UNIVERSITY CENTER — The Corunna boys swimming and diving team wrapped up an Independent Swim Conference championship Saturday at Saginaw Valley State University.

The Cavaliers placed first at the ISC Championships with 572 points. Ogemaw Heights was second with 464 while Essexville-Garber was third (443), Caro was fourth (288 and Chesaning placed fifth (183). Oscoda (137) and Standish (101) completed the standings.

Corunna’s Xavier Staubs was second in both the 50-yard freestyle (24.17) and 100 free (53.76). Also second were Eli Edwards (500 free, 5:46), Jack Belmer (100 backstroke, 1:07.83) and Corunna’s 200 free relay team of Staubs, Fisher Morris, Jeremiah Davis and Edwards (1:40.19).

Corunna got third-place finishes from Edwards (200 freestyle, 2:07.99), Dunkin (100 butterfly, 1:06.79) and Cameron Campbell (500 free, 5:53.73)

Placing fourth for Corunna in the 200 medley relay were Jack Belmer, Campbell, Dunkin and Staubs (1:58.31).

Belmer was fourth in the 200 individual medley (2:33.61) while Morris was fourth in diving (272.2 points), Sam Brunger was fourth in the 100 butterfly (1:07.89) and Campbell was fourth in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.12).

Corunna was also fourth in the 400 free relay with Davis, Edwards, Belmer and Campbell (3:55.37.4).

Corunna got fifth-place finishes from Davis (200 free, 2:10.7), Dunkin (200 I.M., 2:35.18), Amara Jackson (diving, 263.9 points), Josh Edwards (100 butterfly, 1:10.07), Morris (100 backstroke, 1:15.41), Dominic Kolibosky (100 breaststroke, 1:17.92).

Corunna posted an 11-0 dual-meet record this season.

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