MISCA Releases 2023 Michigan Boys High School Dream Team

The Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (MISCA) released its annual Michigan Dream Team for boys swimming and diving following the conclusion of the state championship meets this weekend.

The MISCA Dream Team is made up of athletes from the Division I, III and III state meets and is based on the following criteria:

  • The fastest state meet performance in each event at finals. Relay lead-off times are considered.
  • An athlete may only receive the honor in one individual event. If an athlete has multiple #1 performances the runner-up performances in each event are factored in.
  • If there is a tie in the relays, both teams will be chosen.
  • If there is an individual tie and neither swimmer is #1 in another event both swimmers will be chosen.


  • Ryan Gurgel, Canton – 200 freestyle (1:39.66)
  • Max Haney, Fenton – 200 IM (1:48.44)
  • Gabriel Sanchez-Burks, Ann Arbor Pioneer – 50 free (20.19)
  • Logan Hepner, Grosse Pointe South – Diving (560.80)
  • Keiran Rahmaan, Grosse Pointe South – 100 fly (49.02)
  • Matheus Garcia, Fremont – 100 free (44.75)
  • Owen Stevens, Zeeland – 500 free (4:30.81)
  • Olin Charnstrom, Oxford – 100 back (49.04)
  • Ethan Schwab, Cranbrook Kingswood – 100 breast (54.31)
  • Cranbrook Kingswood (AJ Farner, Ethan Schwab, Sean Lu, Joseph Wiater) – 200 medley relay (1:33.06)
  • Ann Arbor Pioneer (Gabriel Sanchez-Burks, Justin Su, Young Jun, Christopher Leuciuc) – 200 free relay (1:25.92)
  • University of Detroit Jesuit (Kiernan Tague, Andy Szachta, Jordan Bouchillon, Evan Tack) – 400 free relay (3:06.63)
  • Aaron Thomas, DeWitt – Paralympic 50 free (25.96)
  • Jack Fritz, University of Detroit Jesuit – Paralympic 100 free (55.94)

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Demarrit Steenbergen
2 months ago

It’s Haney not hanley

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James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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