Marksmen have good depth in freestyle races

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By Larry Goffinet

TELL CITY - With one of its biggest and most experienced squads ever, Tell City's boys swim team could improve on last year's third-place finish in the PAC.

The Marksmen have 14 boys on their roster, their most in four years. They include seven lettermen.

All six of their freshmen swam for Tell City's junior high team last year, with two of them winning PAC titles last year.

"We should be in pretty good shape in the freestyles," said Tell City Coach Mike Page, adding that he can put three boys in the 200- and 500-yard freestyles and at least two in the 50 and 100.

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