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GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING: Brainerd sweeps Lumberjacks in 149-37 dual

Bemidji will be back in action at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, with a home invite in the BHS pool.

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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls swimming and diving team was back in the BHS pool on Tuesday, where the Lumberjacks dropped a 149-37 decision to Brainerd in a home dual.

The Warriors swept the night, winning all 12 events, but Bemidji still came away with a number of top-three times.

The 200-yard freestyle relay team of Abigail Daman, Elena Harmsen, Kylie Donat and Ryan Gaskins posted the best finish for BHS by placing second in 1:52.98.

The 200-yard medley relay team of Marley Ueland, Daman, Naomi Olson and Gaskins also took third with a time of 2:06.95.

Among individual events, Gaskins took third in the 50-yard freestyle in 27.94, while Daman placed third in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:17.87.

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In all, the Lumberjacks recorded 22 top-five finishes among the 12 events.

Bemidji will be back in action at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, with a home invite in the BHS pool.

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