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The Madison Dolphins swim team will make a big splash at the State Meet after winning the District championship. Photo Contributed

Madison Dolphins Win District, Head To State Meet

Madison Dolphins Swim Teams

MADISON- Members of the Madison Dolphins Swim Team celebrate their winning the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association District 2 Championships held in Boaz. The Dolphins won both the boys and girls divisions and will now send 104 swimmers and 15 divers to the ARPA State Meet set for July 21-23 in Opelika.

Longtime head coach Gayle Marbury led a group of assistant coaches during the season. Those coaches included: Kelly Davis, Logan Black, Abby Davies, Rebecca King, Hannah Krings, Heather McAdams and Sabrina Morgavi. With the help of the parents, volunteers and the Madison Recreation Department at Dublin Memorial Park, many of the Dolphins improved immensely during the season and will now reap the benefits of their hard work with a splendid effort at the State Meet.

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