It was smooth sailing for Columbia County swimmers at the Augusta Aquatics Center, where county squads successfully navigated the waters during the season-ending CSRA Swim League divisional championships.
Columbia County stroked to titles in three of four divisions, while one county club claimed second place honors in the largest division.
Petersburg Racquet Club was runner-up in Division 1, as the Crocodiles posted 742 points. Fermata finished first with 867, but PRC still had its best year ever in CSRA Summer League competition.
In Division 2, Jones Creek came out on top by edging Northwood/Farmington 669-660. Cambridge-Stevens Point capped an unbeaten summer by cruising to victory in Division 3. In the process, the Piranhas won a second-straight CSRA Swim League crown - Cambridge-Stevens Points won Division 4 last year.
This summer, it was Rivershyre's time to shine - the Columbia County team posted a convincing score in Division 4, beating second-place Stratford 905.5-600.5
CSRA Swim League Divisional Championships
Division 1: 1. Fermata 867; 2. Petersburg Racquet Club 742; 3. Houndslake 666; 4. Woodbridge 471; 5. Hammond Hills 436; 6. Springlakes 304.
Division 2: 1. Jones Creek 669; 2. Farmington/Northwood 660; 3. Brynwood 583; 4. North Augusta Country Club 562; 5. Woodside Plantation 508; 6. West Lake 370.
Division 3: 1. Cambridge-Stevens Point 966; 2. National Hills 733; 3. Montclair 589; 4. Glennwood 503; 5. Augusta Country Club 292.
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