WINTER HAVEN — The Lakeland girls poured out another record-breaking performance on Saturday at Rowdy Gaines Pool.

The Dreadnaughts won the girls Polk County swim meet — setting two relay records in the process — just nine days after taking the Lakeland City Meet in record fashion.

“Everyone swam above and beyond what my expectations were," Lakeland coach Lee Stauffer said. "The two records we have, I didn’t really think we would break them by as much as we did. I think they will stand for a while."

All totaled, the Lakeland girls racked up 277 points — beating second-place Jenkins by 92 points — and won eight of 12 events, including Olivia Vignec in the 50 free (25.96) and 100 free (55.75), Kelly Schmaedeke in the 200 IM (2:15.59) and 100 breast (1:08.82), Anya Bogdanova (2:00.36) in the 200 free and 500 free (5:21.74) and the 200-medley and 400-free relays.

The Dreadnaughts' 200-medley relay touched this finish pad at 1:53.67. They broke old mark held by George Jenkins of 1:55.91 set in 2013. They also closed the meet with a record-setting 400-free relay of 3:43.74. Jenkins held the old mark of 3:46.74.

Stauffer said the Lakeland girls team is more than likely the best team in school history and maybe one of the best in county history.

“This is probably the best-ever (at Lakeland)," Stauffer said. "There were some really good kids here before but they were sporadic. They weren’t all together at one time. As far as girls teams go, this is probably the best one we’ve ever had."

“They did everything we needed to win and I am just hoping we can make it a triple crown and win districts," he said.

Jenkins won the boys meet with 182 points, beating out second-place Winter Haven (168) by 14, but the Eagles needed to win the 400-free relay to ice the championship, coming into the final race with just an eight-point lead.

“We had a lot of strong boys this year with Colby (Garthwaite) and Logan (Hauk). A lot of them are swimming club so that definitely helps us. It was just placing them in the right events and getting them in the right relays,” Jenkins head coach Jenn Gosline said.

The Jenkins boys picked up wins from Garthwaite in the 200 IM (2:04.42), the 100 breast (1:02.37) and collectively in the 200-medley (1:47.88) and 400-free (3:33.04) relays.

Gosline has won 13 consecutive county championships between boys and girls swimming combined. Last year she guided the girls to the title.

Lake Region senior Daryl Clark won the 100 free (47.92) and the 100 back (55.84), his best times this season for both events. He was in a car accident earlier in the year where he broke his right wrist and injured his right shoulder, but he battled back just in time for county wins.

“It took me out of training coming into high school season, but then I built myself back up,” Clark said.

The defending boys county champion All Saints got wins from Will Harding and its 200-free relay (1:38.77). Harding underwent knee surgery in May and came back to win the 100 butterfly with a 55.54.

“I jammed my wall, my turns were a little slow,” Harding said. “I am feeling good with it. I am looking forward to getting stronger. They put screws in during May and I was thinking about winning a county championship for next year, but it all worked out.”

Winter Haven freshman Matthew Long won both the 200-free (1:51.88) and 500-free (4:59.95) races while Lakeland’s Rodrigo Salinas won the 50 free at 23.36.

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