Andover Boys JV Swimming left Exeter floundering 113-67 on Saturday to close out an undefeated 6-0 season. “Coming off of a huge and unexpected win against St. John’s, we were confident that we would bring the same quality of performance to Exeter,” said Captain Justin Appleby ’13. “It really showed in the meet as there were many personal bests.” Highlights of the meet included an extremely close 50 Freestyle race, with Elliot Sagay ’15 taking second only 0.02 seconds behind an Exeter swimmer and Won Woo Kim ’15 beating his personal best of 1:06 by two full seconds in the 100 Breaststroke. “It was only a week’s difference,” said Kim. “This meet I especially took care of myself and took care of my body, and I went at my own pace during practices which really helped.” “The crowd was really cheering, so that motivated me too,” he added. With additional sweeping wins in the 200 IM relay and the 100 Backstroke relay, the victory directly reflected the time and effort the team put in its preparations. aSarp Orgul ’16 said, “I try to approach every practice with the will to improve my technique and push myself to a point I would normally be at in a race.” The dominant win marked the end of the season for the 40-member team. Despite the large number of team members, Andover remained a cohesive unit and showed each other constant support throughout the season. “I was extremely impressed with the entire team this season from start to finish. The improvement shown from all ability levels on the team is amazing to me,” said Appleby. “All season you could just feel how hard we were working in every practice, despite difficult injuries and illnesses.” “I enjoyed all of the energy on the team. When we needed to be serious, we were serious. When we needed to work hard, we worked hard. But we never let that get in the way of the fun that swimming is supposed to be,” Orgul added.