Phillips Andover extended its win streak to six over archrival Exeter with a 122-63 romp yesterday in the 90th annual meeting of the two schools. Junior Jun Oh of North Andover broke the rivalry and pool records with a 1:42.76 in the 200 freestyle and set another rivalry record in the 500 free (4:39.89). He also swam on the winning 400 free relay team.
Phillips Andover winners:
200 medley relay: (Conor Deveney, Matt Mahoney, Alex Smachlo, Alex Nanda) 1:38.44; 200 freestyle: Jun Oh 1:42.76; 200 IM: Deveney 1:59.26; Diving: Tommy Kramer 2:37.15; 500 freestyle: Oh 4:39.89; 100 backstroke: Deveney 53.14; 100 breaststroke: Mahoney 1:01.44; 400 freestyle relay: (Oh, Deveney, Jon Leung, Nanda)
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