Bolles repeated as state high school swimming champions Saturday, extending its record streak to 32 years for the boys and 29 for the girls.

Add another year to the longest championship streak in Sunshine State sports.

Bolles repeated yet again Saturday night, capturing the boys and girls team titles in the Florida High School Athletic Association state swimming championships at Sailfish Splash Waterpark in Stuart.

The Bulldogs' boys streak, a national record, now extends to 32 years, while the girls team has won its last 29 championships in a dynasty that's now far older than any of its current students.

Meanwhile, Episcopal senior Jace Crawford captured three first-place finishes, two of them individual, and a second place in a superb meet to wrap up his high school career.

For the second consecutive year, Bolles and Episcopal went 1-2 in the boys overall standings, with the Bulldogs taking 337 points to the Eagles' 209.5. In the girls contest, Bolles finished with 489 points, far ahead of second-place Boca Raton St. Andrew's at 280.

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The Bolles success started with the first swimming event of the day, the girls 200-yard medley relay won by the team of Faith Khoo, Carly Schwab, Emily MacDonald and Sasha Ramey, and the victories kept on coming.

The Bolles girls also won the 200 free relay, with Manita Satianchokwisan (second in both girls sprints), MacDonald, Ramey and Adair Sand, as well as the 400 free relay, with MacDonald, Satianchokwisan, Megan McGrath and Sand.

Schwab dominated the girls 100 breast, swimming 1:01.76 to win by more than two seconds, while Ansen Meyer swam 56.33 for a strong win in the boys 100 breast.

Episcopal also had plenty of cause for celebration, particularly in the boys 200 free, where Crawford (1:37.53) and Scott Haney finished 1-2 ahead of Rafael Ponce de Leon of Bolles.

Crawford added a second title in the 100 butterfly in 48.70, and combined with Haney, Julian Smith and Caden Staggard to touch the wall in 3:04.07 and edge out Bolles in the night's final event, the boys 400 free relay.

The Eagles' Staggard, Smith, Crawford and Haney also finished second in the boys medley relay, and Mary Kate Kelley took second in both the girls 100 back and 100 fly.