ATLANTA -- Wesleyan's boys team broke four school records this past weekend on the way to winning the prestigious Metro Atlanta Swimming and Diving Championships, a 40-year-old event held at Westminster.
It was the first Metro title for the Wolves, who faced a 50-team field that featured teams from all classifications. Wesleyan's girls also placed sixth.
Michael Reynolds and Will Gregory each broke an individual event record. Reynolds set a new mark with a third-place finish in the 200 individual medley at 1 minute, 57.87 seconds and Gregory established a new record in the 100 breaststroke at 59.01 seconds, which placed him second.
Those two joined Nick Salyers and Anthony McMurry on a school-record 200 medley relay that finished in 1:37.10, good for first place overall. Timothy Marsh, Ryan Buckley, Chase Bartlett and Andrew Sunderman later set a Wesleyan 200 free relay mark at 1:30.75 while finishing second.
McMurry also had a second-place finish in the 100 free (48.71), narrowly ahead of Providence's Caleb Weir, third in 48.73. Reynolds also was third in the 500 free in 4:42.85 and Salyers was second in the 100 back (53.87), just ahead of Weir's third-place time of 54.17.
Bartlett, Salyers, Reynolds and McMurry swam 3:17.27 in the meet-ending 400 free relay, winning the metro title in that event.
Wesleyan diver Zach Hernandez finished second overall with a score of 452.50.
Mountain View earns first trophy
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Mountain View won the first wrestling trophy in the new program's brief history this past weekend, placing third at the Social Circle Redskin Rumble.
Rashard Brown, Thomas Adams and Radu Roscot earned the program's first gold medals, while Dallas Brown and Zonta Laney were runners-up in their weight classes. Drake King was fourth, Kacey Gutierrez and Kenny Cook placed fifth, and Tony Torres, Josh Kemper and Durrell Edinburgh finished in sixth place.
Habersham Central 59, Apalachee 56
MOUNT AIRY -- Apalachee erased a 20-point deficit with a 27-9 run at Habersham Central but came up short in a 59-56 loss in a make-up game.
DeVaughn Kilgore led Apalachee (6-14, 1-5) with 28 points and six assists.