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With winter sports over and spring sports on the way, it is once again time to determine the county's ultimate swim team.

All of the county coaches were given the opportunity to nominate any potential candidates.

Here is what they determined:

Representing Crawfordsville are Katelyn Dixon, Kaylee McCandless, Zoe Harp and Jayde Miller. Dixon won the 200-yard Individual Medley at the county championships in December with a time of 2:32.65.

McCandless took second in the 50-yard Free with a time of 28.4 at the county meet, coming in less than a second back from first. Harp placed second as well in the 500-yard Free with a time of 6:34.51. Miller earned the highest score for the Athenians as a diver at the county meet with a score of 174.45.

For North Montgomery, representatives are Ashlynn Bennett, Lillia Mitchell, Lauren Odle and Anna Cotrell.

Bennett, Montgomery County's Diver of the Year, scored 2-2.45 points at the county meet in December, propelling her into sectionals and, ultimately, the regionals in Brownsburg. Mitchell won the 100-Fly at the county meet with a time of 1:11.95, while Odle took first in the 100-yard Free with a time of 1:00.59. Cotrell placed second in the same event with a time of 1:01.39 and won the 50-yard Free with a time of 27.88.

Southmont will be represented by Maddi and Nikki Wickholm, Christa Edwards and Taylor Hesler. Maddi Wickholm took the 200-yard Free at the county meet with a time of 2:10.51 and Nikki Wickholm placed second in the 200-yard Individual Medley with a time of 2:42.48.

Edwards came in fourth in the 500-yard Free with a time of 7:22.01 and sixth in the 200-yard Individual Medley with a time of 3:06.46. Hesler recorded a time of 2:49.73 in the 200-yard Free.