Dexter Girls Swim and Dive Downs Chelsea

The SEC White match-up between state ranked rivals Dexter and Chelsea was pretty one-sided as the Division 2 third ranked Dreadnaughts took down Division 3 ninth ranked Bulldogs 137-49 Thursday, September 28.

The Dreadnaughts won 10 of 12 events on their way to the victory.

Dexter dominated from the start, winning the first four events, including top three sweeps in the 200 IM and 50 free.

Jordan Maisch, Kamille Balcom, Annette Schultz, and Hannah Quist opened things winning the 200 medley relay.

Grace Kacmarek won the 200 free, Charlotte Schultz the 200 IM, and Hailee Waters the 50 free.

Angelia Daman won the diving for Chelsea with a score of 198.55.

Dexter then picked up wins by Amelia Kinnard in the 100 butterfly, Sarah Zofchak the 100 free, Maisch the 500 free and the 200 free relay team of A. Schultz, Zofchak, Kacmarek, and C. Schultz.

Alexis Nelson picked up the Bulldogs other win finishing first in the 100 back.

Annette Schultz won the 100 breast and the 400 free relay team of Kacmarek, Kinnard, Quist, and Schultz wrapped up the meet with a win.

Second place finishes for Dexter were the 200 medley relay team of Addie Carr, Zoe Michos, Emma Sortor, and Waters; Zofchak in the 200 free, Carr 200 IM, Balcom 50 free, Popi Varias diving, Lauren Witte 100 butterfly, Quist 500 free, Elizabeth Merz 100 back, Gretchen Heidebrink 100 breast, and the 400 free relay team of Carr, Allison Wyka, Becca Clark, and Merz.

Chelsea second place finishers were Olivia Olk in the 100 free, and the 200 free relay team of Nelson, Kauri Fields, Jordan Fannin,, and Olk. Third place finishes went to the 200 medley relay team of Olivia Prodin, Rheana Grudzinski, Fannin, and Olk; Nelson 200 free, Abby Robbin 100 butterflyand the 400 free relay team of Fields, Robbins, Prodin, and Nelson.


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