Swimmer Julia Cummings, the first swimmer in Badger history, brought more trophies home to the Badger trophy case, taking second place in the girls 100 yard back and third in the 50-yard freestyle.

Julia, representing the Badgers, swam with the state 4A champion Sandpoint Bulldogs girl's swim team November 8-9, at the Boise City Aquatics Center.

The Bonners Ferry High School senior finished the 100 yard back at 59:99 behind Columbia's Aspen Harris, who won with a time of 59.41. In the 50 yard freestyle, she came in at 25.53 behind Kaitlyn Shelley, Century, and teammate Mikayla Schoening, Sandpoint.

Her achievements gave the Badgers a 12th place state girls swimming finish with 25 points.

The Lady Bulldogs finished in the top spot with 217 points, followed by Bishop Kelly, 192, and Idaho Falls, 129.

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