Sea Lions move to 3-0

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The Sea Lions hosted a tough Chesaning Coho’s team on Friday night and swam away with a hard fought victory (422. – 394.5) moving to 3-0 on the season.

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Girls: Taylor Alexander 50 Free, Abigail Armstrong 50 Breast, Madeline Armstrong 50 Free & 50 Back, Jackson Armstrong 50 Free & 50 Breast, Breanna Boettger 25 Fly & 25 Breast, Savannah Butler 50 Free & 50 Back, Cora Csapos 50 Free & 50 Back, Samantha Hallead 50 Free, 50 Back & 50 Breast, Josephina Isbell 50 Free, 50 Back & 50 Breast, Kendall Leavitt 100 Free & 50 Breast, AJ Longoria 100 Free, Sara McCastle 50 Free & 50 Breast, Josephina Nurenberg 50 Fly, Natalie Ott 50 Back, Elizabeth Smith 50 Free, Madelyn Sweckard 50 Breast, Mimi Cook 50 Free, 100 Free & 100 Breast, Alyvia Spousta 100 Fly, Kia Spiess 50 Free, Katelyn Murray 25 Free, Lizzy Murry 50 Free, Amberlin Spousta 50 Free & 50 Back, Calliea Walker 50 Free & 50 Breast, Lyric Wilcox 50 Free.

Boys: Logan Csapos 50 Free & 50 Breast, Bridger Haviland 50 Free, Jay Lacelle 100 Free, Jesse Richard 50 Fly, Bryce Weismiller 50 Free & 50 Breast, Mason Csapos 25 Free & 25 Back, Oscar Heimsoth 25 Free & 25 Back, Sean Lacelle 25 Breast, Aldan Ott 25 Free & 25 Breast, James Davis 50 Free, 100 Free & 50 Back, Josh Fromson 50 Back & 50 Breast, Owen Gibson 50 Breast, Brayden Hirschman 50 Breast, Christian Simmons 100 Free, Marcus Jones 200 IM & 100 Backstroke, Luke Nurenberg 200 Free, 50 Free and 100 Back, Cobe Wilcox, Preston Longoria 100 Free & 500 Free.

New State Qualifying Times:  Taylor Alexander 50 Free, Josephina Nurenberg 50 Fly, Luke Nurenberg 200 Freestyle, 50 Free & 100 Back.

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Next up for the Sea Lions is the Midland Invitational on December 8th and the Tri meet vs Caro and Oscoda at Caro on December 14th.
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The Sea Lions would like to wish good luck to long time Sea Lion, Preston Longoria as he moves onto the High School Team next week.  This is a proud moment for all of us as last year’s Fred Meyer Award Winner has been a strong leader on our team, in and out of the pool.  The fact that he shattered his personal best and state qualifying time in the 500 by over 6 seconds in his last event is a strong indicater of what he will accomplish for the Redwings.  We can’t wait to see it!

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