FIRST TEAM

RYAN BARSANTI, Heritage, Sr. -- The Wisconsin-bound senior won the 100-yard freestyle and placed second in the 50 freestyle at the North Coast Section championships. He won both events at the BVAL championships.

SVEN CAMPBELL, Campolindo, Sr. -- He won the 50 freestyle and broke his own NCS record during prelims of the 100 backstroke. He finished second in the backstroke in the final. His best swim at NCS may have been the anchor leg of the 400 freestyle relay, which helped the Cougars set a section record.

JASON CHEN, Amador Valley, Sr. -- He upended two-time defending champion Sven Campbell to win the 100 backstroke and claim his first NCS title. He was third in the 100 butterfly.

JACKSON MILLER, Las Lomas, Sr. -- Headed to Indiana, Miller set NCS records in both his individual events, the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle. He broke the NCS' oldest record with his 500 time of 4 minutes, 23.85 seconds, and helped the Knights win the 200 freestyle relay.

MAXIME ROONEY, Granada, Fr. -- He competed like a veteran in his first NCS championships, taking second in both the 500 freestyle and 100 butterfly. He was also part of two second-place relay teams, helping Granada to second in the team standings.

NICK SILVERTHORN, Granada, Jr. -- He took third place, but Silverthorn's time in the 100 breaststroke at the NCS meet was under the previous national high school record. He was also second in the 200 freestyle and competed on two second-place relay teams.

STEVEN STUMPH, Campolindo, Sr. -- He set a national high school record in the 100 breaststroke at 53.39 seconds in the NCS meet. His postseason included two DFAL records and two NCS records in individual events, as well as several big relay swims.

CHARLIE WISER, Miramonte, Sr. -- His final NCS meet included a victory in the 200 individual medley and a second-place finish in the 100 breaststroke. Wiser's 100 breaststroke time was under the previous national record.

-- STEPHANIE HAMMON