Things to do in Cherokee County for the weekend of Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24

Saturday, July 23

A fundraising bake sale hosted by the Centre Police Department wives will be held for Candace Flynt Friday and Saturday, July 22-23, from 9 a.m. until noon. The event will be held at the police department headquarters on West Main St.

An all day fundraiser will be held at Full Gospel Church on Sherry Drive in Centre. Hot dog plates will be sold beginning at 8 a.m. A bake sale will begin at 5:15 p.m. with singing at 6 p.m.

OLD NAZARETH Baptist Church is having a singing featuring Heartfelt Saturday, July 23, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Josh Bryant and members invite everyone to attend.

FULL GOSPEL Baptist Church on Sherry Drive in Centre, will hold an all day fundraiser for a needy family Saturday, July 23. A yard sale will be held at the church beginning at 8 a.m. A yard sale will be held at the church beginning at 8 a.m. Hot dog plates will be sold beginning at 1 p.m. A bake auction will be held beginning at 5:16 p.m. Singing will begin at 6 p.m. with The Roundtree Family and Gail Sharp and Jon Woodall. ROC Friday nights for help and support.

Bay Springs Country Inn and Campground holds a Gospel Singing each second and fourth Saturday of each month, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Bay Springs Country Inn and Campground is located at 130 County Road 112. For more information, contact Terri Hyatt at 256-927-3618. Admission is free. The singings are held from May through September.

Sunday, July 24

The Centre First Baptist Church contemporary worship service, “Impact” begins at 8:30 a.m.

The Edge, a contemporary worship service that welcomes each person as he or she is and challenges us all to grow together in our faith in Jesus Christ, meets at 8:45 a.m. at Centre First United Methodist Church.

Visit the beautiful Rock Village, home of some of the best hiking and rock climbing throughout the world. Enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery. Go to the intersection of U.S. Highway, to the intersection of County Road 36 and County Road 70, turn left and follow 411 and Highway 68 in Leesburg, turn right, turn left on Cherokee County 36 the signs.

Visit the historical Cornwall Furnace on Cherokee County Road 92 in Cedar Bluff.

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Alabama’s June unemployment rate is 6 percent, wage and salary employment remains at nearly eight year high

MONTGOMERY – Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced today that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted June unemployment rate is 6 percent, unchanged from May’s revised rate of 6 percent, and below June 2015’s rate of 6.1 percent. June’s rate represents 130,349 unemployed persons, compared to 132,019 in May and 130,604 in June 2015.

“Our unemployment rate continues to hold steady,” said Washington. “Even though there was no change in the rate over the month, nearly 34,000 more people are working now than last year, and fewer people are unemployed both over the month and over the year, and those numbers are important to most Alabamians.”

The number of people counted as employed in June was 2,045,497, up from 2,011,654 in June 2015 (seasonally adjusted).

“Employers in Alabama are also reporting that they are supporting more jobs,” continued Washington. “There are almost 15,000 more jobs this year than there were last year, and we haven’t seen levels of wage and salary employment this high in nearly eight years. Our employers are hiring and putting Alabamians to work.”

Wage and salary employment measured 1,972,400 in June, representing a yearly increase of 14,900. Yearly gains were seen in the professional and business services sector (+4,800), the manufacturing sector (+3,900), and the trade, transportation, and utilities sector (+3,500), among others.

The last time wage and salary employment was at or above 1,972,400 was October 2008, when it measured 1,981,300.

Counties with the lowest unemployment rates are: Shelby County at 4.8 percent, Elmore County at 5.3 percent, and Cherokee County at 5.4 percent. Counties with the highest unemployment rates are: Wilcox County at 15.1 percent, Perry County at 13.5 percent and Clarke County at 12.5 percent.

Major cities with the lowest unemployment rates are: Vestavia Hills at 3.7 percent, Hoover at 4.5 percent and Homewood at 4.7 percent. Major cities with the highest unemployment rates are: Selma at 12.4 percent, Prichard at 11.7 percent and Bessemer at 9.5 percent.

Members of the media seeking more information should contact Communications Director Tara Hutchison at (334) 242-8616.

