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Madison Swimmers Reinforce Oak Knoll Varsity Swim Team Second-Place Finish at Prep Championships

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(From left): Junior Kayleigh Massengill of Summit; senior Ariana Russo of Madison; senior Lindsay Criqui of Essex Fells; and junior Annie Keenan of Summit earned a second- and third-place finishes. Credits: Oak Knoll Varsity Swim Team
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Madison swimmers bolstered the Oak Knoll varsity swim team’s second-place Prep Championship finish on Feb. 8 at the Lawrenceville School. 

Senior Ariana Russo of Madison used a best time in the 100 backstroke to earn a third-place finish. Sophomore Madisonian Avery Donahue, along with Katelyn Collins and Megan Collins of Chatham, set personal bests in the 100 breaststroke and 100 backstroke.

Finishing first in the 200 medley and 100 fly was Union County champion Lindsay Criqui of Essex Fells. Criqui and Russo, with help from Kayleigh Massengill and Annie Keenan of Summit, earned second place in the 200 medley and finished third in the 400 free relay. 

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