Boys – Swimming

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SCHS BOYS SWIMMING TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR
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In 1972 the MBL grew too large for one league, so the league was divided into the North Division, Santa Cruz County schools in one league and Monterey and San Benito county schools in the South Division.

In 1976, the schools in Santa Cruz county thought their league would be more appropriately called, the Santa Cruz County Athletic League and at this time the leagues were split off. Monterey and San Benito county schools retained the MBL or Monterey Bay League name.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
DUAL LEAGUE
RECORD MEET RECORD
1960 Fifth FIRST OFFICAL TEAM
1961
1962 3-4 tie Fifth
1963 Al Weimers coach. Three swimmers made the CCAL finals
1964 Second
1965 Won MBL Relays
1966 Second
1967 0-8 Last
1968 6-4
1969 7-2 As of April 4th
1970 4-2 5-3
1971 7-2 Third 9-2
1972
1973 Fourth
1974 7-3 Fourth 8-3
1975 4-5 Fifth Ten teams in MBL league
1976 Start of SCCAL only five teams swim
1977 Fourth
1978 Undefeated Second
1979 Champs
1980 2-1 Champs
1981 3-1 Second 4-2
1982 Second
1983 Were good
1984 Second undefeated
1985 Third
1986 Third 4-1 Went to CCS finals at Stanford
1987 Second 4-1
1988 tied Second
1989 Second 4-1
1990 Second 3-1-1
1991 3-1 Second 5-1
1992 3-1 Second 5-1 Took second place at three meets: SCCAL Relays: SC Sprint Invitational; Aptos-Harbor-Cabrillo Invitational. Some Swimmers competed at the Northern California Invitational at Foothill College.
1993 3-1 Second 5-1 Took second place at three meets: SC County Relay; SC Sprint Invitational and Gunderson of San Jose Invitational.
1994 2-2 Second Took fourth at Harbor Invitational and second at SC relays
1995 Third
1996 1-4 tied Fourth
1997 2-3
1998 Fourth
1999
2000 Second Sophomore Pat Jacobson broke a meet record
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010 Fifth

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