“Seasonal adjustment” refers to BLS’s practice of anticipating certain trends in the labor force, such as hiring during the holidays or the surge in the labor force when students graduate in the spring, and removing their effects to the civilian labor force.

The Current Population (CPS), or the household survey, is conducted by the Census Bureau and identifies members of the work force and measures how many people are working or looking for work.

The establishment survey, which is conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a division of the U.S. Department of Labor, surveys employers to measure how many jobs are in the economy. This is also referred to as wage and salary employment.

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Cherokee County Board of Education to meet Tuesday, July 26

The next meeting of the Cherokee County Board of Education is Tuesday, July 26, 2016 and will be held at the Central Office.

The Board Meeting will begin at 6 p.m. and items on the agenda include:

1. Adopt Agenda

2. Approve Minutes

3. Accept Exclusivity of Beverages Bid for Gaylesville School

4. Personnel

5. Approve Professional Development

6. Review Job Postings

7. Other

8. Robbie Stokes to Meet with Board

The Board regularly meets on the first and third Tuesdays of a month at 6 p.m. at the Central Office.

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Things to do in Cherokee County Friday, July 22

The Family Care Center in the Piggly Wiggly Shopping Center in Centre includes a Thrift Store open to the public Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Family Care Center helps others by giving clothing, food and possibly hope to families in their time of need. The Center asks for your help by supporting its thrift stores. There are currently three locations, the one in Centre, another at 5511 Main St. in Hokes Bluff and another in Cedar Bluff. The Center is currently helping more than 100 families per week and thanks the community for its continued support. Director is Cindy McGinnis.

Celebrate Recovery, Centre, meets every Friday at 5 p.m. at the ROC. The following support groups are available: Loved Ones of the Chemically Dependent, Divorce Issues. Meal at 5 p.m., Large Group at 6:15 p.m., Small Groups at 7:30 p. and Grief, Domestic and Sexual Abuse, Men’s Issues, Chemical Dependency, and Emotional. Childcare is provided. For more information call (256) 393-2861 or (256) 927-5427.

The Cherokee Historical Museum is holding a member appreciation event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Movies will be shown on the old reel projector with food, drinks and prizes available.

A fundraising bake sale hosted by the Centre Police Department wives will be held for Candace Flynt Friday and Saturday, July 22-23, from 9 a.m. until noon. The event will be held at the police department headquarters on West Main St.

Visit the beautiful Rock Village, home of some of the best hiking and rock climbing throughout the world. Enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery. Go to the intersection of U.S. Highway, to the intersection of County Road 36 and County Road 70, turn left and follow 411 and Highway 68 in Leesburg, turn right, turn left on Cherokee County 36 the signs.

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North Basketball All-Star Boys down South 84-73

MONTGOMERY – Spain Park High School rising senior Austin Wiley scored 30 points and cleared 15 rebounds to lift the North to an 84-73 victory in the 63rd Alabama High School Athletic Association North-South All-Star basketball game Wednesday night at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Arena.

The 6-foot-11 Wiley earned the North MVP honor after going 14-of-18 from the field, with most buckets coming on dunks, as the North claimed the 16th win in the series since it was resumed in 1997.

The North-South series began in 1953 with the North winning 52-46 and was played annually until 1964 when a large-school and small-school game format created two games each year through 1984. The series was discontinued after 1984 and resumed as part of All-Star Sports Week in 1997. Since then, the North has gone 16-4, winning

12 in a row from 2003-2014 before the South snapped that streak last year with a 712-65 win.

The North led virtually the entire game Wednesday night. Wiley dominated inside, thanks in part to outstanding guard play from Decatur’s Tyrique Purvis and Cleveland’s Khalil Johnson.

Johnson, a 6-8 guard, handed out eight assists including one 60-foot throw to Wiley at the other end of the court for one of his many dunks. Purvis added nine rebounds and five assists.

Oxford’s Jakolbe McClendon and Ramsay’s Kobe McClain also added 14 points apiece. The North shot 60.3 percent from the field (35-of-58) and out-rebounded the much shorter South squad 52-25.

