The Lady Warriors (2-0) won 10 of 12 events as well as taking first and second place in seven of the night’s events.
Bre Robinson was a four-time winner, after taking the 200 free (1:55.15) and backstroke (58.98), teaming with Cassidy Manning, Mikala Mawhorter and Kendra Miller in the 200 free relay (1:51.35) and joined Miller, Rachel Rozow and Kayla Hershberger to claim the 400 free relay (4:00.82) to close out the night.
Hershberger scored a pair of individual wins, taking the medley relay (2:22.07) and 500 free (5:44.89) while Rozow won her first-ever breaststroke event at 1:14.15. Miller won the 100 free (1:01.58), Mawhorter the fly (1:12.30) and Tori Sylvester started the night with a career-best 168.05 on the diving board.
Wawasee swept the 200 free with Hannah Winters (2:19.35) and Jen Slabaugh (2:24.84) in tow while Winters (1:22.31) and Emma Donahoe (1:26.38) made a clean sweep in the breaststroke. Wawasee also took second in the 400 free relay to assert its dominance over the Lady Knights.
East Noble’s two event wins were in the 50, won by Mackenzye Daffron-Koebler at 25.90, and Daffron-Koebler anchored the 200 medley relay team of Alyn Clark, Kari Guthrie and Ashley Nichols to a 2:01.25 win to open the night’s swimming.
Wawasee will formally move into its Northern Lakes Conference schedule Tuesday when it hosts Elkhart Memorial. Diving begins at 4:45 p.m. with swimming to start around 6:30. The boys will open its 2012-13 calendar the same night against Memorial.