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There were ample highlights for winter sports fans, whatever your pleasure, in 2008-09.
There was hardwood drama aplenty as six of eight local teams made the playoffs.
On the ice, Brunswick’s boys got back to the tournament, while the Brunswick girls took part in an historic season.
Local standouts also sizzled in track, swimming and wrestling.
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WINTER 2008-09 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
BRUNSWICK DRAGONS BOYS’ INDOOR TRACK
MORSE SHIPBUILDERS GIRLS’ SWIMMING
WINTER 2008-09 INDIVIDUAL STATE CHAMPIONS
WILL GEOGHEGAN, BRUNSWICK, BOYS’ TWO-MILE, CLASS A
EMILY HARTZELL, BRUNSWICK, GIRLS’ POLE VAULT, CLASS A
KRISTIN SLOTNICK, BRUNSWICK, GIRLS’ 55, CLASS A
KRISTIN SLOTNICK, BRUNSWICK, GIRLS’ 55 HURDLES, CLASS A
KRISTIN SLOTNICK, BRUNSWICK, GIRLS’ 400, CLASS A
COLBY GAIL, MT. ARARAT, GIRLS’ HIGH JUMP, CLASS A
PHILLIP JACQUES, BRUNSWICK, 100 BREASTSTROKE, CLASS A
PHILLIP JACQUES, BRUNSWICK, 200 IM, CLASS A
JAMES WELLS, MORSE, 100 BUTTERFLY, CLASS A
JAMES WELLS, MORSE, 100 BACKSTROKE, CLASS A
TYLER RUSSELL, MORSE, 171-POUNDS, CLASS A
Brunswick senior Claire Baecher was one of the top players in the state this winter. (File photos)
Morse’s Tyler Russell won the 171-pound Class A state championship. (File photo)
Mt. Ararat’s Mercedes Henke was one of many standout swimmers and divers from the area. (File photo)