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Area swimmers claim piece of history

The FORT Wayne Swim Team poses with its trophies won at the recent Indiana Senior State Swim Meet in Indianapolis. The team won both the men's, women's and combined team titles for the first time in team history. (photo provided)
The FORT Wayne Swim Team poses with its trophies won at the recent Indiana Senior State Swim Meet in Indianapolis. The team won both the men's, women's and combined team titles for the first time in team history. (photo provided)
Shown are the tropies won by the FORT Wayne Swim Team at the recent Indiana Senior State Swim Meet in Indianapolis. The team won both the men's, women's and combined team titles for the first time in team history. (photo provided)
Shown are the tropies won by the FORT Wayne Swim Team at the recent Indiana Senior State Swim Meet in Indianapolis. The team won both the men's, women's and combined team titles for the first time in team history. (photo provided)
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Fort Wayne swim team takes top spots at senior state

Sunday, March 26, 2017 10:31 pm

The FORT Wayne Swim Team swam its way to an historic win in the recent Indiana Senior State Swim Meet in Indianapolis.

The FORT women scored 670 points to outdistance Carmel Swim Club (499) and Fishers Area Swim Team (389), while in the men's scoring, FORT totaled 896.50 points to beat Duneland Swim Club (625.50) and Northridge Area Swimming (570.50).

FORT won its first ever state championship in the combined team title with 1566.50 points, followed by Duneland (928.50) and Northridge (896.50).

The team is a year-round USA Swimming Bronze Medal/IN Swimming team and has swimmers from throughout northeast Indiana. The swimmers train at the Carroll High School Natatorium, Helen Brown/South Side Natatorium and the Auburn Parks pool.

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