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Dry Diggin Dolphins improve to 3-0

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DOLPHIN Peyton Carnahan, 13, swims the 100-yard Individual Medley last Saturday. Photo by Sarah Schneider

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From page A8 | June 26, 2013 |

AUBURN — The Dry Diggin Dolphin swim team traveled to Auburn Saturday to take on the Auburn Robalos and brought home another win, maintaining its undefeated record so far on the summer season.
“Auburn Robalos is a very respected team and well-coached. I always enjoy our dual meet where the swimming is fast and the sportsmanship excels,” Dolphin coach Kristen Stumbaugh said.
Against Auburn, Dolphins swam well and raced hard as each swimmer contributed to the team success. Standout swims were many and four team records were broken. Ellen Tiedemann, 18, broke her own team records in the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.58 and 100 free with a time of 55.18.
The 9-10 boys and girls free relay continue to break their own records as well. Boys 100 9-10 relay members Colin Carnahan, Jayson Bendetto, Daniel Owen and Mark Barsotti posted a time of 1:09.02 while Dolphin 9-10 girl relay members Abby Sanders, Jordan Freer, Josie Phillippi and Haley Kline posted a time of 1:04.42.
“I am very proud of my team and where we are mid season. We have work to do, yet I am confident we will be well prepared for Championships in four weeks,” Stumbaugh said.
Next weekend, the Dolphins host Rancho Cordova Blue Marlins at their home pool at Union Mine and will attempt to close out their dual meet season with another win and go undefeated into Championships.
Listed below are the top three individual and team Dolphin finishers.

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