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SSC swimmer's 50-yard freestyle rewrites record books

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South Sioux City swimmer Scott Cain celebrates after Saturday's record-breaking 50-meter freestyle. South Sioux City swimmer Scott Cain celebrates after Saturday's record-breaking 50-meter freestyle.
RALSTON, Neb. (KTIV) -

A great accomplishment in the pool Saturday.
    
South Sioux City swimmer Scott Cain won the 50-yard freestyle at yesterday's River Cities Conference meet.
    
But Cain's time of 21.33 seconds rewrote the record books.
    
The winning time broke a 23-year-old school record, an 18-year-old conference record, and a 26-year-old Ralston pool record.
    
Cain, a senior, helped the South Sioux boys to a fifth place team finish at the meet.

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