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BURNET — The Burnet High School Water Dogs swim team earned 320 points to finish ninth at the Texas Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association Invitational on Nov. 8-9.

“I am very proud of the entire team,” head coach Nancy Moore said.

The meet drew 13 teams from across Texas that competed in 24 events at the YMCA of the Highland Lakes at Galloway-Hammond.

Burnet senior distance swimmer Seth Timmons broke the pool record and set a new personal best for the 200-yard freestyle in one minute 43.30 seconds.

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50-yard freestyle: Joseph Hugunin, 24.84; 100-yard breaststroke: 16, Cameron Cardenas, 1:18.46; 100-yard freestyle: 6, Joseph Hugunin, 55.53; 100-yard butterfly: 12, Evan Murchison, 1:11.78; 200-yard individual medley: 8, Cameron Cardenas, 2:32.86; 200-yard freestyle: 1, Seth Timmons, 1:43.20; 500-yard freestyle: 1, Seth Timmons, 4:38.87; 200-yard medley relay: 5, Burnet, 1:55.21; 1-meter dive: 2, Jackson Keltch, 115:95; 200-yard freestyle relay: 5, Burnet, 1:44.26

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100-yard backstroke: 18, Samantha Stehens, 1:38.79; 100-yard breaststroke: 3, Sydney Cardenas, 1:19.87; 100-yard butterfly: 3, Mandee Harris, 1:00.29; 200-yard individual medley: 3, Mandee Harris, 2:34.44; 200-yard freestyle: 4, Sydney Cardenas, 2:18.39; 200-yard medley: 10, Burnet, 2:29.50; 200-yard freestyle relay: 9, Burnet, 2:06.49

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Rattler’s Invitational in San Marcos on Nov. 23, TBA

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