The Dexter swimming and diving team winning SEC White Division dual-meets is almost as sure a thing as kids wanting ice cream, teenagers wanting the keys to the car or Donald Trump wanting headlines.
The Dreadnaughts dunked visiting Adrian 145-38 on Thursday in a White Division dual-meet.
Dexter is off to a splashingly great season. The Dreads are ranked No. 3 in the state in Division 2 and have beaten three teams ranked in the top 10 in Division 1.
Dexter’s only loss this season has been to D-1 top-ranked Saline.
The Dexter 200 medley relay team (Kate Mesaros, Lizzy Merriman, Gretchen Schultz and Sarah Lynch) got the meet against Adrian off on a nice stroke, winning in 1:56.65.
Amelia Kinnard won the 200 free in 2:03.88 with teammate Addie Carr taking second in 2:12.75.
The Dreads swept the individual medley with Schultz taking first (2:18.93), Hannah Quist taking second (2:22.58) and Danielle Westman third (2:24.86).
Dexter went one-two in the 50 free as Lynch touched first in 26.07 and Brielle Chalou in second in 26.47.
The Dreads took the top four spots in diving with Popi Vorias first (200.40 points), Kaylee Witte in second (189.2), Nicole France in third (159) and Annie Spidel fourth (139.3)
Grace Kacmarek won the butterfly in 1:03.49 with Chalou in second in 1:08.84.
Sarah Zofchak won the 100 free in 56.75 with Lynch touching second in 57.69.
The Dreads grabbed the top three spots in the 500 free with Rachel Clark taking first (5:55.98), Allison Wyka taking second (6:00.38) and Becca Clark third (6:07.83).
The Dreads went one-two in the 200 free relay with the foursome of Annette Schultz, Merriman, Kacmarek and Mesaros taking first in 1:42.02 and the team of Kinnard, Madeline Kaufman, Jordan Maisch and Westman taking second in 1:48.22.
Dexter swept the backstroke with Quist taking first in 1:05.28, Carr taking second in 1:07.07 and Georgia Frost touching third in 1:09.23.
Gretchen Schultz won the breaststroke in 1:11.38 with Annette Schultz in second in 1:13.21.
The Dreads swept the 400 freestyle relay to finish off the meet. The team of Merriman, Kinnard, Zofchak and Mesaros took first in 3:50.60; the team of Chalou, Frost, Carr and Westman took second in 4:12.38; and the team of Rachel Clark, Becca Clark, Elisabeth Johanson and Wyka took third in 4:28.94.