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Central York High School graduate Jade Arganbright, a junior at California University of Pennsylvania, broke pool records in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke at Hamer Hall on Saturday afternoon.

Central York High School graduate Jade Arganbright broke two pool records on Saturday for the California University of Pennsylvania women's swimming team.

The Vulcans earned dual-meet victories over Fairmont State and Davis & Elkins.

With the wins, California improved to 7-1 overall. The Vulcans posted a 147-68 victory against the Fighting Falcons and a 136-104 win over the Senators.

Arganbright cruised to the victory in the 100 breaststroke and reached the NCAA Championships 'B' standard after touching the wall in 1 minute, 3.78 seconds. She broke the previous pool record in the event by 1.68 seconds after the mark was set in January 2012 by Melissa Gates.

The reigning Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Swimmer of the Year also broke the pool record in 200 breaststroke on Saturday after posting a time of 2:19.76 while swimming as an exhibition. Arganbright eclipsed the previous school record in the event by 4.5 seconds, a mark which Gates also set in January 2012.

Another Central grad, freshman Summer McIntyre won the 100 freestyle after posting a time of 54.07 seconds.

The 200 medley relay of Arganbright, freshman Rebecca Wilkerson, McIntyre and Kira Goin won the event by nearly eight seconds with a time of 1:49.64.