Edmond North's Dylan Anderson wasn't the only swimmer to set a record at Monday's Edmond City Championship meet at Oklahoma Christian.
Anderson set the pool and school record in the 400 freestyle, just beating out Memorial's Zac Cook.
North's Sean Simpson also set both school and pool records in the 100 butterfly at 59.13.
Ally Robertson had a part in a pair of school records, individually in the 200 individual medley (2:30.74) and as part of the 200 freestyle relay team (1:58.11). Robertson teamed up with Ann-Marie Stowe, Megan Snelling and Abbie Imes on the relay team.
Naresh Naik of Memorial set a school record in the 100 freestyle.
NAIK IS TOP IN TWO EVENTS
Naik has the top time in the state in both the 100 freestyle (47.99) and 200 individual medley (1:58.74) according to the times posted Tuesday by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association.
Tulsa Union's Eastman Holloway has the top time in the 200 free (1:41.26) and 500 free (4:33.65), Owasso's Erin Beu leads in the 50 free (24.94) and 100 butterfly (1:00.03) and Enid's Sara Nazari is tops in the 100 backstroke (1:01.04) and 500 free (5:24.12).
In Class 5A, Newcastle's Jessica Hildebrand has the top time in three events--the 100 free (57.93), 200 free (2:04.37) and 500 free (5:27.33). Also Miami's Khyle Hill leads in the 100 backstroke (57.01) and 100 butterfly (53.85).
RUBIN BREAKING RECORDS AT MUSTANG
Last season, Mustang's Cressie Rubin needed the last chance meet to boost her state meet qualifying events.
She won't need that this season.
Rubin has qualified for all 11 state meet events and has broken three school records this year.
After swimming at Jenks last week, the Broncos are off until the Metro Conference meet Feb. 3-4 at Oklahoma City Community College.