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SWIMMING AND DIVING

The final home meet for the Dickinson boys swimming and diving team took place Friday night.
The Midgets hosted a three-team meet Saturday afternoon in their first meet of the season.
The regular season came to a close for the Dickinson Midgets girl's swim team this weekend.
Results from this week's prep sports.

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Without 23-time gold medalist Michael Phelps for the first time since the Atlanta Games in 1996, the United States' gold count slipped from 16 at London and Rio to 11 this time around.
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Dickinson first-year head coach Kristi Roller is looking for similar results with the boys swimming and diving team that she had with the girls team this fall.
The Williston Coyotes didn't come away with another West Region girls swimming and diving title, but their sights remain high heading into this weekend.

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