Thanks to a large number of swimmers, the warriors were also able to assert themselves in the swimming area.
Lily Fitzpatrick set a new school record with her second place in the 100 breaststroke (104.74). Virginia Smith took silver in the 500 Freestyle (4: 58.74).
In the seasons Kathryn Burr, Grace McCardle, Julie Addison and Casey Phillips took second place in the 400 series (3: 37.05). Addison, Fitzpatrick, Ellie Schundler and Elke Beaumont finished fourth in the 200 medley relay (1: 49.61). Burr, Emma Johnston, Libby Addison and McCardle were sixth in the 200 Freestyle Season (1: 42.83).
Julie Addison took sixth place in the individual at the 200 IM (2: 09.54) and the 100 Backstroke (58.81). Burr was also sixth in the 50 Free (24.81), Schundler (1: 00.09) and Weary (54.81) were eighth in the 100 Fly and 100 Free, respectively.
For Fluvanna, Fuller finished second in the 50 freestyle (23.27) and third in the 100 free (50.91) and led the Flucos. Lauren Davis also took sixth place in the diving competition (357.10).
Another title for western guys
Western Albemarle won its fourth VHSL Class 3 championship in a row on Thursday afternoon at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center.
Matthew Heilman, Sam Johnson, Anthony Garono and Peyton Wray put an exclamation mark on the title with a victory in the 400-yard freestyle season (3: 18.22) in the final event of the day when Western Albemarle (374) Independence ( 266) overtook) and William Byrd (167) for the team title.