Senior Alexander Glenn then followed in their footsteps coming in first in the 200 freestyle at 2:00.00 with freshman Elias Contogonas following in second at 2:06.50, and Christian Assal coming in third at 2:15.07, making it a clean sweep. Another clean sweep took place thereafter in the 200 individual medley. Gentry-Mickelson led took first at 2:19.52, next was Hoogvorst at 2:25.97, and junior Rafael Rodriguez at 2:36.81.
There were then three more clean sweeps during the meet. Ottone place first in the 50 freestyle (24.52), Gentry-Mickelson place first in the 100 butterfly (1:00.75) , and Glenn won the 500/400 freestyle (5:31.20).
The boys continued to step on the gas in the 100 breaststroke with Reed Bryan coming in first at 1:12.13 with Rusty Dagon right behind him in second at 1:15.81 and Robert Duckworth in fourth at 1:22.35.
As the night came to an end, the boys finished placing first in the 400 free relay. Ottone, Dagon, Glenn and Stuart all worked together to insure their victory over Osceola, 133-41.
Come out and support the swim team as they take on Winter Park on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 9 a.m. at Winter Park.