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BOYS SWIMMING: MINOT 126, GRAND FORKS 60

MINOT 126, GRAND FORKS 60 GRAND FORKS 110, WILLISTON 76 Winners & GF in top 3 200 medley relay - 1. Minot (Ryan Frueh, Brandon Ladendorf, Cody Heizelman, Ty Martin) 1:42.81; 2. Grand Forks 1:45.59 200 freestyle - 1. Rob Gokey, Minot, 1:51.91; 3.

MINOT 126,

GRAND FORKS 60

GRAND FORKS 110,

WILLISTON 76

Winners & GF in top 3

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200 medley relay - 1. Minot (Ryan Frueh, Brandon Ladendorf, Cody Heizelman, Ty Martin) 1:42.81; 2. Grand Forks 1:45.59

200 freestyle - 1. Rob Gokey, Minot, 1:51.91; 3. Ethan Nimens, GF, 1:57.12

200 individual medley - 1. Ladendorf, M, 2:07.78

50 freestyle - 1. Elias Metzigian, M, :23.31

1-meter diving - 1. Layne Nordquist, M, 223.65; 2. Kelley Burg, GF, 211.10

100 butterfly - 1. Heitzelman, M, :55.24

100 freestyle - 1. Metzigian, M, :50.27; 2. Ty Nimens, GF, :50.50

500 freestyle - 1. Jake Gerszewski, GF, 5:05.74

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200 freestyle relay - 1. Minot (Gokey, Lee Greuel, Metzigian, Martin) 1:33.57; 2. Grand Forks 1:38.33

100 backstroke - 1. Gerszewski, GF, :57.38

100 breaststroke - 1. Kyle Hibbs, M, 1:08.90

400 freestyle relay - 1. Minot (Metzigian, Spencer Wheeling, Gokey, Ladendorf) 3:25.85; 2. Grand Forks 3:30.49

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