CLARENCE - Megan Marsh set a Jamestown High School record en route to winning the 100-yard breaststroke at the Erie County Interscholastic Conference swimming championships Saturday.
Marsh broke her own record for the third time with a time of 1:07.47 as Jamestown finished eighth among the 14 teams with 128 points.
Meanwhile, Clarence was first with 447 points followed by Orchard Park with 277 points and Williamsville North with 202 points.
While Marsh was making news in the 100 breaststroke, Emily Kling of Jamestown was fourth in that event with a personal best of 1:10.82.
Marsh also was third for Jamestown in the 200 individual medley with a personal best of 2:11.02.
The Red Raiders' 200-yard medley relay team placed third with a personal-best 1:57.43. The team was comprised of Ally Stockwell, Kling, Marsh and Abbie Johnson.
Kling came in ninth in the 200 freestyle with a personal best of 2:05.18.
Abbie Johnson, Stockwell, Kling and Marsh comprised that 400 freestyle relay that set a personal best of 3:58.78 while ending up ninth. In the 100 backstroke, Stockwell was 10th with a personal best of 1:05.36.
The 200 freestyle squad of Abbie Johnson, Sam Oakes, Amanda Johnston and Alexis Brightman wound up 13th with a time of 1:55.97. Stockwell placed 16th in the 50 freestyle with a clocking of 27:37.