On Saturday, the Minot boys swim group completely dominated the competitors on the Bismarck Legacy Invite.
The Magicians paced the six-team area with a group rating of 718.5 to win by a big margin. Bismarck Excessive Faculty got here in second with a group whole of 354 factors.
Within the 200-yard freestyle, Minot’s Grant Schaeffer took first with a last time of 1:53.24. In the meantime within the 100-yard butterfly, three MHS swimmers occupied the highest three placings. Jaxon Reinke took first together with his time of 58.78 seconds, then Levi VonBokern’s time of 59.10 represented second. Coming in third, Oliver Roongin clocked in at 1:00.63.
The 50-yard free additionally noticed extra dominance from Minot as Alex King and Peyton Bartsch positioned first and second with respective occasions of twenty-two.91 and 23.03 seconds. Within the 100-yard free, Schaeffer once more took the highest spot as he clocked in at 49.30 seconds. Not far behind, King positioned second in that occasion together with his time of fifty.30 seconds. In the meantime, MHS sophomore Jaron Coombs took first within the one-meter dive with a last rating of 209.35, greater than 30 factors increased than the second place finisher.
Senior Josh Boen additionally represented Minot within the winner’s circle with a primary place end within the 100-yard breaststroke (1:01.93). In relay competitors, the MHS mixture of Dominic Yoder, Bartsch, King and Schaeffer registered a high end within the 200-yard freestyle (1:31.63). Yoder, King, Schaeffer and VonBokern additionally teamed as much as earn first within the 400-yard free as effectively, clocking in at 3:27.49. The Minot contingent of Kaden Dodds, Boen, Alex Moe and Alex Prestwich positioned second within the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:51.30.
Up subsequent for the defending state champions, they’re scheduled for a twin meet towards Mandan on Tuesday.
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