyle), sixth-grader Chelsey Ridens (score of 81.20 in 1-meter diving), seventh-grader Raelyn Albaugh (36.66 in the 50 butterfly), eighth-grader Owen Kocher (1:18.55 in the 100 freestyle) and eighth-grader Ashton Albaugh (1:07.00 in the 100 backstroke).

Ashton Albaugh, Macie McQuinn, Raelyn Albaugh and Wright won the 200-medley relay for Central in 2:13.83, while Espen McCarty, Raelyn Albaugh, Bailey Douglass and McQuinn took the 200-free relay in 2:09.97. Ashton Albaugh, McQuinn, Raelyn Albaugh and Wright won the 400-free relay in 4:39.47.

Other top finishers for the Bulldogs were fifth-grader Spencer Dunn (second in the 200 freestyle), seventh-grader McQuinn (second in the 100 IM), Kocher (second in the 50 free), sixth-grader Shannon Wright (second in 1-meter diving), seventh-grader Sy Webster (second in the 100 freestyle), fifth-grader Spencer Dunn (second in the 400 free), eighth-grader Alycia Davis (second in the 100 backstroke), seventh-grader Espen McCarty (third in the 100 backstroke), seventh-grader Bailey Douglass (third in 1-meter diving), sixth-grader Cole Davison (third in the 50 free and 50 butterfly), eighth-grader Devin Henderson (third in the 200 freestyle and fourth in the 400 free), sixth-grader Shannon Wright (third in the 100 IM), eighth-grader Shelby Wolfe (fourth in the 50 free), sixth-grader Raynah Willard (fourth in the 50 butterfly) and seventh-grader Owen Holsclaw (fourth in the 100 free).