LaFayette’s Jatarvious Whitlow was named South MVP after scoring points, dishing out five assists and pulling down eight rebounds. Jaelin Fleming and Terrell Harris of Northview added 12 and 10 points, respectively, for the South. Maplesville’s Terence Dunlap added nine points.

The 57th North-South Football All-Star Game and North-South Volleyball All-Star Match will close out the All-Star Week competition Thursday at Cramton Bowl and Auburn University-Montgomery, respectively. The football game will kick off at 7 p.m., and the volleyball match will tip at 4.

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Things to do in Cherokee County Thursday, July 21

The Farmers Market will be held in Centre City Park from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. All vendors are invited to participate.

The Family Care Center in the Piggly Wiggly Shopping Center in Centre includes a Thrift Store open to the public Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Family Care Center helps others by giving clothing, food and possibly hope to families in their time of need. The Center asks for your help by supporting its thrift stores. There are currently three locations, the one in Centre, another at 5511 Main St. in Hokes Bluff and another in Cedar Bluff. The Center is currently helping more than 100 families per week and thanks the community for its continued support. Director is Cindy McGinnis.

Cloud Farrow teaches an Art Class Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Cherokee County Public Library Participants are urged to bring two Number Two pencils and an 8 X 10 sketchbook.

Visit the beautiful Rock Village, home of some of the best hiking and rock climbing throughout the world. Enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery. Go to the intersection of U.S. Highway, to the intersection of County Road 36 and County Road 70, turn left and follow 411 and Highway 68 in Leesburg, turn right, turn left on Cherokee County 36 the signs.

Visit the historical Cornwall Furnace on Cherokee County Road 92 in Cedar Bluff.

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Piedmont’s Hayes helps North sweep South in All-Star Baseball competition

MONTGOMERY – Piedmont’s Taylor Hayes tossed an inning of hitless ball in game one and went 3-for-3 with a double and scored two runs in game two as the North Baseball All-Stars swept the South 2-0 and 13-2 Tuesday at Montgomery’s Riverwalk Stadium.

Gardendale infielder Manning Early stroked a triple in the opening win and had a single and three RBIs in the nightcap to claim MVP honors for the North. The North improved its series record to 20-11-1 with the sweep.

Russellville’s Cody Greenhill, Spain Park’s Will Battersby and Randolph’s Carson Hall joined Piedmont’s Hayes and combined to shut out the South in the opening game. Greenhill hurled the first two innings walking one and striking out one to get the win. Battersby gave up a single and walked one in his two innings, Hayes hurled one shutout inning and Hall, who had 10 saves for Randolph as a junior in 2016, notched the save with three strikeouts over the final two innings.

Brantley’s Jacob Free started and went three innings, allowing five hits, two unearned runs and striking out one to get the loss for the South. Evan Baber of Central-Phenix City struck out three in one inning of work.

Gordo’s Kody Chapman singled and scored on a passed ball for the North’s first run in the second inning. Deshler’s Hunter Hill reached safely in the third inning on a throwing error and took second when the ball rolled into the South dugout. He later scored on a sacrifice fly by James Clemens’ Jordan Anderson.

The North took a 4-0 lead in the game two after two innings and added four more runs in the fourth to build a commanding 8-0 lead before the South finally its first hit of the second game. North pitchers held the South batters hitless for 7 1/3 innings over both games. Thomasville’s Chad Bryant singled with one out in the bottom of the fourth and Garcia singled in Joseph Booker, who had reached on an error.

The North went on to add three more runs in the sixth and two in the seventh to close out the win. Hayes, who played centerfield and was the designated hitter in game two, belted a double and two singles and scored two runs. Decatur’s Tanner Burns added a pair of hits and two RBIs. Greenhill and Jared Howell of Sparkman also had triples in the second game.

Howell hurled the final inning, allowing a hit and a run. Winning pitcher Cade Lemons of Vestavia Hills started and pitched two hitless innings facing the minimum six batters while striking out two to get the win.

The South mustered four hits from Enterprise catcher Santiago Garcia (South MVP), Bryant, Tanner Allen of UMS-Wright and Christian Waltman of Faith Academy getting one each. Starting pitcher Jack Knight of Rehobeth hurled the first two innings and got the loss.

