West York diver Trinity Thomas was the top York County performer during the PIAA Class 2-A Swimming Championships over the weekend at Bucknell University.
Thomas, a senior, finished in second place in diving on Saturday with a total of 379.70 points. What made her achievement most remarkable is that she has only been diving for a year.
Thomas is best known as a member of the USA National Gymnastics Team. She's expected to compete in April's World Cup in Tokyo.
Big Spring's Shannon McCabe won the event with 396.95 points.
Thomas continues a tradition of excellence for West York divers. Erica Sarver won the state gold medal in 2017.
Trinity's sister, Tesia, tied for 19th in the 50-yard freestyle.
Suburban swimmers excel: York Suburban also had some standout performers in 2-A swimming at the state meet.
Aidan Fryar was fifth in 50-yard freestyle in 21.35 seconds. He also teamed with Zach Gochnauer, Matt Peters and Devon Lonergan to finish seventh in the 400 free relay in 3:19.31.
Fryar also won the B final in the 100 free in 47.12 seconds to place ninth overall in that event.
Lonergan finished 17th in the 500 free and 25th in the 200 free. Peters was 27th in the 200 individual medley and 28th in the 100 breaststroke.
The Suburban 200 medley relay team of C.J. Zortman, Peters, Fryar and Charles Rogers finished 14th.
Suburban freshman Sophia Guyer finished 17th in the 200 IM.
Susquehannock's Katlyn Baer finished 11th on the 200 free and 31st in the 100 free. Another Warrior, Andrew Ferg, took 18th in the 200 IM and 21st in the 100 back. Susquehannock's Rohit Kandala took 30th in the 100 free.