The St. Augustine Prep boys swimming team continued its early-season success with a 86.5-83.5 victory over Ocean City on Friday.
Mainland Regional High School’s Destin Lasco broke a National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association record in the 400-meter freestyle on Thursday as the Mustangs boys team beat Absegami 127-42.
Ocean City High School divers Isabella Wamsher and Tanner James were the winners at a Cape-Atlantic League batch meet on Wednesday at Vineland High School.
The Southern Regional High School girls swimming team opened its season with a 135-35 victory over Toms River East (0-1) on Wednesday in a Shore Conference A South meet.
LINWOOD — The Mainland Regional High School boys swimming team has a deep lineup, and several Mustangs contributed to a 105-65 opening-day win over visiting Ocean City on Tuesday. Brett Clauhs and Erik Truong led the Mustangs with two individual wins apiece.
LINWOOD — The Ocean City High School girls swimming team got key wins from seniors Ryann Styer and Maggie Wallace, as expected, in an opening day meet at Mainland Regional on Tuesday.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — The Middle Township boys and girls swim teams won their first meets of the season against Cape May Tech on Tuesday at the Cape May County Special Services pool.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Cape May Tech dominated the meet, but the Lower Cape May Regional High School girls swimming team made an encouraging debut Friday at the Cape May County Special Services pool.
The Cape May Tech boys swimming team beat visiting Lower Cape May Regional 128-36 Friday at the Cape May County Special Services pool.
The St. Augustine Prep boys swimming team will have new leaders and big challenges this season after seniors led the Hermits to the state Non-Public A championship last winter.
HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING
The Ocean City High School girls swimming team might seem to be in a slight rebuilding mode with the graduation of leader Amanda Nunan.
Ocean City High School swimmer Ryann Styer is the girls state champion in the 50-yard freestyle. She decided last week to bring that speed to the University of South Carolina next year.
Maggie Wallace is the latest Ocean City High School swimmer to commit to a Division I college or university.
The Northfield Cardinals beat host Ocean City 8-4 on Saturday for their seventh straight win in the Atlantic County Baseball League.
Maggie Wallace, an accomplished 17-year-old Ocean City High School swimmer who will be a senior in the fall, has earned a unique opportunity.
Haley Crispell, a three-sport athlete for four years at Oakcrest High School, calls girls crew her main focus.
A pair of wins and meet records
A four-peat at the MOC
Gabrielle Cabaron, who owns every school record for the Southern Regional High School girls swimming team, will bring that prowess to the Monmouth University women’s team next season.
Ocean City High School senior Amanda Nunan has been the Cape-Atlantic League’s leading female swimmer since her freshman year.
Mainland Regional High School freshman Destin Lasco was already nationally known in the USA Swimming community before this winter, being one of the top 15-year-olds in the country.
SECOND TEAM PRESS ALL-STARS
DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP — Mainland Regional High School’s Destin Lasco and Justin Liu and Ocean City’s Amanda Nunan led the way Sunday as the Cape-Atlantic League showed its power at the State Individual Swimming Championships.