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Mara Rosenstock wins 8th All-City Diving title

Published On: Jul 30 2013 08:55:26 PM CDT
Updated On: Jul 31 2013 08:10:52 AM CDT
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MADISON -

Nakoma's Mara Rosenstock won the 15-18 girls championship at the All-City Diving Meet - her eighth championship.

Rosenstock totalled 253.35 points edging Middleton's Kayley Alioto by less than three points. Monona's Gina Jacobson was third and Hill Farms JoJo Munns was fourth.

Matt Munns won the boys 15-18 title with Seminole's Patrick Sisson finishing second.

In the 10 and under competition, High Point's Ayla Dunn won the girls title with Dana Huggett from Hawks' Landing coming in second.

Jack Bell of Parkcrest won the boys 10-under championship ahead of Hill Farm's James Stadler.

ALL-CITY TEAM DIVING RESULTS

1. Ridgewood    214

2. Parkcrest      188

3. Seminole    143

4. Monona     135

5. Middleton  105

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