Prescott Swimmers Enjoy Annual Plunge

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More than 260 young swimmers hit the pool for an amazing day of confident competition at the annual Prescott Plunge, hosted by the Prescott Swim Team.

Over Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, this two-day event drew swimmers from around the state. Five local swimmers took home medals for their stellar performances.

10-year-old Heath Tinsley came in first overall in the 50-meter freestyle, while 17-year-old Renee Baillie took second place overall in the 200 backstroke. Josh Baillie, 15, finished in second place overall in the 100 breaststroke and Jayden Long, 12, placed third in the 500 freestyle. 10-year-old Elin Mischler enjoyed a third-place finish in the 50 backstroke.

These girls and boys work together to respect and support one another in their swimming endeavors. For more information, please visit the official website of the Prescott Swim Team.

Photo: Prescott Swim Team

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