Ithaca The third time was not the charm for Olivia Jack. Neither was the fourth. The fifth? Well, one look at the Burnt Hills/Scotia-Glenville swimmer's face Saturday afternoon told how charming it was. The senior's fifth trip to the state meet wended in storybook fashion as she won her final race, the 100 breaststroke. Jack clocked a 1:02.06 to edge Great Neck South's Jessica Whang of Section VIII. Jack, a four-time runner-up at the state meet, twice in the breaststroke, came through thanks in large part to a more relaxed approach. "I took four months off to run track and take a family vacation," Jack said of a rare break from swimming. "The break was good for me mentally. It made me realize it (a title) will come.Read More

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