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Make that five years in a row for girls swimming and diving

Wayland Town Crier 2/22/10: Make that five years in a row for girls swimming and diving. Last year the Wayland girls swimming and diving team graduated the first class to win four years in a row, a group of six seniors that many teams figured were the reason why the Warriors had so much success. Senior captain Emily Wright understood the pressure. "There was a little pressure going into this meet. We (graduated) a lot of seniors last year who scored a lot of points for us, but we knew this going into it. We trained long and hard for this and were ready for the challenge," Wright said. After graduating all of the first state champ team members from 2006, Wayland proved its ongoing strength and enthusiasm on Sunday when the Warriors won for the fifth year in a row, a feat that few can ever own.

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