This has been a stellar season for the Gloucester High School swim team, according to coach Dawn Clark. Many school records have been broken and both the women’s and men’s teams made considerable scoring improvements against the tougher teams in the Peninsula District. The Gloucester boys finished with a 4-9 regular season record and the girls closed at 3-9.
In the Dec. 21 meet with Phoebus and Kecoughtan, GHS swimmers Megan Hogge, Elaina Arsenovic, Kendall Worland and Madalin Raines broke a 2002-2003 school record in the 200 meter free relay with a time of 1:57.80. The same foursome broke a 10-year record in the next meet with Hampton and Heritage on Jan. 18 with a time of 2:14.75 in the 200 medley relay.
Also in the Jan. 18 meet, Raines broke the 100 meter breaststroke record with a time of 1:23.02. "Madalin is an amazing freshman that is very dedicated to swimming. She is a member of the SEVA swim team and practices multiple times a day. It is this dedication ...
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