The mentor defeated the pupil this time.
Mill Creek swimming and diving coach Rick Creed led his boys and girls teams to a pair of victories over Parkview this past weekend. Parkview is coached by Jack Gayle, who Creed coached as a Panther swimmer in the late 1990s.
The Hawks won 184-127 in boys competition and 165-147 on the girls side. They won eight of 12 events in both the boys and the girls.
Mill Creek's first-place finishes were from Parker Schwab (200 freestyle, 1 minute, 50.40 seconds and 500 free, 4:51.03), Sommers Creed (200 free, 1:54.58 and 100 free, 53.68), Kevin Doran (200 individual medley, 2:02.49 and 100 breaststroke, 1:02.09), Rachael Dudley (200 IM, 2:10.70 and 100 butterfly, 57.32), Cameron Cowgill (diving, 262.75), Alan Carroll (100 free, 51.78), Frederique Lefebvre (500 free, 5:12.85) and Marlie Creed (100 backstroke, 1:04.28).
Parkview's individual race winners were Elio Furtado (50 free, 22.89), Elizabeth Charter (50 free, 24.83), Tabitha Banks (diving, 182.80), Andrew Ruffing (100 fly, 52.88 and 100 back, 56.07) and Caitlin Martin (100 breast, 1:11.07).
North sweeps Central
North Gwinnett picked up a pair of victories over Central Gwinnett this past weekend with a 235-77 girls win and a 224-65 boys win.
The Bulldogs broke three school records, including individual marks by Eric Madden in the 100 fly and Caroline Kenney in the 500 free. Madden's time was 52.52 and Kenney's time was 4:59.17. Madden also won the 200 IM in 2:04.67 and Kenney was the 200 IM in 2:11.22.
In addition to the individual wins, Madden joined Kyle Wright, Mike Peribonio and Jack Clark on a school-record 200 medley relay that swam 1:43.83.
Other North event winners were Peribonio (200 free, 1:52.21 and 500 free, 5:18.40), Allison Carr (200 free, 2:02.95 and 100 free, 56.15), Clark (50 free, 23.41), Mariah Jewell (50 free, 27.06), Ronnie Adams (diving, 152.15), Megan Kurdelmeier (diving, 223.70), Megan Johnston (100 fly, 1:03.41 and 100 back, 1:07.86), Wright (100 free, 50.60), James Dickey (100 back, 1:02.73), Kyle McLeod (100 breast, 1:08.92) and Elizabeth Webster (100 breast, 1:14.72).
Brookwood, Norcross battle
The Norcross boys won eight of 12 individual events to give defending state champion Brookwood a test, but the Broncos emerged victorious 169-135 in swimming and diving this past weekend.
Brookwood won the girls meet 236-74.
Norcross also set a school record in the 200 medley relay as Kevin Spiwak, Andrew Feeney, Connor Stickney and Sean Bagent swam the race in 1:38.84.
The Blue Devils also got boys wins from Scott Aron (200 free, 1:44.85), Bagent (50 free, 22.36 and 100 free, 49.19), Richard Krause (diving, 147.35), Stickney (100 back, 55.60) and Feeney (100 breast, 59.23).
Brookwood's first-place boys finishers were Danny Nguyen (200 IM, 1:59.58 and 100 fly, 52.14) and Conor Sweeney (500 free, 4:42.63).
The Broncos' girls event winners were led by Jana Mangimelli, whose time of 57.14 in the 100 back was an automatic All-American mark. Mangimelli also won the 200 IM in 2:08.21.
She was joined by race winners Allyson Sweeney (200 free, 1:58.62 and 100 free, 54.96), Anna Springer (50 free, 25.38 and 100 breast, 1:09.63), Haley Holcombe (100 fly, 59.03) and Kristen Clemmons (500 free, 5:16.59).
Megan Danielson (diving, 152.55) placed first for the Norcross girls.
Collins Hill sweeps Duluth
Collins Hill defeated Duluth 204-109 in girls competition and 174-139 in boys this past weekend, with a highlight coming from Mary Kate Young.
Young won the diving event with a score of 268.55, breaking a school record for the second week in a row.
The Eagles' got wins from Bruce Janzen (200 free, 1:52.05 and 100 back, 58.51), Aeriel Breneman (200 IM, 2:20.63 and 100 back, 1:03.35), Kayla Floor (50 free, 26.44), Bradley Miller (diving, 234.55), Anna Burdette (100 fly, 1:04.21), Jenn Rutledge (100 free, 59.14), Joe Strauss (100 breast, 1:00.77) and Jackie Rajek (100 breast, 1:16.05).
Peachtree Ridge wins tri-meet
Peachtree Ridge (1,605 points) won a tri-meet over the weekend with Grayson (1,306) and Dacula (918).
The Lions' event champions were Tommy King (100 free), Luke Upchurch (200 IM, 100 back), Bryce BeVier (500 free), Jane Kim (100 fly, 100 back), Monica Sakalik (50 free) and Emily Yoder (diving). King and Yoder set school records with their performances.
Wesleyan records fall
Lauren Hall, Anthony McMurry and Will Gregory each set a school record over the weekend as Wesleyan split its meet with Centennial. The Wolves won 207-102 in the boys meet, but lost 203-102 in girls.
Hall's diving score of 246.35 was a school mark, as were McMurry's time of 56.72 in the 100 back and Gregory's time of 1:01.97 in the 100 breast. Gregory also won the 200 IM in 2:07.83 and McMurry also won the 100 free in 50.22.
The Wolves also got victories from Bobby Chambless (diving, 217.30) and Erik Trum (100 fly, 59.90).