200 MEDLEY RELAY
Team: Diana MacManus, Fr.; Sarah Hamilton, So.; Flora Kong, Jr.; Courtney Cashion, Fr.
Broke the national high school record by almost two seconds, set by Phoenix Shadow Mountain in 1996.
Jessica Hayes University Sr. 1:48.23
Along with her victory in the 100 freestyle (50.65), she won her eighth Division II title.
200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
Kristen Caverly San Clemente Jr. 1:58.86
Broke Kaitlin Sandeno's Division I record and just missed the national record by .02 seconds in the finals.
Sarah Jones San Clemente Sr. 23.04
The Stanford-bound senior broke a 17-year-old Division I record by .03 seconds, winning her fourth consecutive title in the event.
Kaitlin Sandeno El Toro Sr. 53.62
Won the Division I title and set a state record, breaking Jenna Johnson's time of 53.95 set in 1984.
Courtney Cashion Irvine Fr. 50.22
One of three Division I titles for the 15-year-old Irvine Novaquatic freshman.
Kaitlin Sandeno El Toro Sr. 4:39.64
The USC-bound Olympian won the Division I title and broke the division record set by Kim Brown in 1985.
200 FREESTYLE RELAY
San Clemente 1:36.71
Team: Sarah Jones, Sr.; Stephanie Chambers, Sr.; Stephanie Cadman, So.; Kristen Caverly, Jr.
Set a Division I record and tied the state record, boosted by Jones' leadoff leg of 23.06.
Diana MacManus Irvine Fr. 54.69
Broke the Division I record of 55.26 set by Nicole Beck in 1995.
Kristen Caverly San Clemente Jr. 1:01.67
Broke Amanda Beard's Division I record (1:01.79) and Staci Stitts' state record (1:01.77).
400 FREESTYLE RELAY
Team: Courtney Cashion, Fr.; Miho Umezawa, So.; Flora Kong, Jr.; Stephanie Hsiao, Sr.
Set a state and Division I record by .32 seconds, led by Cashion's leadoff leg.
Allison Brennan Edison Sr. 621.65 points
Set the Division I record, breaking the mark of 568.10 set by Erica Sorgi in 1997. It was the second straight title for the South Carolina-bound diver.
200 MEDLEY RELAY: San Clemente: Lauren O'Neil, So., Kristen Caverly, Jr., Stephanie Chambers, Sr., Sarah Jones, Sr.; 1:48.20--Set a South Coast League record and finished second in Division I to Irvine's national record-breaking team.
200 FREESTYLE: Erin Volcan, Canyon, Jr., 1:49.41--Edged out Newport Harbor's Carly Geehr by 0.01 seconds for the Division I title.
200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: Kaitlin Sandeno, El Toro, Sr., 2:00.16--Didn't compete in this event in the Southern Section finals, but out-touched Kristen Caverly for the South Coast League title.
50 FREESTYLE: Courtney Cashion, Irvine, Fr., 23.57--Finished second in Division I to San Clemente's Jones, who finished second to Cashion in the 100 freestyle.
100 BUTTERFLY: Flora Kong, Irvine, Jr., 55.42--The transfer from Japan finished second to El Toro's Sandeno in the Division I final.
100 FREESTYLE: Sarah Jones, San Clemente, Sr., 50.45--Led Irvine's Cashion at the 50-yard mark with a 24.24 split, but finished second to the freshman.
500 FREESTYLE: Jane Imagane, Troy, So., 4:54.64--Won her second consecutive Division II title in event, 0.10 seconds faster than her winning time last season.
200 FREESTYLE RELAY: Irvine: Diana MacManus, Fr., Miho Umezawa, So., Tanya Nielsen, Fr., Stephanie Hsiao, Sr.; 1:38.26--Finished second in Division I to San Clemente's state record-breaking squad.
100 BACKSTROKE: Nicole Mackey, Newport Harbor, So., 55.21--Broke the Division I meet record, but it wasn't enough to beat Irvine's MacManus.
100 BREASTSTROKE: Erin Sieper, Esperanza, Jr., 1:01.89--Finished second to San Clemente's Caverly, who credited Sieper's push with her breaking the state record.
400 FREESTYLE RELAY: Newport Harbor: Carly Geehr, Jr., Hayley Peirsol, So., Mai Tajima, So., Nicole Mackey, So.; 3:34.94--Took second in Division I to Irvine's state record-breaking team.
DIVING: Tiffany Manning, Capistrano Valley, Sr., 600.25 points--Her score also bested Sorgi's record, but wasn't enough to top Brennan.
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SCOTT HINMAN, GIRLS' COACH OF THE YEAR
The Irvine coach led the Vaqueros to their fifth consecutive championship winning the Division I finals by more than 100 points. The Vaqueros backed a strong group of veterans with three dominating newcomers, breaking national, state and division records along the way.