Milford’s boys swimming team dented the scoring column in the state championship meet that took place at the C. T. Branin Natatorium in Canton.
The 200-yard freestyle relay recorded the points for Milford with its 15th place finish with a time of 1-minute, 29.45-seconds. The members of the quartet were freshman Beau Robinson, senior Joey Griffin, senior Matt D’Errico, and junior Eric Sanders.
Robinson was 17th in the 100 butterfly with a clocking of 53.17.
The 400 free relay also came in 19th. The time for junior Chris Williams, Griffin, Robinson, and Sanders was 3:18.17. To qualify for the state championship meet, they set a new school record at the district meet with a clocking of 3:17.60.
The girls also did their share of record-setting performances during the season.
Margaret Craycraft, a sophomore, now owns the one-meter diving standard that she set during the regular season in a home meet against Turpin. In Canton she was 19th with a total of 249.50 points.
Gwen Storch, junior, established two new marks. In the 200 individual medley she completed the course in 2:14.49 and in the 100 backstroke she wrapped up the race in 1:01.27.
Julilyn Brown, a junior, broke a 17-year old record in the 50 free with a time of 25.11.
The 200 free relay of senior Kate McClure, junior Naomi Week, junior Laurin McClure, and Brown own the record with a time 1:42.59.
"This was an absolutely tremendous season for the swimming Eagles," said Gary Tameris, head coach of the swimming Milfordians.