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Swimming Finals 18

Winona High's Jack Herczeg looks into the crowd after receiving his medal for winning the 100-yard freestyle during the MSHSL State Boys Swimming and Diving Championships in Minneapolis.

Winona swimmer Jack Herczeg was named to the NISCA Boys High School All-America Team in the 100 yard freestyle.

His time of 45.38 seconds in the event was good for the 89th fastest time in the country this year. He is joined by three other Minnesotans on the All-America team as Edina's Peter Larson and Andrew Gray, and Elk River's Zachary Kopp also made it.

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Herczeg won state championships in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle this year and was a member of a pair of second-place relay teams in the 4x50 free and 4x100 free. Last year as a sophomore he won a state championship in the 100 freestyle, 4x50 free and 4x100 free, and was third in the 50 free.

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