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Owosso High School


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Owosso High School

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Owosso High School

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Game Summary

2.0 weeks ago @ 9:43PM

Boys Varsity Swimming vs. Kearsley HS School

Game Date
Feb 1, 2024


Owosso High School's swim team made a splash tonight against Kearsley-Lake Fenton, securing a victory with a final score of 134 to 50. The Owosso swimmers showcased their exceptional skills and teamwork, earning numerous first and second-place finishes this evening.

The 200 Medley Relay set the tone for the meet with a stellar performance from the quartet of Tyler Jurhs, Matthew Shattuck, Peyton Dwyer, and Charlie Nolph, claiming the top spot. The momentum continued with the 200 Free Relay, where Nick Nidiffer, Aiden DeFrenn, Peyton Dwyer, and Blake Binger demonstrated their synchronized speed and technique, clinching another first-place finish.

The Owosso team continued to dominate in the 400 Free Relay, with Aiden DeFrenn, Tyler Jurhs, Nick Nidiffer, and Blake Binger securing yet another victory. Aiden DeFrenn showcased his individual streght, earning first place in the 200 free, while Blake Binger dominated the 50 free and 100 free events.

The team's success extended across various disciplines, with standout performances from Ryan Dahl in the 100 fly, Simon Erfourth in the 500 free, and Charlie Nolph in the 100 backstroke. Jack Livingston displayed his strength in the 100 breaststroke, securing another first-place finish for the Owosso team.

Although the competition was fierce, Owosso swimmers also claimed notable second-place finishes. Ryan Dahl showcased his versatility with a strong performance in the 200 free, while Tyler Jurhs demonstrated his skills in the 200 IM. Joe Kulhanek displayed his diving talent, earning second place, and Aiden DeFrenn continued to impress in the 100 butterfly. Adam Senk and Matthew Shattuck exhibited their talent in the 100 backstroke and 100 breaststroke, respectively.

The night concluded with the 400 Free Relay team of Simon Erfourth, Joe Kulhanek, Jack Livingston, and Charlie Nolph securing a well-deserved second place.

Owosso High School's swim team exhibited not only individual excellence but also exceptional teamwork, solidifying their dominance in the pool. Congratulations to all the swimmers on their outstanding performances and another resounding victory for the Owosso swim team!

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