Oak comes oh-so-close to 1st state championship
Only .32 of a second separated Detroit Lakes junior Quillan Oak and Laker history.
That's how much time separated Oak and Sam Nields of St. Thomas for the Class 1A state 100-yard breaststroke championship Saturday inside the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center.
Despite breaking his own DLHS record and recording his first sub-minute 100 breaststroke, Oak repeated as the state runner-up in the event, as Nields out-touched the DL junior for the state title.
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