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    Glacier Swim Club members cheer on Liam Kiessling during the 2022 Savannah Cayce Southeast Championships at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center over the weekend. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Glacier Swim Club members cheer on Liam Kiessling during the 2022 Savannah Cayce Southeast Championships at the Dimond Park Aquatic Center over the weekend. Swim clubs from around Southeast participated and cheered for their teammates as well as those on other squads.

      Juneau's Glacier Swim Club placed first, Sitka's Baranof Barracudas were second and Petersburg's Viking Swim Club third. Official results are still pending and will be posted when available.

    Above - Sitka's Baranof Barracuda Swim Club's Klayeah Lozada and Juneau's Glacier Swim Club's Dannan Mills start a race at the 2022 Savannah Cayce Southeast Championships at the Dimond Park Aquatics Center on Saturday. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

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