Atlantic Conference swimming championships: Princess Anne boys and girls finish first, set meet records

Princess Anne's Shannon Lonergan anchors the girls 200 medley relay in Friday's Atlantic Conference championships. (Joe Saade/Southside Daily)
Princess Anne’s Shannon Lonergan anchors the girls 200 medley relay in Friday’s Atlantic Conference championships. (Joe Saade/Southside Daily)

The Princess Anne boys and girls swim teams capped off their Atlantic Conference dominance in record-setting fashion in Friday’s conference championships meet at the Princess Anne Rec Center.

Of their meet-high 11 first-place finishes, the Cavaliers submitted eight conference-record times.

Princess Anne senior and Princeton commit Daniel Arris won the 200 individual medley (2:07.85) and 100 breaststroke (meet record 1:03.47) while anchoring first-place finishes in the boys 200 medley (1:50.05) and 200 freestyle (1:38.63) relays.

Cavaliers standout freshman Charlie Burt set meet records in the 200 individual medley (2:07.85) and 100 backstroke (1:07.59).

Senior Shannon Lonergan anchored the girls’ record-setting relays in the 200 freestyle (1:57.19) and 200 medley (2:08.46). Eric Fuhs beat his own conference record in the 400 freestyle (4:11.52) and swam on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle (meet record 3:40.32) relays. Joshua Jung set the meet record in the 100 butterfly (58.92).

Girls Team Results:

Princess Anne freshman standout Charlie Burt set meet records in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke. (Joe Saade/Southside Daily)
Princess Anne freshman standout Charlie Burt set meet records in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke. (Joe Saade/Southside Daily)
  1. Princess Anne — 583
  2. Hickory — 377
  3. Maury — 358
  4. Kempsville — 262
  5. Salem — 179
  6. Indian River — 104
  7. Green Run — 88
  8. Norview — 70

Boys Team Results:

  1. Princess Anne — 598
  2. Hickory — 560
  3. Kempsville — 247
  4. Salem — 170
  5. Maury — 152
  6. Green Run — 123
  7. Indian River — 97
  8. Norview — 73

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