Carly Miller from Clear Creek Amana won the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 27.06 seconds. Miller has swam with the team since her freshman year and has improved considerably each year. Her best time in the 50 is :26.64. (Elise Heitmann photo/Clear Creek Amana)
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Clear Creek Amana senior Lauren Henry, a co-captain on the Williamsburg swim team, glides down her lane during the 100-yard breaststroke. Henry came in third with a time of 1:22:70, her best time this season. Her co-captain, Emily Adam of Keota, won the event with a time of 1:20:07. The two helped Williamsburg win the meet. (Elise Heitmann photo/Clear Creek Amana)
Clear Creek Amana student Elise Heitmann offered us these photos from Williamsburg’s final home swim meet on Monday.
Williamsburg’s team is made up of swimmers from Cleark Creek Amana, Keota and, of course, Williamsburg. The combined team topped swimmers from Vinton-Shellsburg, Tipton and Fairfield, winning seven of the 11 varsity races.
Sophomore Sarah McGrath of Clear Creek Amana takes a breath during the junior varsity heat of the 100-yard breaststroke. McGrath won the race in 1:30:51. (Elise Heitmann photo/Clear Creek Amana)