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Continuing with this latest theme of high school sports championships, I wrapped up my weekend for the Herald with the MIAA Division 1 Swim Dive Championships over at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool. It was loud, hot and humid in there, so there were plenty of enthusiastic teammates on the deck to liven up the otherwise solitary scenes of lone swimmers in the water.

I had a full slate of assignments ahead of me for the Herald, so unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to stick around for any of the championship rounds. From what it sounded like in that confined space for the preliminary rounds, I’m sure it was crazy!

11.21.2010 — BOSTON — New Bedford teammates cheer on Sara Rivard in the 100 Yard Butterfly at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in the MIAA Division I Swim and Dive Championships on Nov. 21, 2010.


11.21.2010 — BOSTON — Acton-Boxborough's Zoe Judd begins to open up a lead during the 100 Yard Freestyle at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in the MIAA Division I Swim and Dive Championships on Nov. 21, 2010.


11.21.2010 — BOSTON — Andover's Rachel Moore competes in the 100 Yard Butterfly with a state record-setting performance at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in the MIAA Division I Swim and Dive Championships on Nov. 21, 2010.


11.21.2010 — BOSTON — A teammate cheers on Brookline's Nan Wang in the 100 Yard butterfly at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in the MIAA Division I Swim and Dive Championships on Nov. 21, 2010.


11.21.2010 — BOSTON — Andover's Ashlee Korsberg opens up a lead in the 200 Yard IM at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in the MIAA Division I Swim and Dive Championships on Nov. 21, 2010.

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