The Holy Trinity swimming and diving team had quite a successful day at the Class 1A, District 7 championship meet held at the Cocoa Beach Aquatics Center.
Natalie Doig won the 100-meter freestyle race in 55.88 and the 200-meter freestyle event in 2:01.39.
James Lacey and Elle Jacobsen broke school records and are among 11 swimmers and divers expected to move onto the regional meet, which is set for Nov. 6 at Lake Highland Prep. Those spots will be determined over the weekend once all of the district events in the region have been completed.
Lacey finished second in the boys 50 free in a school-record time of 22.90 and was also fifth in the 100 free (53.27). Jacobsen was second in the girls 1-meter diving event (427.40), breaking the old school record (404.85) by more than 20 points.
Alex Spies was third in the boys 200 IM (2:00.94) and fifth in the 500 free (4:59.12). Ava Middlebrooks was fifth in the girls 100 butterfly (1:08.96).
Sarah Gerrity finished fourth in the girls 100 breast (1:16.98).
Holy Trinity’s relay teams had four top-five finishes.
The boys 200 free relay team of Patrick Nguyen, Kayden Shah, Spies and Lacey was fifth in 1:41.30. In the 400 free relay, it was the team of Spies, Nguyen, Luke LaGrone and Lacey placing third (3:44.17)
On the girls side, the team of Tess Fargo, Middlebrooks, Caroline Lacey and Doig came in fifth in the 400 free relay with a time of 4:14.54.
Fargo, Doig, Gerrity and Middlebrooks took fifth in the 200 medley relay in 2:08.66.