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2017 Kingswood Oxford Boys Swim Team Repeats as New England Div. II Champs

The Kingswood Oxford boys swimming and diving team defended its Division II New England Swimming and Diving Championship, winning its second consecutive crown on Saturday at Roger Williams University.

The Wyverns earned the title with 437 points. St. George’s was second with 397 and Kent came in third at 306.

After graduating a large and talented class in 2016, the Wyverns faced a daunting task to get back to the top, but with some new talent as well as the growth and improvement of key swimmers, the Wyverns emerged as the 2017 Division II New England champions.
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Phillips Andover Boys’ Swim Team Wins 2011 Championship with Record Point Total

Girls capture diving title, en route to runner-up finish

April 01, 2011 — Andover boys' swimming and diving team clinched the championship title at the 2011 New England Prep School meet on March 5, edging out Exeter with a 461 point total, the highest in PA record books. Girls' varsity made some history of its own, capping off an undefeated season on March 6 with a diving title and a runner-up finish. Both meets took place at Exeter.

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Deerfield Boys' Swimming 2009 New England Champions

3/9/2009
Immediately following the conclusion of exam week, 26 members of the Deerfield Boys Varsity Swim Team traveled down to Lakeville CT to battle for the right to retain their New England Championship title. After stellar swims in the morning, in which the Big Green qualified for 27 point-scoring night races, the team set the table for an evening dog fight with perennial swimming powerhouse Andover.


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Phillips Andover Wins 2010 Boys' Swimming & Diving New England Championship

3/10/10

Andover won its second league championship in history last Sunday, with a dominating team performance that showcased the team’s depth of talent in each and every event. Andover’s all-time high scoring total of 436 points surpassed second-place Deerfield’s tally of 298 points by a full 138 points, while Exeter finished third with 242 points.



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