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Wausau East's Kane finishes twelfth; Tomahawk's Hilt fourthSubmitted: 11/16/2013
Story By Joe Dufek

Wausau East's Kane finishes twelfth; Tomahawk's Hilt fourth
MADISON - The girls swimming and diving championships wrapped up Saturday with Division One competition.

Wausau East's Sarah Kane finished 12th in the 100 yard breaststroke. Her teammate Bethany Navok-Tveten was 23rd in the 50 yard free style. The duel helped Wausau East's 200 yard medley relay to an 18th place finish.

D.C. Everest's Ashley Kroll finished 19th and 23rd in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events respectively.

In Division Two on Friday, Tomahawk's Lauren Hilt finished fourth in both the 50 and 100 yard freestyle races.


Lakeland's Emily Kubisiak finished fourteenth in the 100 breaststroke.

Tomahawk's 200 and 400 yard freestyle relay teams finished sixteenth.

Marisa Silvas caught up with Hilt and Kubisiak after their races on Friday night. Simply click on the video link to hear from the participants.


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