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By The Staff

Front Range Christian duo break free-throw record
Former Front Range Christian girls basketball player Katherine Oosthuizen and her coach, Mike Anderson, combined to make 33 free throws in one minute to break the world record by a mixed pair.
The duo set the mark on Aug. 2 at West Bowles Community Church. Witnesses, a referee, scoreboard operator, scorekeepers, a camera operator, rebounding staff and line judges were on hand to witness the feat.
The previous mark by a mixed pair was 32 set by Bob Fisher and Dana Krame at Centralia High School in Centralia, Kan., on Dec. 17, 2011.
Paperwork has been submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records. According to personnel at the New York branch, any record takes approximately six to eight weeks to be verified.

Pre-tryout camp set for Dakota Ridge High School
Dakota Ridge High School will host the 2013 Gold Crown pre-tryout camp for students in grades 5-8 on Aug. 17 and 31.
Cost is $20 per day or $50 for all three dates. For more information and to register, visit www.dakotaridgesports.org. You can also e-mail Dakota Ridge head coach Nicki Kneuer at drhsvolleyball@gmail.com.

Lemberger siblings place first at summer club state finals
Erin Lemberger took first place in the girls’ 17-18 age division 100 butterfly in 1 minute, 12.51 seconds and younger brother Nick Lemberger was first in the boys’ 13-14 100 butterfly in 1:05.37 during the 2013 state summer club championships on July 28.

The Lembergers swim for the Columbine Knolls swim team.