In Tuesday's dual meet at the Edgewood Middle pool, the North Harford Hawks earned a 193-142 combined victory over the Bel Air Bobcats.
North Harford dominated the girls events, outscoring Bel Air 110-59, but the Hawk and Bobcat boys squads swam to a dead heat, 83-83.
North Harford's first swimmer with two individual victories was Robbie Beichler, who won both the boys 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard medley.
The Hawks' Gabe Lackey won both the boys 500-yard freestyle and 200-yard freestyle, while teammate Randy Foster took top honors in the boys 100-yard backstroke and 100-yard freestyle.
The North Harford girls squad saw a double winner in Becky Jump, who took first in the 200-yard medley and 100-yard backstroke.
The Hawks' Stephanie Wilson won the girls 200-yard freestyle, while Haley Jacobs helped out the winning cause with a victory in the girls 50-yard freestyle.
Zoey Friedel won the girls 100-yard freestyle for North Harford, fellow Hawk Sara Wilson captured a win in the girls 500-yard freestyle and Regan Davis notched a win in the girls 100-yard breaststroke.
The Bobcats' Briana Karayinopulos won the girls 100-yard butterfly.
Bel Air's Mike Koscinski won the boys 50-yard freestyle, while teammate Ben Barsam beat all comers in the boys 100-yard breaststroke.
Havre de Grace takes meet
The Havre de Grace swim team came out on top of a Tuesday-night tri-meet at Magnolia Middle School, edging out the Harford Tech squad, 98-90, and beating the Edgewood side, 111-76.
Harford Tech won its matchup with Edgewood, 108-80.
Havre de Grace's first victory of the evening came in the girls 200-yard freestyle race, which was won by Alyssa Smith.
In the girls 100-yard butterfly, Smith racked up her second win of the evening, and right behind her in second place was Warrior teammate Allissa Lyons.
Paul Butz notched a first-place finish in the boys 100-yard freestyle for the Warriors and Carrie Amato completed the Havre de Grace sweep of that event by winning the girls 100-yard freestyle.
Havre de Grace's Stephen Link earned a victory in the boys 500-yard freestyle.
The Warriors' final individual victory of the meet came from Lyons, who beat the field in the girls 100-yard backstroke.
Harford Tech swept the 200-yard medley, as Megan Culbertson won the girls race and Justin Carestia took first in the boys event.
Gracen Clem won the 50-yard freestyle event for Harford Tech, while teammate Tim Seitzinger posted a first-place showing in the boys 100-yard backstroke.
Winning the girls 500-yard freestyle for Harford Tech was Taylor Casalena.
Edgewood's Sam Verk won twice, taking victories in the boys 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard butterfly.
Kiera McKenna-Whistel earned Edgewood two top finishes, topping the field in the girls 100-yard breaststroke and 50-yard freestyle.
Michael Dzambasow won the boys 100-yard breaststroke for the Rams.