All-City girls first team swimming capsules
Find out more about The Oklahoman's All-City girls first team swimmers
AVERY NIEMANN, HERITAGE HALL
Event: 200 Freestyle
The story: With the move up to Class 6A for Heritage Hall, Niemann still made a big impact in her first year, winning the event by edging Broken Arrow's Breonna Barker. She also finished second in the 100 Freestyle, just behind Barker.
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ALLY ROBERTSON, EDMOND NORTH
Event: 200 IM
The story: Won the event by nearly three seconds in her first state meet. She also finished second in the 100 Backstroke to Westmoore's Kimmie Reneau and helped the Huskies win a pair of relays en route to another state championship.
DOVIE RAYBURN, NORMAN NORTH
Event: 50 Freestyle
The story: Rayburn showed improvement this season, finishing fifth in this event, but less than 1.5 seconds behind the winner. She also finished fourth in the 100 Butterfly.
ABBIE IMES, EDMOND NORTH
Event: 100 Butterfly
The story: After winning a state title in the 100 Butterfly last season, Imes finished second to Owasso's Erin Beu in the event this season. She finished fourth in the 500 Freestyle and helped her team to a pair of relay titles.
CHELSEA YE, CLASSEN SAS
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