Swimming: Dreadnaughts crush Bulldogs

The Dexter Dreadnaughts flexed their muscles and spread their wings on Thursday night and crushed the rival Chelsea Bulldogs 139-47.

Dexter got things rolling early as they took first, second and third in the opening 200 freestyle relay. The team of Annette Schultz, Danielle Westman, Zoe Michos and Hannah Quist took first in the medley relay with a time of 1:55.41.

In the 200 freestyle, Amelia Kinnard took first in 1:58.72 with teammate Addie Carr in second in 2:13.16.

The Dreads went one-two in the 200 IM. Grace Kacmarek was first (2:15.29) and Sarah Zofchak was second (2:19.11).
Dexter went one-two in the 50 free with Schultz taking first in 24.51 and Quist taking second in 25.66.

Popi Vorias was second in diving with 198.45 points.

Kacmarek won the 100 butterfly in 1:01.56 with Westman taking second in 1:04.21.

Zofchak swam to a first place in the 100 free with a time of 56.46. Maisch grabbed second in 59.25.

Westman won the 500 free with a time of 5:38.48 while Carr placed second in 5:58.83.

The Dexter fab four of Madeline Kaufman, Kinnard, Quist and Zofchak took first in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:44.62.

Schultz won the backstroke in 57.32 with Quist in second (1:03.31).

Kinnard won the breaststroke for Dexter with a time of 1:12.44 with Michos taking second in 1:14.59.

Dexter’s 400 free relay team of Kacmarek, Quist, Zofchak and Schultz took first in 3:48.34.

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