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Dexter scored 20 more points than Ann Arbor Huron to win the Michigan Lower Peninsula Division 2 boys high school state championship this weekend, posting 284 points to Ann Arbor Huron’s 256.5 points.
Dexter started the meet with a substantial victory in the 200 medley relay as Alex Shehab, Sam Krahn, Niklas Eberly, and Alex Janosi touched in 1:34.42.
Portage Central’s Owen Miller narrowly won the 200 freestyle, touching in 1:41.30, just a tenth faster than Eberly in 1:41.40. Rochester Adams’ Graham Miotke was third in 1:42.13.
Freshman Alexander Capizzo of Fraser won the 200 IM in 1:50.21, a half second ahead of Ann Arbor Huron’s Noah Frassrand in 1:50.78. Capizzo later held off Rochester Adams’ Graham Miotke for the 500 freestyle as the two turned in times of 4:29.06 to 4:30.39.
Frassrand captured a state title with his 57.51 100 breaststroke, just quicker than Birmingham Groves’ Patrick Seidel (57.73).
The 50 freestyle title went to Ryan Lawrence of Birmingham Seaholm in 20.55. Jack Bruce of University of Detroit Jesuit was runner up with his 20.85 while Ann Arbor Huron duo Ji Ho Hyun (21.29) and Adam Moskus (21.30) were third and fourth.
Lawrence then returned to claim the 100 freestyle title in 44.94 ahead of Hyun (45.93) and Bruce (46.09).
Michael Arpasi of Birmingham Seaholm edged Eberly 50.24 to 50.53 for the 100 butterfly crown.
Arpasi, Joe Girdler, Nolan Grout and Lawrence won the 200 freestyle relay in 1:25.74, a half second ahead of Frassrand, Jonathan Wang, Jason Hires, and Hyun of Ann Arbor Huran in 1:26.15.
De La Salle Collegiate’s Zach Milke (50.40) finished a second ahead of Kaden Schwaiger of Walled Lake Northern (51.41) and Temperance-Bedford’s Kevin Lingle (51.43) in the 100 backstroke.
Moskus, Hires, Lucas Holcombe, and Hyun swam a 3:08.75 for 400 freestyle relay gold for Ann Arbor Huron.
Full results available here.