WATERTOWN — The Watertown girls swimming team’s traditional celebratory dip in the pool felt extra sweet this year.
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A lifelong resident of Northern New York. Dan graduated from Lyme Central School and attended SUNY Oswego. He's worked in all forms of media, including radio and print. Dan covers hockey, wrestling, track and field, tennis, volleyball and golf.
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