The Jesuit boys swim team held form at the District 9-5A Swim Championships on Tuesday evening at UNO.

So did the Dominican girls.

It was a good warmup for both teams who are aiming for not only metro championships Saturday, but perhaps state titles next month in Sulphur.

Jesuit, a Division I swimming powerhouse, won the “Catholic League” district championship with 5891/2 points. Holy Cross was second with 390 points, Brother Martin third with 3481/2 points and Rummel fourth with 240 points.

Dominican, which has a celebrated mix of youth and experience, won the girls competition with 573 points. They narrowly edged Mount Carmel, which had 531 points. Chapelle was third with 283 points.

“This meet is really important to us,” said Jesuit junior Josh Ormond, who won the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1 minute, 49.07 seconds, as well as the 500-yard freestyle in 4:52.78.

“We don’t like to rank our meets,” Ormond said. “All of them are important, and we came here for a reason (and that was to win).”

Jesuit coach Bret Hanneman said the Blue Jays always want to come prepared to a big meet such as the Catholic League championship.

“They don’t treat it like (tradition wins meets),” he said. “This is one of the big three (along with metro and state). We were trying to get a bunch of guys qualified. The team did really well today.”

Tuesday was extra special for Hanneman, who doubles as coach at Dominican. The girls won their first district championship in four years. Dominican won seven of eight individual events and led in all three relays.

“I haven’t had this feeling since my eighth-grade year, when we last won district,” Dominican junior Kaylin Smith said. “We had that feeling back then, but this is even better. I’ve never been this close with my teammates. It’s just an awesome feeling.”

Smith won the 50-yard freestyle (26.05) and the 100-yard butterfly (1:03.92.) dominican’s Hannah Morris and Emma McMahon also won two events. Morris won the 200- and 500-yard freestyle. McMahon won the 200-yard individual and 100-yard breaststroke.

“The girls haven’t had this in a while,” Hanneman said. “I’m just happy for them.”

Rummel’s Thomas Vanderbrook was the only other boys dual winner with victories in the 200 IM and the 100 backstroke.

District 9-5A Swim Championship

At UNO

All races in yards

Girls

Team scoring: 1. Dominican, 573. 2. Mount Carmel, 531. 3. Chapelle, 283.

INDIVIDUAL resultS

200 medley relay: 1. Dominican, 1:57.59. 2. Mt. Carmel, 2:00.89. 3. Chapelle, 2:13.92.

200 freestyle: 1. Hannah Morris, Dominican, 2:04.98. 2. Catherine Carr, Dominican 2:06.47. 3. Ashley Cheramie, Mt. Carmel 2:07.49.

200 IM: 1. Emma McMahon, Dominican, 2:18.42. 2. Brie Perry, Dominican, 2:22.07. 3. Erin Fortier, Mt. Carmel, 2:23.17.

50 freestyle: 1. Kaylin Smith, Dominican, 26.05. 2. Hannah Paradis, Dominican, 26.96. 3. Caroline Cannon, Mt. Carmel, 27.34.

100 butterfly: 1. Kaylin Smith, Dominican, 1:03.92. 2. Kaylin Swoboda, Mt. Carmel, 1:05.03. 3. Katie Cannon, Mt. Carmel, 1:05.81.

100 freestyle: 1. Hailey Reynolds, Mt. Carmel, 58.32. 2. Brie Perry, Dominican, 58.89. 3. Gabrielle Duhe, Dominican, 59.49.

500 freestyle: 1. Hannah Morris, Dominican, 5:29.06. 2. Ashley Cheramie, Mt. Carmel, 5:40.67. 3. Katherine Hamilton, Dominican, 5:46.03.

200 freestyle relay: 1. Dominican, 1:46.49. 2. Mt. Carmel, 1:50.04. 3. Chapelle, 1:58.15.

100 backstroke: 1. Catherine Carr, Dominican, 1:06.00. 2. Olivia Givens, Mt. Carmel, 1:08.61. 3. Ally Landry, Chapelle, 1:08.80.

100 breaststroke: 1. Emma McMahon, Dominican, 1:10.34. 2. Charlotte Russo, Mt. Carmel, 1:10.65. 3. Kaylin Swoboda, 1:10.68.

400 freestyle relay: 1. Dominican, 3:57.46. 2. Mt. Carmel, 4:07.28. 3. 4:21.17.

Boys

Team scoring: 1. Jesuit, 589.5. 2., Holy Cross, 390. 3. Brother Martin, 348.5. 4. Rummel, 240.

INDIVIDUAL resultS

200 medley relay: 1. Jesuit, 1:43.54. 2. Rummel, 1:45.10. 3. Holy Cross, 1:47.69.

200 freestyle: 1. Josh Armond, Jesuit, 1:49.07. 2. Jack Jackson, Jesuit, 1:50.84. 3. Jack Baudouin, Jesuit, 1:55.36.

200 IM: 1. Thomas Vanderbrook, Rummel, 1:58.01. 2. Davis Edwards, Jesuit, 2:02.71. 3. Cade Fuxan, Jesuit, 2:04.57.

50 freestyle: 1. Connor Schwartz, Jesuit, 23.41. 2. Noah Wilkens, Jesuit, 23.49. 3. Charles Korndoffer, Jesuit, 23.68.

100 butterfly: 1. Cade Fuxan, Jesuit, 53.27. 2. Adam Coignet, Rummel, 57.13. 3. Lane Coleman, Holy Cross. 58.36.

100 freestyle: 1. Nick Bienvenu, Rummel, 51.63. 2. Charles Korndoffer, Jesuit, 52.28. 3. Connor Schwartz, Jesuit, 52.91.

500 freestyle: 1. Josh Armond, Jesuit, 4:52.78. 2. Antonio Rivera, 5:16.92. 3. Hunter Appleton, Brother Martin, 5:22.28.

200 freestyle relay: 1. Jesuit, 1:32.36. 2. Brother Martin, 1:38.08. 3. Holy Cross, 1:41.47.

100 backstroke: 1. Thomas Vanderbrook, Rummel, 54.00. 2. Noah Wilkens, 57.21. 3. Paxton DeForest, Holy Cross, 1:01.51.

100 breaststroke: 1. Adam Coignet, Rummel, 1:03.05. 2. Pedro Rivera, Holy Cross, 1:03.86. 3. Chris Gross, Brother Martin, 1:07.07.

400 freestyle relay: 1. Jesuit, 3:29.27. 2. Rummel, 3:41.78. 3. Holy Cross, 3:44.85.