It was a record-setting Thursday for the boys at the Foothill Swim Games.
And Ayla Spitz made it a record-setting day for the Newport Harbor girls.
The boys combined to set three meet records during a blistering prelims session at the Foothill Swim Games.
Northwood’s 200-yard medley relay out-dueled Dana Hills in the third and final heat to set a meet-record with a time of 1 minute, 34.01 seconds. The team of Gabe Munoz, Henry Wu, Hwa Min Sim and Shawn Lou outdistanced Dana Hills by about half-a-second to break University’s 2014 record of 1:34.87.
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