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Panther swimmer makes state finals
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    TOPEKA – Great Bend swimmer Camryn Dunekack qualified for the top eight finals with a fifth-place prelim in the 100-yard butterfly (1:02.52) with a personal best time at the 5-1A state swimming championship.

    Dunekack made Saturday’s consolation finals in the 50 free (26.0) with a season-best time. Aubrey Snapp made the consolation finals in the 100 free (58.83) with a personal-best time.

     Great Bend made the consolation finals in the 200 free relay (1:49.89) and the 400 free relay (4:04.13) – both with season-best times.


    50 freestyle—10—Camryn Dunekack, 26.00 (pr); 24—Aubrey Snapp, 26.99 (pr)

100 butterfly—5—Dunekack, 1:02.52 (pr); 24—Calista Long, 1;11.58

100 breaststroke—22—Olivia Mull, 1:17.8 (pr)

100 freestyle—14—A. Snapp, 58.83 (pr)

200 freestyle relay—15—Great Bend, 1:49.89 (pr) (A. Snapp, Zoe Jerke, Delaney Buehler, Dunekack)

200 medley relay—18—Great Bend, 2:06.96 (Long, Olivia Mull, Buehler, Jerke)

400 freestle relay—15—Great Bend, 4:04.13 (pr) (A. Snapp, Calista Long, Katherine Snapp, Dunekack)