From Press staff reports

The Atlantic City High School girls swimming team remained unbeaten with a 91-79 victory over host Vineland in a Cape-Atlantic League American Conference meet Thursday.

Senior Colleen Callahan won the 200-meter individual medley in 2 minutes, 24.13 seconds and the 100 butterfly in 1:07.23, while contributing to the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays (4:16.22).

Ayana Cox, Callahan, Dominique Voso and Melissa Toy set a new school record in the 200 medley relay in 2:04.20. Coach Bill Howarth said the old record was 2:04.46 set in 2011 by Cox, Callahan, Rachel O'Brien (2011 graduate) and Voso.

Amber Glenn also took two individual events for the Vikings (3-0), the 200 and 400 freestyle events. Toy touched first in the 100 freestyle, while Cox recorded a winning time 1:09.36 in the 100 backstroke.

For Vineland (2-1), senior Rachel Bernhardt finished first in the 50 freestyle in 27.16 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:14.75.

200 Medley Relay-AC (Ayana Cox, Colleen Callahan, Dominique Voso, Melissa Toy) 2:04.20, ; 200 Freestyle-Amber Glenn AC 2:11.13; 200 IM-Callahan AC 2:24.13; 50 Freestyle-Rachel Bernhardt V 27.16; 100 Butterfly-Callahan AC 1:07.23; 100 Freestyle-Toy AC 1:01.47; 400 Freestyle-Glenn AC 4:45.55; 200 Freestyle Relay-V (Bernhardt, Katie Conrow, Rachel Smith, Courtney Middleton)1:57.65; 100 Backstroke-Cox AC 1:09.36; 100 Breaststroke-Bernhardt V 1:14.75; 400 Freestyle Relay-AC (Callahan, Glenn, Cox, Toy) 4:16.22.

Records-A.C. 3-0, Vineland 2-1.

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