Girls swimming

Amy Miller, St. Joseph’s

Finishing first is nothing new for Miller or the Redstickers. Miller still managed to make quite an impression in her first Capital City Swim League meet of the year. She won the 100-yard freestyle in 54.41 seconds and later won the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.57.

“I was the most pleased with the spirit and energy the team showed,” Miller said. “Of the two events, I think the 100 freestyle was the best, considering we’re about midway through the season.

“I feel like we’re all about where we need to be right now.”

Boys swimming

Wesley Swain, University

Swain pulled off a unusual triple play Saturday. He took the SAT exam and was a double winner in a Capital City Swim League meet for the first time. Swain was first in the 100-yard freestyle in 53.68 seconds and the 100 backstroke in 1 minute, 2.94 seconds.

“I wasn’t really sure how it was going to work out, because I missed part of the meet,” Swain said. “But I was really happy. ... I’d never won two events before. The 100 free was nice, but the 100 backstroke was the better event. The time was a personal best.”