The Maple swimmers and divers look to be peaking at the right moment after a convincing 141-45 win over the Groves Falcons.
Groves hosted the meet Thursday, February 7. It was the last meet of the Seaholm regular season.
“It was a nice way to end the year,” head coach Tom Wyllie said. “Always fun to swim against our cross town rivals, it brings out the best in both teams and we’re proud to come out with a victory.”
After coming second in the Oakland County Meet behind Brother Rice, the team is looking to take this momentum into the state championship competition against a plethora of strong teams and leave with the trophy.
“(It’s a) highly competitive meet, Holland from the west side, Pioneer, and Midland Dow are all great teams,” Wyllie said. “It’ll be a big battle for us. We’d like to come away with the state title, but it’s not a done deal.”