ONTARIO -- Ontario's boys' and girls' teams both earned titles Wednesday in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Swimming Championships.
The Warriors girls' team successfully defended the team title it won in 2018. The boys' team unseated defending champion Galion by a narrow margin.
The meet at Ontario High School had been scheduled this past Saturday, but was delayed due to the winter storm.
In the girls' competition, Ontario finished first with 164 points. Shelby was second with 128 and Galion was third with 108. Marion Harding (57), River Valley (43), Marion Pleasant (43) and Buckeye Valley (35) rounded out the field.
Among the boys, Ontario had 164 points to edge Galion (156). Shelby was third with 96. Pleasant (64), Buckeye Valley (58) and Harding (37) were fourth through sixth. River Valley didn't have a boys team competing.
Area swimmers dominated the meet. Every event -- individual and relay -- was won by Ontario, Shelby or Galion swimmers.
Winners in each event were:
200-yard medley relay -- Ontario (Jennifer Crum, Myla Creed, Amy Evans and Ava Ruhe)
200-yard freestyle -- Rylie White, Shelby
200-yard IM -- Reyna Hoffman, Shelby
50-yard freestyle -- Troie Grubbs, Galion
100-yard butterfly -- Ryle White, Shelby
100-yard freestyle -- Kassie Stine, Shelby
500-yard freestyle -- Jadyn McPherson, Shelby
200-yard freestyle relay -- Shelby (Rylie White, Reyna Hoffman, Riley Lewis and Kassie Stine)
100-yard backstroke -- Reyna Hoffman, Shelby
100-yard breaststroke -- Myla Creed, Ontario
400-yard freestyle relay -- Galion (Kaisey Speck, Sari Conner, Kennedy Speck and Troie Grubbs)
200-yard medley relay -- Galion (Caleb Strack, Braxton Tate, Clay Karnes and Ben Alstadt)
200-yard freestyle -- Kenton Cordrey, Ontario
200-yard IM -- Caleb Strack, Galion
50-yard freestyle -- Ben Aktstadt, Galion
100-yard butterfly -- Clay Karnes, Galion
100-yard freestyle -- Kenton Cordrey, Ontario
500-yard freestyle -- Alec Dicus, Galion
200-yard freestyle relay -- Ontario (David Whittaker, Will Bolin, Logan Rietschlin and Kenton Cordrey)
100-yard backstroke -- Caleb Strack, Galion
100-yard breaststroke -- Brycen Burkhalter, Shelby
400-yard freestyle relay -- Ontario (David Whittaker, Nic Derkez, Logan Rietschlin and Kenton Cordrey)