Cyclone boys swim to fourth place at regional

from staff reports

   Elizabethton High School took fourth place honors in the boys' side of the Northeast Tennessee Swimming and Diving Championship held on Saturday.
   Dobyns-Bennett won the overall meet with 288 points, Science Hill was second with 252 points, Sullivan South was third with 189 points and the Cyclones rounded out the top four with 132 points.
   Some of the top performers included Jeremy Lindauer with a second place finish in the 100 backstroke and Charlie Crowe with a second in the 100 freestyle and a fifth in the 50 freestyle.
   Evan Lindauer also placed in the 200 freestyle with a sixth place finish. Boys relay teams were also successful with the 400 freestyle team capturing third, the 200 freestyle relay placing sixth and the 200 medley relay taking sixth place.
   Things weren't as kind on the girls' side where the Cyclones with 24 points finished well behind winner Science Hill with 368 points and Dobyns-Bennett with 300 points.
   Anna Miller set a new meet record in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:00.56 to lead the Lady Hilltoppers to the win.