The San Marcos swim teams swept a meet against Ventura on Tuesday, with the boys winning 125-47 and the girls pulling out a 112-71 victory.

Asher Steelman was the standout for the San Marcos boys. He won the 200 IM (2:04.44) and 100 butterfly (55.61) and was part of the winning 200 medley relay and 400 free relay teams

The 200 medley relay of Steeleman, Jaron Depew, Gavin Tallman and Charles Franzen clocked 1:46.17. The 400 free quartet of Franzen, Depew, Steeleman and Tallman won in 3:29.82.

Steeleman’s times in his individual events were CIF consideration marks.

Depew took the 500 free and Zach Bell won the 100 backstroke.

For the girls Ava Stryker won the 100 freestyle after returning from Peru, where she helped the U.S. Women’s Senior National Water Polo team finish third in the FINA Intercontinental Cup and qualify for the World Championships.

Stryker clocked 54.73 in the 100 to lead a San Marcos sweep. Sophia Panossian and Elaia Hamilton followed in second and third. Stryker finished second in the 50 free (25.54), one-tenth of second behind teammate Panossian (25.53), while Elaia Hamilton took third (25.82).

Stryker also swam on the first-place 200 free relay (1:42.70) with Makenna Stretz, Hamilton and Sierra Tallman.

San Marcos swept the 500 free with Tallman  (5:19. 62), Maddie Sparre and Mia Amberger. Holland Woodhouse won the 100 back (1:01.11) followed by teammates Angie Cummings and Brooke Ingram.

The Royals captured the 400 free relay with the team of Stretz, Ingram, Sparre and Hamilton. Their time was 3:46.00.

“It was a challenging meet, as Ventura had several great swimmer and divers. However our girls banded together and found a way for our depth to prevail,” said coach Chuckie Roth.

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Barry Punzal, Sports Editor

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