More swimmers could mean better results

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Collins’ boys have best squad

By Josh Cook

Numbers are up for the Collins and Shelby County swim teams.

Time will tell if that means the Titans and Rockets will move up the region ladder this season.

Last winter the Collins boys’ team finished third and the girls’ squad fifth, and the Shelby County boys placed 15th and the girls sixth, at the Region 3 meet.

All four teams return some of their top swimmers heading into Saturday’s season-opening meet – the Hardin County Invitational.

Here is a closer look at those squads, which are coached by J.P. LaVertu.


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