Camas state swimming 2015
The Camas High School boys swimming team clinched second place at the state championship meet Saturday. Pictured on the podium (left to right): Luke Albert, Lucas Ulmer, Tom Utas, Jeff Fadlovich, Kasey Calwell, Finn McClone, Mark Kim and John Utas. Coaches Mike Bemis and Leslie Dahlen are holding the trophy.
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John Utas propelled the Papermakers in all three relay races.
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Mark Kim's 500 freestyle prelim swim.
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Jeff Fadlovich's 500 freestyle prelim swim.
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John Utas dives in with the other swimmers to begin the 200 freestyle relay preliminary race.
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Lucas Ulmer takes off for his 100 backstroke preliminary race.
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Lucas Ulmer finishes off his 100 backstroke preliminary race.
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Kasey Calwell carves up the water during his 100 breaststroke preliminary heat.
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Tom Utas dives in to begin the 400 freestyle relay preliminary event.
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Kasey Calwell starts of the 200 individual medley with the butterfly stroke.
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Kasey Calwell turns into the backstroke during the second lap of the 200 individual medley championship.
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Kasey Calwell makes waves during the breaststroke portion of his 200 individual medley championship race.
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Kasey Calwell completes the 200 individual medley with a freestyle lap.
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Kasey Calwell becomes the 200 individual medley state champion with a school record and All-American consideration time of 1:51.1.
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Lucas Ulmer on his way to a state championship in the 100 butterfly.
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Lucas Ulmer captured the 100 butterfly state championship with a school record time of 51.1 seconds.
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Mark Kim finished in fifth place in the 500 freestyle with a school record time of 4:46.04.
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Lucas Ulmer disappears into the water at the start of the 100 backstroke.
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Lucas Ulmer claimed fifth place in the 100 backstroke state championship race with a school record time of 53.6 seconds.
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Kasey Calwell makes waterworks during the 100 breaststroke state championship race.
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Kasey Calwell clinches a second state title in the 100 breaststroke with a school record an All-American automatic time of 56.53 seconds.
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