Columbus High swimming simply dominated in Saturday's dual at South Sioux City, winning all 22 events while picking up a big road victory.
The Discoverers returned to action two days earlier after the holiday break in a dual win over Lincoln High in which the girls won easily, the boys were beaten but combined the two were well ahead of the Links.
There was no need to wait for the final team scores on Saturday.
Several Columbus swimmers won multiple events individually and as part of relay teams including Maddisen Schulz, Emily Miksch, Morgan Johansen, Alex Freshour, Kaira Dallman, Shae Drymon for the girls squad and Owen Kirkpatrick, Josue Mendez, Jaden Miller, Zach Alexander, Ben Jacobs and Big Konja on the boys squad.
The final girls score was 143-30 and the boys 122-27 for a combined total win of 265-57.
The team set 21 new personal records and Schulz picked up a secondary state qualifying time in the 500 freestyle.
Schulz was part of four wins, taking the top spot in the 200-yard freestyle, 500 free and swimming the lead off leg of the first-place 200 medley relay and 400 free relay.
Her teammates on the medley relay included Miksch, Johansen and Freshour. Miksch went on to take the 200 individual medley title and swim the leadoff on the winning 200 free relay.
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Johansen won the 100 butterfly and 100 breast stroke. Freshour was the anchor on the 400 free relay.
Kaira Dallman won the 50 free and was the third leg of the 200 free relay. Shae Drymon won the 100 free and was the second leg of 200 free relay.
Mavzuna Rozikov took the top spot in the 100 backstroke.
Miller was a four-even winner for the boys, swimming the third leg of the medley relay, the third leg of the 200 free relay and winning the 200 individual medley then the 100 butterfly.
Owen Kirkpatrick started the medley relay, won the 100 back and was the second swimmer on the 400 free relay.
Josue Mendez completed the third leg of the medley relay, the second leg of the 200 free relay and won the breast stroke.
Zach Alexander brought home the medley relay title as the anchor, won the 50 free and again swam the anchor later on the 200 free relay.
Ben Jacobs won the 200 free, 500 free and was the anchor on the 400 free. Big Konjga won the 100 free, led off the 200 free relay and 400 free relay.