Speaking of dynamic duos, South Charleston's accomplished pair of senior Austin Green and sophomore Adam Poe sure didn't disappoint either.
Both finished in a four-way logjam for the boys' high-point award with 18 points, with each winning a pair of individual events and taking part in SC's winning 200 freestyle relay team that set a meet mark with a time of 1:32.11.
Green's time of 50.15 in the 100 butterfly also represented a new meet best.
"Our team for South Charleston High School is really strong this year," Green said. "Our relays are doing great. We're really trying to win that 200 freestyle relay and hopefully even the 200 medley, I think we have a shot. We'll go to Morgantown, represent our school and try our hardest. It's just great to finish off senior year like I have - going after as many records as I can, breaking my own or people before me. All the people I used to look up to, now my name is going to be up there and it's a great feeling."
While Green is entering his last state meet, Poe should have a couple left, but he is focused solely on this year for now.
"I'm really excited to go and compete next week," Poe said. "I'm really happy with my times. I got first in two things and that's always good. I'm ready to come out next week, swim hard, and get better."
In addition to Green, Charleston Catholic's Nate Carr is also winding down a decorated career and he added to that on Saturday, tying Green, Poe and GW's Zach Kidd for high-point honors while setting meet records in the 100 individual medley (1:55.7) and the 100 backstroke (52.91).
Nate also got to relax and watch younger sister Morgan Carr set her own record in the girls 100 butterfly with a time of 58.98.
"It's good because we've kind of got that brother-sister back-and-forth that's always going to be there," Nate Carr said. "But I love watching her swim. She's so talented and she's great to have around all the time."
Other records set on Saturday were by the GW boys 200 medley relay team (1:43) and Winfield's Lyons, who posted a time of 5:08.59 in the girls 500 freestyle.
Morgan Carr and GW's O'Dell, Emily Hageboeck and Allison Moore joined Davis and Lyons on the girls all-region team while Hurricane's Jack Wright and GW's Jacob Nason shared the boys honor with Kidd, Poe, Nate Carr and Green. (For complete results, see Page 2D.)
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