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Boys Swimming: St. Joe's Exits After NJSIAA Non-Public A, Preliminary Round

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Michael Botting won the 200 IM vs. Notre Dame - Lawrenceville in the NJSIAA Non-Public preliminary round meet at The College of New Jersey on Thursday evening. Credits: John Mooney
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Michael Botting won the 200 IM vs. Notre Dame - Lawrenceville in the NJSIAA Non-Public preliminary round meet at The College of New Jersey on Thursday evening. Credits: John Mooney
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Trent Tighelaar '19 Credits: John Mooney
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Credits: John Mooney
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Start of the 100M Backstroke Credits: John Mooney
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Mike D'Esposito Credits: John Mooney
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Mike D'Esposito Credits: John Mooney
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Falcons cheer Credits: John Mooney
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EWING, NJ — After the euphoria of winning the GMC conference title for the 40th year in a row, Saint Joseph High School (Metuchen) suffered a letdown on Thursday evening as Notre Dame of Lawrenceville ended the Falcons' season with a 101-69 victory in the NJSIAA Non-Public A, Preliminary Round at The College of New Jersey.

The highlight of the meet for St. Joe's was junior Michael Botting's victory in the 200 IM. It would be the only victory of the evening for the Falcons. 

  • 200 MEDLEY RELAY: E. Eckels-M. Consiglio-T. Levins-R. Iosim, Notre Dame 1:41.40
  • 200 FREESTYLE: Matt Lequang, Notre Dame, 1:43.45
  • 200 IM: Michael Botting, St. Joseph (Met.), 1:59.09
  • 50 FREESTYLE: Andrew Leback, Notre Dame, 22.59
  • 100 BUTTERFLY: Tatem Levins, Notre Dame, 55.80
  • 100 FREESTYLE: Andrew Leback, Notre Dame, 49.72
  • 500 FREESTYLE: Matt Lequang, Notre Dame, 4:41.89
  • 200 FREESTYLE RELAY: Consiglio-Lequang-Leback-Iosim, Notre Dame, 1:29.52
  • 100 BACKSTROKE: Evan Eckels, Notre Dame, 53.76
  • 100 BREASTSTROKE: Marc Consiglio, Notre Dame, 1:01.84
  • 400 FREESTYLE RELAY: Leback-Eckels-Levins-Lequang, Notre Dame, 3:19.26

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