The North-South Baseball doubleheader was the first of eight all-star competitions this week as the AHSAA Summer Conference and All-Star Week heads into day three Wednesday. All-Star competition for girls’ and boys’ soccer and softball was also held Tuesday night.

All-star competition continues Wednesday with the North-South Girls’ All-Star basketball game and the North-South Boys’ All-Star Game basketball game at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Arena at 6 and 8 p.m., respectively. North-South Volleyball competition and the 57th North-South All-Star Football game will be played Thursday at 4 and 7 p.m., respectively at Auburn-Montgomery University’s Gymnasium and Cramton Bowl.

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Piedmont’s Hayes helps North sweep South in All-Star Baseball competition

MONTGOMERY – Piedmont’s Taylor Hayes tossed an inning of hitless ball in game one and went 3-for-3 with a double and scored two runs in game two as the North Baseball All-Stars swept the South 2-0 and 13-2 Tuesday at Montgomery’s Riverwalk Stadium.

Gardendale infielder Manning Early stroked a triple in the opening win and had a single and three RBIs in the nightcap to claim MVP honors for the North. The North improved its series record to 20-11-1 with the sweep.

Russellville’s Cody Greenhill, Spain Park’s Will Battersby and Randolph’s Carson Hall joined Piedmont’s Hayes and combined to shut out the South in the opening game. Greenhill hurled the first two innings walking one and striking out one to get the win. Battersby gave up a single and walked one in his two innings, Hayes hurled one shutout inning and Hall, who had 10 saves for Randolph as a junior in 2016, notched the save with three strikeouts over the final two innings.

Brantley’s Jacob Free started and went three innings, allowing five hits, two unearned runs and striking out one to get the loss for the South. Evan Baber of Central-Phenix City struck out three in one inning of work.

Gordo’s Kody Chapman singled and scored on a passed ball for the North’s first run in the second inning. Deshler’s Hunter Hill reached safely in the third inning on a throwing error and took second when the ball rolled into the South dugout. He later scored on a sacrifice fly by James Clemens’ Jordan Anderson.

The North took a 4-0 lead in the game two after two innings and added four more runs in the fourth to build a commanding 8-0 lead before the South finally its first hit of the second game. North pitchers held the South batters hitless for 7 1/3 innings over both games. Thomasville’s Chad Bryant singled with one out in the bottom of the fourth and Garcia singled in Joseph Booker, who had reached on an error.

The North went on to add three more runs in the sixth and two in the seventh to close out the win. Hayes, who played centerfield and was the designated hitter in game two, belted a double and two singles and scored two runs. Decatur’s Tanner Burns added a pair of hits and two RBIs. Greenhill and Jared Howell of Sparkman also had triples in the second game.

Howell hurled the final inning, allowing a hit and a run. Winning pitcher Cade Lemons of Vestavia Hills started and pitched two hitless innings facing the minimum six batters while striking out two to get the win.

The South mustered four hits from Enterprise catcher Santiago Garcia (South MVP), Bryant, Tanner Allen of UMS-Wright and Christian Waltman of Faith Academy getting one each. Starting pitcher Jack Knight of Rehobeth hurled the first two innings and got the loss.

The North-South Baseball doubleheader was the first of eight all-star competitions this week as the AHSAA Summer Conference and All-Star Week heads into day three Wednesday. All-Star competition for girls’ and boys’ soccer and softball was also held Tuesday night.

All-star competition continues Wednesday with the North-South Girls’ All-Star basketball game and the North-South Boys’ All-Star Game basketball game at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Arena at 6 and 8 p.m., respectively. North-South Volleyball competition and the 57th North-South All-Star Football game will be played Thursday at 4 and 7 p.m., respectively at Auburn-Montgomery University’s Gymnasium and Cramton Bowl.

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Things to do in Cherokee County Wednesday, July 20

The Family Care Center in the Piggly Wiggly Shopping Center in Centre includes a Thrift Store open to the public Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Family Care Center helps others by giving clothing, food and possibly hope to families in their time of need. The Center asks for your help by supporting its thrift stores. There are currently three locations, the one in Centre, another at 5511 Main St. in Hokes Bluff and another in Cedar Bluff. The Center is currently helping more than 100 families per week and thanks the community for its continued support. Director is Cindy McGinnis.

