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Torrey Pines swimmers finish first in tri-meet

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Mission Hills’ Ethan Hildesheim (first in 100 breast) and Noelle Clark; Cathedral Catholic’s Kathryn Lundh (second in 100 fly) and Yuma Dugas (first in 100 free); and Torrey Pines’ Mia Cragh (first in 100 Fly) and Stephan Lukashev( first in 100 fly).
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Cathedral Catholic High School’s swim and dive team hosted a tri-meet with Torrey Pines and Mission Hills High Schools on March 15, one of the first days of nice weather after a streak of rainy days that hit San Diego this spring.

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Dons swimmers watch the action. Courtesy

Last year Torrey Pines lost to Cathedral Catholic after years of being the men’s undefeated team, so this year they had a challenge to earn their title back. The races of boys were quite competitive between TP and Cathedral, while Falcons girls dominated over the Dons and Grizzlies, winning nine of 10 events.

Most of the top swimmers from each school team were from the local Rancho San Dieguito Swimming club which is considered the strongest in San Diego County.

All swimmers competed hard and had fun during the event.

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Torrey Pines Stephan Lukashev won first in the 100 fly. Courtesy