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Dolphins swim towards 15 consecutive wins

By Staff
From staff reports
The Madison Dolphins Swim Team is off to another winning season this summer.
With two meets behind them, the team is well on its way to achieving a 15th consecutive win in the District II ARPA Competition.
On average, the team consists of 150 members ranging in age from 6 to 18 years. The team meets are held each Tuesday and Thursday throughout the summer months with the Dolphins swimming against teams from the Boaz, Cullman, Decatur, Hartselle, Arab and Guntersville areas.
A certified and qualified staff of six coach's train the team on a daily basis and the standards by which the team represents the city of Madison in good sportsmanship are second to none.
The first meet on June 4 was against Hartselle. The score was 551 points for Madison and 107 for Hartselle.
The second meet on June 6 was against Boaz. The score was 503 points for Madison and 170 points for Boaz.
The Dolphins will be in action at the upcoming meet at Dublin Pool on June 20. The team met on June 11.

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