The Centre Lions Officers Installation Luncheon is Wednesday, July 20 at First Southern State Bank (upstairs), 12:00 Noon

Visit the beautiful Rock Village, home of some of the best hiking and rock climbing throughout the world. Enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery. Go to the intersection of U.S. Highway, to the intersection of County Road 36 and County Road 70, turn left and follow 411 and Highway 68 in Leesburg, turn right, turn left on Cherokee County 36 the signs.

Visit the historical Cornwall Furnace on Cherokee County Road 92 in Cedar Bluff.

The Party Bridge Match is played at the Fort Payne Senior Center. For more information, call 256-927-7754.

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Centre Otters qualify 21 swimmers for state meet

ANNISTON – The Centre Otters qualified 21 swimmers for state at the District 4 Meet at the Anniston Aquatics and Fitness Center on Saturday.

To qualify for the state meet, swimmers had to place in the top four in an individual meet.

Sera Beth Potter, Leighton Rainer, Dru Rainer and Erin McCord led the way for the Otters, with each swimmer sweeping their respective individual events.

Virginia Rainer and Nathan Hallmark both earned two first-place outings and both had a second-place showing. Anderson Hassell also came in first in two events and placed third in another. Alex McCord and Addison Hassell both earned a first place and two seconds. Suzanne Rainer and Mia Wright both earned a first, a second and a third place in their respective events.

Nathan Whitt finished runner-up in two events and third in another. Bailey Graves had two seconds and a fourth. David Rainer placed fourth in two events. Marcy Whitt earned a first, a second and a sixth.

Ciana Smith took second in two events and came in eighth in another. Reid Davis earned two thirds and a fourth. Chloe Wood had a first place, a fourth and a sixth. Savannah Hooper had a fourth and a seventh place. Jada Amison earned a third and a ninth place.

The Otters also earned numerous first and second place finishes in the boys and girls relays.

“We have had a very successful season this summer,” Otter coach Betsy Rainer said. “Many of our swimmers swam personal best times at the district meet and we expect to improve on those times at the state meet.”

The state meet is scheduled for July 29-30 at the Birmingham Crossplex.

“This year they have divided state into three different divisions based on team size,” Coach Rainer said. “One through 20 swimmers will be one division, 21-40 swimmers are another division, and 41-plus swimmers are the final division. We qualified 21 swimmers, but we will be taking 20 swimmers to state, so we will be in the smallest team division.”

The Otters’ complete District 4 Meet results are listed below.

