Jserra Breaks U.S. High School Relay Record

Powered by a 49.16 split by Katie McLaughlin, Jserra High School of California broke the national scholastic record in the girls’ 400-yard freestyle relay at the CIF Southern Section Division I Championships. The team clocked 3:21.20, which erased the national standard of 3:21.63, set in February by Germantown Academy of Pennsylvania.

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Powered by a 49.16 split by Katie McLaughlin, Jserra High School of California broke the national scholastic record in the girls’ 400-yard freestyle relay at the CIF Southern Section Division I Championships. The team clocked 3:21.20, which erased the national standard of 3:21.63, set in February by Germantown Academy of Pennsylvania.

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