As this swim season for Navarre has moved along, head coach Mary Moorer has seen her team make significant strides.
Moorer noted that she is happy with the progress, especially with the regular season reaching the finish line at the Santa Rosa County championship meet last Wednesday on an overcast and cool afternoon at Hunter Pool in Pensacola.
“They have done really well. They’ve really gelled as a team and you want to see them all succeed. It’s a great group of kids,” Moorer said.
Navarre’s girls finished second at the county meet. The boys placed third. Gulf Breeze swept the titles.
Each team had a swimmer take first and Claire Sczesny emerged as the best in the county in the 200 Freestyle, clocking in with a time of 2:14.50. Harrison Dorsey finished on top in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 58.02.
Madison Sullins placed second in the 50 Freestyle (27.00), shaving nearly a second off her seed time, and she took second in the 100 Freestyle (58.03).
Sullins was also part of the 200 Medley and 400 Freestyle relay teams that placed third at the swim meet.
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