The Dexter swimming and diving team headed south to Monroe on Thursday night and it was well worth the trip as the Dreadnaughts returned with a swimmingly easy 139-44 victory.
Dexter got things rolling as the team of Jordan Maisch, Annette Schultz, Sarah Zofchak and Grace Kacmarek took first in the medley relay with a time of 1:57.89.
In the 200 freestyle, Amelia Kinnard took first in 1:59.19 with teammate Hannah Quist in second in 2:06.78.
The Dreads swept the IM with Addie Carr in first (2:26.21), Gretchen Heidebrink in second (2:36.89) and Anna Lehr in third (2:43.68).
Dexter also swept the 50 free with Rayna Longo in first (30.20), Alyssa Frost in second (31.42) and Taylor Durliat in third (32.48).
Popi Vorias won the diving with 184.80 points.
Quist won the 100 butterfly in 1:07.32 with Vorias taking second in 1:15.49.
Dexter swept the 100 free with Linda Colosky taking first in 1:09.55, Leeza Kapusansky taking second in 1:09.55 and Annie Spidel in third in 1:13.89.
Maisch won the 500 free with a time of 5:47.60 while Frost placed third in 6:34.92.
The Dexter foursome of Kinnard, Kacmarek, Quist and Elizabeth Merz took first in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:46.30.
In the backstroke, Elisabeth Johanson was second in 1:13.01 while Madeline Kaufman was third in 1:14.60.
In the breaststroke, Annette Schultz won in 1:12.77 with Zofchak in second (1:13.24) and Kacmarek in third (1:15.48).
Dexter’s 400 free relay team of Kinnard, Carr, Colosky and Heidebrink took first in 4:15.31.