Bruton boys, girls swimmers take third in 2A East

Bruton's girls and boys each took third in the Group 2A East swimming regionals Saturday. Bruton's winners: 400 free relay (Evan Lynch, Trevor LeForge, John Morrow, Joey Morrow) 100 fly: Trevor LeForge 100 breaststroke: Carolyn DeJager500 free: Jenny Schuster

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