Cape-Atlantic League Individual Swim Championship

Mainland Regional’s Destin Lasco beats his 2017 meet record in the boys 200-meter individual medley Thursday at the Cape-Atlantic League Championships. He finished in 2 minutes, 1.33 seconds, easily breaking his previous mark of 2:03.17. Below, the Mustangs’ Kaitie McClintock starts her way to victory in the girls 200-meter IM. A photo gallery from the CAL meet is attached to this story at HSLive.me.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

4:30 p.m.

Lower Cape May Regional at Holy Spirit

5:30 p.m.

Cedar Creek at Absegami

Bridgeton at Vineland

Atlantic Christian at Egg Harbor Township

ACIT at Millville

Ocean City at Mainland Regional

6 p.m.

Pleasantville at Middle Township

Wildwood Catholic at St. Joseph

BOYS BOYS BASKETBALL

5:30 p.m.

Absegami at Cedar Creek

Vineland at Bridgeton

Lower Cape May Regional at Buena Regional

6 p.m.

Mainland Regional at Ocean City

6:30 p.m.

St. Augustine Prep at Trenton Catholic

7 p.m.

Egg Harbor Township at Atlantic City

Middle Township at Pleasantville

Millville at ACIT

St. Joseph at Wildwood Catholic

ICE HOCKEY

7:15 p.m.

St. Augustine Prep vs. Don Bosco at Ice Vault

BOYS SWIMMING

S.J. Group A finals

3:30 p.m.

(2) Egg Harbor Township vs. (1) Cherry Hill East at GCIT

S.J. Group B finals

5 p.m.

(2) Moorestown vs. (1) Mainland Reg. at GCIT

S.J. Group C finals

6:30 p.m.

(2) Barnegat vs. (1) Oakcrest at GCIT

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