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Central York grads shine in pool

STAFF REPORT

Central York High School graduate Jade Arganbright enjoyed a monster day for the California University of Pennsylvania swimming team at the Vulcan Invitational on Saturday afternoon at Hamer Hall.

Central York High School graduate Jade Arganbright is expected to return to York County for the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Swimming Championships. She's a standout on the California University of Pennsylvania swimming team. She is one of a number of former York County high school standouts expected to compete in the meet.

Cal won 14 events, including all five relays, and captured the invitational title with 644 total points. Lock Haven finished in second place with 558 points and Juniata was third with 450 points.

Arganbright claimed four individual victories and was a member of four winning relay teams. The junior posted a time of 2 minutes, 14.14 seconds in the 200 individual medley to win the event by nearly nine seconds and captured the win in the 200 breaststroke by more than 13 seconds after touching the wall in 2:30.68. The reigning Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Swimmer of the Year registered a time of 55.08 seconds in the 100 freestyle to win the event by nearly 1.5 seconds and captured the victory in the 100 IM by three-plus seconds with a time of 1:02.68.

Another Central grad, freshman Summer McIntyre, claimed the victory in the 400 IM by nearly 24 seconds after touching the wall in 4:57.97.

The 200 freestyle relay team included Arganbright and McIntyre, winning the event by more than three seconds with a time of 1:43.12. Both Central grads were also on the 400 freestyle relay, which won in 3:49.02 and claimed the victory by eight-plus seconds.

McIntyre was on the winning 800 free relay, which won by three-plus seconds with a time of 8:28.97.

In the 200 medley relay, Arganbright and McIntyre were again part of the winning team in 1:56.32 to win by more than three seconds.

Cal also earned the victory in the 400 medley relay, powered by Arganbright and McIntyre, 4:18.77.