Finally healthy, SL swimmers dunk MCC

Spring Lake has battled injuries and illnesses all season, but with Lakers nearly at full strength on Thursday evening against visiting Hudsonville Unity Christian, it proved wonders on the scoreboard.
Tribune Staff
Oct 5, 2012


Spring Lake coach Kim Arnold said 10 of her 12 swimmers dropped time in the Lakers’ 102-83 victory over the Crusaders.

“The girls swam well after running around at powder puff the night before,” Arnold said.

Arnold listed the first-place finish by Sophia Kleinheksel in the 200-yard freestyle as a key victory, as Kleinheksel had a time drop of nearly a half-second from her previous best. 

Roxane Strobel also had a strong meet, as she won the 200 individual medley in 2:29.89, while also taking second in the 100 freestyle. The Lakers went 1-2-3 in the event, with Jaylen Adkins winning in 58.82 and Ellen Hyde taking third with a 1:02.56.

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