Girls 11-12 200-Yard Medley Relay

2. Centre Otters, 3:06.44

Jerri-Grace Chandler, Savannah Hooper, Virginia Rainer, Anna Brooke Rainey

Boys 15-18 200-Yard Medley Relay

1. Centre Otters, 2:02.12

Reid Davis, Bailey Graves, Dru Rainer, Nathan Hallmark

Girls 15-18 200-Yard Medley Relay

1. Centre Otters, 2:11.37

Mia Wright, Sera Beth Potter, Leighton Rainer, Erin McCord

Girls 9-10 50-Yard Breaststroke

2. Suzanne Rainer, 54.81

Boys 11-12 50-Yard Breaststroke

1. Alex McCord, 47.06

Girls 11-12 50-Yard Breaststroke

1. Sera Beth Potter, 37.00

2. Virginia Rainer, 39.62

7. Savannah Hooper, 50.78

8. Jerri-Grace Chandler, 53.13

11. Anna Brooke Rainey, 1:11.03

Boys 13-14 50-Yard Breaststroke

2. Nathan Whitt, 41.53

Girls 13-14 50-Yard Breaststroke

1. Leighton Rainer, 33.75

Boys 15-18 50-Yard Breaststroke

1. Dru Rainer, 30.62

2. Bailey Graves, 33.90

Girls 15-18 50-Yard Breaststroke

1. Erin McCord, 35.97

3. Mia Wright, 43.69

Boys 6 & Under 25-Yard Freestyle

1. Anderson Hassell, 21.63

4. David Rainer, 28.28

Girls 8 & Under 25-Yard Freestyle

1. Marcy Whitt, 22.53

2. Ciana Smith, 23.72

3. Jada Amison, 25.13

6. Chloe Wood, 25.81

Girls 9-10 50-Yard Freestyle

2. Addison Claire Hassell, 40.50

5. Kaitlyn Hallmark, 1:00.28

Girls 11-12 50-Yard Freestyle

1. Sera Beth Potter, 27.69

7. Anna Brooke Rainey, 47.87

Boys 13-14 50-Yard Freestyle

2. Nathan Hallmark, 28.41

3. Nathan Whitt, 31.78

Boys 15-18 50-Yard Freestyle

3. Reid Davis, 26.16

4. Bailey Graves, 27.12

Girls 15-18 50-Yard Freestyle

2. Mia Wright, 32.91

Girls 9-10 100-Yard IM

2. Addison Claire Hassell, 1:47.50

3. Suzanne Rainer, 1:50.21

Girls 11-12 100-Yard IM

1. Virginia Rainer, 1:17.18

Girls 13-14 100-Yard IM

1. Leighton Rainer, 1:06.41

Boys 15-18 100-Yard IM

1. Dru Rainer, 1:01.57

Girls 15-18 100-Yard IM

1. Erin McCord, 1:14.06

Girls 8 & Under 100-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Centre Otters, 1:46.97

Jada Amison, Ciana Smith, Marcy Whitt, Chloe Wood

Girls 11-12 200-Yard Freestyle Relay

2. Centre Otters, 2:44.46

Jerri-Grace Chandler, Savannah Hooper, Virginia Rainer, Anna Brooke Rainey

Boys 15-18 200-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Centre Otters, 1:48.25

Raid Davis, Bailey Graves, Nathan Hallmark, Dru Rainer

Girls 15-18 200-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Centre Otters, 1:55.87

Mia Wright, Erin McCord, Sera Beth Potter, Leighton Rainer

Girls 8 & Under 25-Yard Butterfly

1. Chloe Wood, 29.63

2. Marcy Whitt, 30.16

Boys 15-18 50-Yard Butterfly

3. Reid Davis, 31.19

Boys 6 & Under 25-Yard Backstroke

1. Anderson Hassell, 26.41

4. David Rainer, 40.13

Girls 8 & Under 25-yard Backstroke

4. Chloe Wood, 31.78

6. Marcy Whitt, 32.34

8. Ciana Smith, 35.13

9. Jada Amison, 36.22

Girls 9-10 50-Yard Backstroke

1. Addison Claire Hassell, 51.47

5. Kaitlyn Hallmark, 1:13.00

Boys 11-12 50-Yard Backstroke

2. Alex McCord, 43.56

Girls 11-12 50-Yard Backstroke

1. Sera Beth Potter, 32.69

4. Savannah Hooper, 46.87

8. Jerri-Grace Chandler, 53.43

9. Anna Brooke Rainey, 57.57

Boys 13-14 50-Yard Backstroke

1. Nathan Hallmark, 35.07

2. Nathan Whitt, 44.38

Boys 15-18 50-Yard Backstroke

2. Bailey Graves, 35.10

Girls 15-18 50-Yard Backstroke

1. Mia Wright, 39.03

Boys 8 & Under 50-Yard Freestyle

3. Anderson Hassell, 49.48

Girls 8 & Under 50-Yard Freestyle

2. Ciana Smith, 1:01.85

Girls 9-10 100-Yard Freestyle

1. Suzanne Rainer, 1:41.44

Boys 11-12 100-Yard Freestyle

2. Alex McCord, 1:23.75

Girls 11-12 100-Yard Freestyle

1. Virginia Rainer, 1:08.03

Boys 13-14 100-Yard Freestyle

1. Nathan Hallmark, 1:06.56

Girls 13-14 100-Yard Freestyle

1. Leighton Rainer, 57.75

Boys 15-18 100-Yard Freestyle

1. Dru Rainer, 53.97

4. Reid Davis, 1:03.47

Girls 15-18 100-Yard Freestyle

1. Erin McCord, 1:02.59

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