as declared in The Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Lower Peninsula boys’ swimming and diving championships take place Friday and Saturday at Oakland University (Division 1), Eastern Michigan University (Division 2) and the Holland Aquatic Center (Division 3).
East Grand Rapids suffered a DQ in a relay last year and finished as Division 3’s runner-up.
Division 3 could see a fourth consecutive championship from neighboring Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, which shares the coaches’ poll’s top ranking with East Grand Rapids.
TITLE TOWNSEast Grand Rapids holds the distinction of winning the most state swim titles with 25, including a state-record 15 in a row from 1948-62.
Marie freshman Andrew Innerebner won the 200 free by 11 seconds, setting an Upper Peninsula record of 1:46.36.
Division II swimming and diving championships: Men’s and women’s results from Day One
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referring to After three days of competition, the women finished second, while the men finished in 10th place.
On the second day of the meet, the Bison 800-yard freestyle relay teams finished in sixth place.
On the last day of competition, Quinn Egan ’20 finished in ninth place in the mile, while McGoey finished in 13th place in the 200-yard breaststroke.
Overall, the women finished in second place with 452 points, only behind Navy.
CloseThe men’s and women’s Bison swimming and diving teams traveled to Annapolis, Md.
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