Hurbis Sets School Diving Record as Hornets Win Home Opener

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 12/21/2016 - 01:37
Dakota Hurbis completes his final dive Tuesday. He set the SHS school and pool record in diving, breaking his own mark.

Saline swam past Adrian 152-31 at the Hornets’ home opener meet Tuesday.

Senior Dakota Hurbis, who signed his letter of intent to continue his diving career at Louisiana State University, broke his own school record and pool record. Hurbis finished with a score of 351.9, smashing the previous record of 339.

Saline took at least the top spots in every race.

In the 200 freestyle, Jared Ehrman, Matt Lau, Daniel Keith and Greg Wenning won in 1:36.28.

Sophomore Josh Willwerth won the 200 freestyle in 1:53.59. Ethan Gerber and Nick Huetteman were second and third.

Sophomore Davis Klein won the 200 IM in 2:02.72. Matt Hardt was second and Spencer Rohloff was third.

Lau won the 50 freestyle in 22.92. Wenning was second and Filsinger was third.

Hurbis on the dive with a score of 351.9. Josh Birch was second and Colin Nouhan was third.

Ehrman won the 100 fly in 54.32. Klein was second and Ethan Lovett was third.

Keith won the 100 freestyle in 48.12. Hunter Nelson was second and Hardt was third.

Willwerth’s second victory was in the 500 freestyle, which he won in 5:14. Rohloff was second.

Lau, Filsinger, Klein and Willwerth won the 200 free relay in 1:33.38.

Keith’s second victory came in the backstroke, which he won in 55.13. Wenning was second and Henry Han was third.

Ehrman’s second victory came in the 100 breaststroke, which he won in 1:01.97. Filsinger was second and Robbie Amori was third.

Keith, Lau, Wenning and Ehrman won the 400 free relay in 3:25.56.



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