The Dexter swimming and diving team dunked rival Chelsea by a convincing 137-49 score.
The defending state champion Dreadnaughts opened the meet with a one-two finish in the medley relay to set the tone. The foursome of Jordan Maisch, Annette Schultz, Kamille Balcom and Hannah Quist won in 1 minute, 57.02 seconds.
Grace Kacmarek won the 200 free (1:59.33) with teammate Sarah Zofchak in a close second (1:59.79).
Dexter swept the 200 IM with Charlotte Schultz in first (2:17.36) and Addie Carr second (2:23.20) and Anna Lehr third (2:41.21).
The brooms stayed out in the 50 free as Hailee Waters took first (26.05), Balcom second (26.75) and Allison Wyka third (27.50) for Dexter.
Popi Vorias was second in diving for Dexter with 193.40 points.
Amelia Kinnard was first in the butterfly (1:02.27) with teammate Lauren Witte in second (1:09.83).
Zofchak won the 100 free in 56.37.
The Dreads swept the 500 free as Maisch swam first in 5:34.21, Quist took second in 5:34.70 and Becca Clark took third in 5:55.03.
The Dreads (Kacmarek, Zofchak, Annette Schultz and Charlotte Schultz) won the 200 free relay in 1:41.72.
Elizabeth Merz was second in the backstroke in 1:10.86.
The Dreads swept the breaststroke with Annette Schultz in first (1:12.87), Gretchen Heidebrink second (1:16.39) and Linda Colosky third (1:22.61).
Dexter finished things off with a win in the 400 free relay. The team of Kacmarek, Quist, Kinnard and Charlotte Schultz went 3:45.40.
On Oct. 5, the Dreads fell to D-1 state power Saline 120-66.
Charlotte Schultz won the 50 free in 24.87.
Sarah Zofchak won the 500 free in 5:10.38 with Grace Kacmarek in second in 5:11.39.