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Framingham’s Maddie Biron (center) celebrates her team’s win in the 200 freestyle relay at the MIAA’s South sectional championships last week.
Framingham’s Maddie Biron (center) celebrates her team’s win in the 200 freestyle relay at the MIAA’s South sectional championships last week. Josh Reynolds for the Boston Globe

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Pete Foley was a tough act follow, coaching the Weston High swim teams to a 605-42-2 record (.932) from 1972-2007.

But his son, Mike, has carved out his own impressive coaching resume, at both Framingham High (fall season) and Wayland (winter).

His Flyer girls won their 10th consecutive Bay State Conference championship this season. Foley’s only non-championship season was his first as Framingham’s coach, 11 years ago.

This fall, the Flyers weren’t expecting much. Framingham graduated a talented class of seniors that helped lead the Flyers to their first-ever sectional title in 2012.

“I didn’t think we were going to be this good,” said senior diver Alyssa Seales. Framingham enters Sunday’s state meet at Harvard as the South Sectional champion.

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