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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

1 month ago @ 10:17PM

Boys Varsity Swimming vs. Kearsley HS School

Game Date
Feb 27, 2024
TROJANS: 381.00


Owosso Triumphs in Final Swim Meet: A Memorable Victory for Seniors

In an exhilarating conclusion to the regular swim season, the Owosso swim team surged to a remarkable victory at the invitational meet held tonight, amassing a total of 381 points. The team's exceptional performance with competitors from Corunna, Lapeer, and Kearsley/Lake Fenton, who scored 276, 243, and 189 points, respectively. This win not only showcased the depth of talent within the Owosso team but also ensured that the coveted traveling trophy would remain in their possession for another year.

The meet was particularly poignant for the senior members of the team, marking their final regular-season competition in high school swimming. The mixture of triumph and nostalgia made for a bittersweet atmosphere, with the seniors leading the charge to secure a memorable victory.

Highlight performances came across the board, with Owosso swimmers clinching numerous top spots. Blake Binger dominated the 200 free and 100 free events, capturing first place in both, while Peyton Dwyer mirrored this success with victories in the 50 free and 100 butterfly. The team's powered through relay events was equally impressive, with the 200 Free Relay team (comprising Blake Binger, Nick Nidiffer, Peyton Dwyer, & Aiden DeFrenn) and the 400 Free Relay team (featuring Blake Binger, Tyler Jurhs, Nick Nidiffer, & Aiden DeFrenn) both taking home first-place honors.

The Owosso swimmers also showed strong performances in other categories. The 200 Medley Relay team secured a second-place finish, as did Aiden DeFrenn in both the 200 free and 100 free, Jack Livingston in the 200 IM, Tyler Jurhs in the 100 backstroke, and Matthew Shattuck in the 100 breaststroke.

Third-place finishes were earned by Nick Nidiffer in the 200 free and 100 free, Ryan Dahl in the 500 free, and Jack Livingston in the 100 breaststroke, showcasing the depth of the team's talent and determination.

Moreover, the team's effort was rounded out with fourth and fifth-place medals in various events, demonstrating the all-around effort and team spirit that propelled Owosso to the top of the scoreboard.

As the Owosso swim team celebrates this victory, they not only reflect on the success of the season but also the journey they've shared, especially the departing seniors. This meet was a testament to their hard work, dedication, and the strong camaraderie that has been a hallmark of their time with the team. As they move forward, the memories of this victory and the seasons spent together will undoubtedly remain a cherished part of their high school experience.

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