By Sharon Robb

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American Heritage Plantation won the girls team title at the Shark Swimming and Diving Invite at Nova Southeastern Aquatic Center.

The Patriots won with 553 points, more than 100 points ahead of host University School (444) and Boca Raton (438).

Sprinter Cathy Cooper of American Heritage swept the 50- and 100-yard freestyles and was also a member of the winning 200-yard medley and 400-yard freestyle relays. The Patriots won all three relays.

Boca Raton won the boys’ team title with 442 points. University School was runner-up with 408. American Heritage Plantation was fourth with 342.

University School’s Patrick Groters and Daniel Jacobs were double winners. Groters won the 200-yard individual medley in 1:59.87 and 100-yard backstroke in 54.15. Jacobs won the 500-yard freestyle in 4:57.14 and 200-yard freestyle in 1:49.31.

GIRLS RESULTS: 1. American Heritage 553, 2. University School 444, 3. Boca Raton 438, 4. Grandview Prep 98, 5. Summit Questa Montessori School 40, 6. Monsignor Pace 37, 7. Chaminade-Madonna 37, 8. American Heritage Delray 32.

200-yard medley relay: 1. American Heritage 2:01.91 (Annita Huang, Emme Ham, Molly Weidner, Cathy Cooper), 2. University School 2:04.12, 3. Boca Raton 2:11.89 (Victoria Bremer, Sawyer Chartier, Victoria Miyamoto, Taylor Collin).

200-yard freestyle: 1. Victoria Miyamoto, BR 1:59.33, 2. Jade Grabow, AH 2:08.39, 3. Rylie Barnhart, Summit 2:10.40.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Amanda Kopas, US 2:17.73, 2. Emme Ham, AH 2:34.19, 3. Joymarie Puskadi, US 2:50.46.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Cathy Cooper, AH 24.23, 2. Olivia Mason, AH 27.39, 3. Jennifer Langone, US 28.37.

1-meter springboard diving: 1. Maia Goldstein, US 470.70, 2. Kaleigh Dundov, BR 455.50, 3. Rachel Dickinson, US 363.15.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Victoria Miyamoto, BR 1:01.15, 2. Thais Carrion, US 1:05.91, 3. Treasure D’Souza, AH 1:17.74.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Catharine Cooper, AH 52.76, 2. Olivia Mason, AH 1:01.30, 3. Chloe Grabow, AH 1:02.55.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Amanda Kopas, US 5:21.28.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage 1:50.71 (Jade Grabow, Chloe Grabow, Molly Weidner, Olivia Mason); 2. University School 2:01.28, 3. Boca Raton 2:02.47 (Elena Hartigan, Michaela Levit, Caitlin Jennings, Victoria Miyamoto).

100-yard backstroke: 1. Annita Huang, AH 1:08.57, 2. Jade Grabow, AH 1:09.65, 3. Rylie Barnhardt, Summit 1:10.70.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Emme Ham, AH 1:15.64, 2. Thais Carrion, US 1:17.04, 3. Molly Weidner, AH 1:19.56.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage 3:57.49 (Cathy Cooper, Annita Huang, Chloe Grabow, Olivia Mason), 2. University School 4:00.53, 3. Boca Raton 4:29.17 (Alyssa Lawrence, Michaela Levit, Susie Kerr, Victoria Bremer).

BOYS RESULTS: 1. Boca Raton 442, 2. University School 408, 3. American Heritage Delray Beach 383, 4. American Heritage Plantation 342, 5. Chaminade-Madonna 254, 6. Grandview Prep 210, 7. Monsignor Pace 75.

200-yard medley relay: 1. American Heritage Delray 1:43.18, 2. University School 1:46.25 (Patrick Groters, Daniel Jacobs, Max Asnis, Ramon Villamayor), 3. Grandview Prep 1:50.37.

200-yard freestyle: 1. Daniel Jacobs, US 1:49.31, 2. Max Asnis, US 1:50.53, 3. CJ Kopecki, AH 1:51.54.

200-yard individual medley: 1. Patrick Groters, US 1:59.87, 2. Henry Furman, BR 2:15.21, 3. Daniel Escobar, AH 2:17.18.

50-yard freestyle: 1. Quinn Lacoursiere, AHD 22.19, 2. Miller Albury, GP 22.20, 3. Sean McCauley, AHD 22.90.

1-meter springboard diving: 1. Alex Hofstetter, BR 358.35, 2. Wyatt Johnson, BR 218.00, 3. Spencer Johnson, BR 216.75.

100-yard butterfly: 1. Max Asnis, US 54.08, 2. Miller Albury, GP 55.43, 3. Sean McCauley, AHD 56.06.

100-yard freestyle: 1. Quinn Lacoursiere, AHD 49.61, 2. Christopher McCauley, AHD 53.75, 3. James Gallet, CM 55.38.

500-yard freestyle: 1. Daniel Jacobs, US 4:57.14, 2. CJ Kopecki, AH 5:03.97, 3. Daniel Escobar, AH 5:05.79.

200-yard freestyle relay: 1. American Heritage Delray 1:33.56, 2. Grandview Prep 1:38.75, 3. Boca Raton 1:46.06 (Mark Mahady, Genesis Gray, John Ozgencer, Anthon Joseph).

100-yard backstroke: 1. Patrick Groters, US 54.15, 2. Kevin Porto, AH 57.28, 3. Spencer Lacoursiere, AHD 57.74.

100-yard breaststroke: 1. Albin Engstrom, GP 1:10.63, 2. Renato Filho, US 1:11.09, 3. Ian Hamilton, CM 1:11.40.

400-yard freestyle relay: 1. University School 3:27.85 (Daniel Jacobs, Max Asnis, Ramon Villamayor, Patrick Groters), 2. American Heritage Plantation 3:29.56 (Kevin Poro, Daniel Escobar, CJ Kopecki, Cody Chin), 3.Chaminade-Madonna 3:53.74.

Undefeated Pine Crest defeated two-time defending boys state 2A champion American Heritage and Calvary Christian Academy to remain undefeated in dual meets at the host Panthers’ pool.

Pine Crest (7-0) used the meet as a tune-up for the weekend’s inaugural Byron Plapp Invitational at Jacksonville Bolles. The 1A state champion Bolles girls and boys teams swept the meet featuring 700 swimmers and divers. Pine Crest girls team was second and boys were third.

In the dual meet, the Panther boys defeated American Heritage, 173-117 and Calvary Christian, 192-105. American Heritage topped Calvary Christian, 161-119.

In the girls’ competition, Pine Crest, led by double winners Marta Ciesla and Andrea Santander, a Gulliver Prep transfer, defeated Calvary Christian, 229-79 and American Heritage, 234-60. Calvary Christian defeated American Heritage, 153-129.

South Florida Heat, led by Rose Smiddy, Rachel Botting and Mary Smutny, won the girls team title and host Westminster Academy won the boys team title at the Florida Christian Schools Invite at the Lions’ pool.

South Florida Heat won with 380 points. King’s Academy was second in 325.
Westminster Academy, led by Chase Perry and divers Stephen and Nicholas Cardea, won the boys title with 325 points, just 3 points ahead of King’s Academy (322).

Gulliver Prep boys, led by double winners Miguel Cancel, Adrian Aguilar and Trahern Gribble, knocked off defending 3A state champion Doral Academy, 154-131, and defending girls state champion Gulliver Prep, led by Emily Cordovi and Alicia Mancilla, won, 199-87, to complete a sweep.

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