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Sports - May 11, 2012

Senior class is taking its final bows

Gunn's Acker, Paly's Tosky and SHP's Kremer ready to excel at their final section championships

by Keith Peters

The Central Coast Section Swimming Championships is considered as one of the fastest meets in the nation, year in and out. Who can argue with such alumni as Olympians Mark Spitz, Carrie Steinseifer, Brian Job, John Naber and Pablo Morales.

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