Maddie Frost leads Saline to third place finish and more state final swimming results
Senior Maddie Frost turned in a tremendous all-around performance to help the Saline High School girls swimming and diving team finish third in the MHSAA Division 1 championships at the Holland Aquatic Center on Saturday.
Highlighted by a state championship relay in the 400-yard freestyle, Saline scored 266 points.
Holland West Ottawa won the championship with 293.5 points.
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Frost was a member of the 400-yard relay team as well as the 200-yard medley relay squad that took second to open Saturday's events. Frost would add a second place finish in the 50-yard freestyle and a fourth in the 100-yard backstroke to round out her day.
Along with Frost, Allison Eppinga, Melanie Schroeder and Amelia Armstrong-Grant swam legs of the championship 400-yard freestyle team.
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Ann Arbor Pioneer and Huron both failed to crack the top-10.
Pioneer did get a second place performance from sophomore diver Christina Lu, who scored a 417.20. Huron's Molly Gelb finished sixth in the diving with a 394.35.
Huron ended up in 15th place with 52 points as a team, while Pioneer was 17th with 42 points scored.
The Chelsea Bulldogs finished in 20th place at the Division 3 finals held at Eastern Michigan University. The Bulldogs finished with 32 team points, far behind eventual champions Cranbrook Kingswood who had 361 points.
Talia Dyerly took ninth in the 100-yard freestyle and Wilh Francisco finished 12th in diving for Chelsea.
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