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Local swimmers earn NISCA All-American honors

Seven Gwinnett swimmers and two divers were honored in the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-American Awards, which are based on top times during the 2004-2005 high school season. Swimmers with top 30 independent school times or top 100 public school times are named

All-Americans.

The Wesleyan and Greater Atlanta Christian girls had the most selections, with the Wolves' Caitlin Reynolds placing third nationally in the 200 freestyle and sixth in the 500 free in the Independent Schools list. Meg Reynolds of Wesleyan was 17th in the 100 free and the Wolves were 16th in the 400 free relay and 25th in the 200 free relay.

GAC's Ali Slack was 29th in the 50 free and teammate Katie French was 29th in the 100 breaststroke. The Spartans' 400 free relay was 29th and their 200 medley relay was 14th.

Among public schools, Duluth's Kelsey Scott was 36th in the 500 free, South Gwinnett's Emily Roberts was 34th in the 100 breast and Brookwood's Kyle Diedrich was 90th in the 100 backstroke.

The diving All-Americans were announced previously and Wesleyan's Webb Worthington was first in the nation. Duluth's Lexie Bryant was 41st.

- From staff reports