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Cole Worsley wins state title

Steamboat Springs senior wins 50-meter freestyle at high school championships in Loveland

Pilot & Today staff
Cole Worsley, a senior at Steamboat Springs High School, won a state title today in the 50-meter freestyle, with a time of 21.22, at the state high school swimming championships in Lakewood. Steamboat Springs does not have a swim team, so Worsley swims for the Moffat County High School Bulldogs.
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— Steamboat Springs High School senior Cole Worsley won a state title today in the 50-meter freestyle, with a time of 21.22, at the Class 4A State Swimming Championships in Loveland.

On Friday, Worsley qualified first in the event with a Class 4A state-record time of 21.05 seconds.

Steamboat Springs does not have a swim team, so Worsley swims for the Moffat County High School Bulldogs. He is also competing today in the 100 butterfly.


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