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Cummings brings home the hardware

November 4, 2018
Julia Cummings
Badger junior Julia Cummings, who earned the first ever Idaho State swimming trophy for the Badger trophy case last year, brings two more back to Bonners Ferry, taking third place in two events in which the winner in both set new Idaho high school state records.

In the 4A girls 50 yard freestyle, the top three finishers were separated by less than a second, with Julia finishing at 25.98 behind new state record holder Kaitlyn Shelley, Century High School, Pocatello, who swam a 25.05 to win the title, and a 24.79 in the prelims to set the state record.

Julia's Sandpoint High School teammate, Mikayla Schoening, brought home second place at 25.38.

In the 4A girls 100 yard backstroke, the spread was wider, with Julia coming in third at 1:03.67 behind Bishop Kelly High School junior Anika Rubocki, who won state at 59.17 and set a new state record in the prelims of 58.78.

Junior Aspen Harris, Columbia High School, Nampa, finished second at 1:01.04.

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