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Warwick’s Tenra Adams wins the 100 yard backstroke against McCaskey during an L-L League section one swim meet at the Lititz recCenter Thursday Jan. 5, 2023.
Warwick’s Tenra Adams wins the 100 yard backstroke against McCaskey during an L-L League section one swim meet at the Lititz recCenter Thursday Jan. 5, 2023.
Hempfield is the defending Lancaster-Lebanon League girls swimming champion, but they did not take the Section One title in the regular season. That belonged to Manheim Township, which has as much returning talent as any team this winter. Hempfield, and perhaps Warwick, will have a tough task pushing the Blue Streaks the next two months.
 Head coach: Dawn Smith.

 2022-23 record: 4-4.
 Top returnees (from the L-L website):
Grace Rosenberg (junior, 100 backstroke, 200 freestyle), Brie Smith (senior, 50 freestyle, 500 freestyle), Maddie Lowe (senior, 200 IM, 500 freestyle), Emma Raynes (junior, 100 butterfly), Margaret Cuthie (junior, 500 freestyle), Heidi Fox (junior, 100 breaststroke).
 Home meet site: Cedar Crest High School.
 Outlook: Cedar Crest did not submit season preview information to LNP | LancasterOnline.
 Head coach: Casey Lear.
 2022-23 record: 5-1.
 Top returnees: Micah Wigglesworth (senior, 50 freestyle).
 Home meet site: Hempfield recCenter.
 Outlook: The Black Knights finished second in Section One last year and then won the league meet. However, Hempfield only had one champion — the 400-yard freestyle relay — in which Wigglesworth was the lead leg. Lear hopes the team is able to set a good baseline for future seasons.
 Head coach: Dan Graybill.
 2022-23 record: 8-1.
 Top returnees: Emerson Mandrell (junior,
100 backstroke), Emilie Mosner (senior, 100 breaststroke, 200 IM, 50 freestyle), Cami Schwartz (sophomore, 100 breaststroke, 200 IM, 100 butterfly), Anna Sassaman (senior,
50 freestyle, 100 freestyle), Anna Burrowes (senior, 200 IM, 500 freestyle), Adrienne Anujin (junior, 50 freestyle), Grace Welsh (senior, 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle), Mariel Keares (junior, 100 breaststroke).
 Home meet site: Manheim Township High School.
 Outlook: The Blue Streaks won the Section One title last year, but were edged by Hempfield in the league meet. Graybill thinks that Manheim Township has enough top swimmers back to contend for both titles this winter.
 Head coach: Suzie Holubek.
 2022-23 record: 1-7.
 Top returnees (from the L-L website):
Amelia Woodard (senior, 200 freestyle)
 Home meet site: Franklin and Marshall’s Kunkel Aquatic Center.
 Outlook: McCaskey did not submit season preview information to LNP | LancasterOnline.
 Head coach: Eric Urban.
 2022-23 record: 2-6.
 Top returnees: Kenzie Wolper (sophomore, 200 IM 50 freestyle), Kari Anderson (senior, 200 IM).
 Home meet site: Millersville’s Pucillo Pool.
 Outlook: Turnout is up for the Comets, and with district qualifiers Wolper and Anderson back, they could close the gap between themselves and the usual L-L Section One contenders. Freshman Dru Landis will help fill in gaps where Penn Manor needs her.
 Head coach: Mark Daum.
 2022-23 record: 5-4.
 Top returnees: Tenra Adams (senior, 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle), Carolyn Eisenbach (senior, 100 breaststroke), Adelaide Pusey (junior, 100 backstroke, 200 IM), Lennea Miller (junior, 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle).
 Home meet site: Lititz recCenter.
 Outlook: A good amount of experience is back for the Warriors, especially in Adams, who was the league champion in the 50 freestyle with a 24.62. She was also a district medalist and a state qualifier in that event in Class 3A.
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