ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - The "four-peat" is complete! Dimond girls swimming team grabbed its fourth straight state title this weekend at the ASAA state swimming championships.
The Lynx nabbed first place with a score of 92 points, ahead of Sitka in second with 72, Eagle River in third with 57 and Palmer with 52.
On the boys side of the competition, the win belonged to the Service Cougars with a score of 114. In second is Dimond with 99 points, Kodiak coming in third with 61 point 5 points and Eagle River coming in fourth with 60 point 5.
Seward freshman phenom Lydia Jacoby dominated at her first high school state swim meet, taking first in the girls 200 IM with a time of 2 minutes and 9 point 31 seconds and first in the girls 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1 minute and 3 point 11 seconds.
Eagle River's John Heaphy shone as well, winning the boys 100 yard breaststroke and the boys 200 yard IM.
In the most exciting 50 yards of swimming, Chugiak's Izzy Powers wins for the girls while Service's Caleb Law took the win in the boy's category.
Dimond sweeps the girls and boys 200 yard freestyle, with Brecklynn Willis and Maximus Addington taking the wins there.