Georgetown swimming rolled to its first UIL state championship. Via Vype
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The Georgetown boys and Montgomery girls led a pack of VYPE area winners at the UIL 5A state swim meet, so the 2018-2019 season ended on the right note.
Georgetown recorded 231 points at the University of Texas' Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, which topped runner-up Frisco Wakeland by 82 points. The Eagles wouldn't have dominated like that without Greyson Alarcon's spectacular day. He won the Boys' 100 Yard Butterfly and 100 Yard Backstroke, and also helped his team grab victories in the 200 Yard Freestyle Relay and 400 Yard Freestyle Relay. He teamed up with William Corona, Corby Furrer, Landon Alarcon and Daniel Pineiro in the latter two events, and Furrer also grabbed a win in the 500 Yard Freestyle.
"It feels great," said Greyson Alarcon. "What I'll remember most is how goofy [and] how much fun the team is. We push each other, we work hard, and we have a lot of fun, and that's what I'm going to look back on."
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