For swimming, the victory was the 27th consecutive victory for Christian Brothers in the Monmouth County meet, which is exactly how many years that CBA has sponsored a varsity swim team. The Colts scored a monster 474 team points during this year's edition.
Winners from CBA included Joey Huber (200 free & 100 free), Sammy Rennard (500 free), John Shea (100 back), 200 medley relay team of Huber, Chris McHeffey, Dimitri Maldonado and Shea, and the 400 freestyle relay of Huber, Maldonado, Connor Wright and Shea.
"The Monmouth County meets marks the start of championship season for us. One of our goals each year is to defend our county and Shore Conference titles," head coach Vito Chiaravalloti said. "I am so proud of our team on accomplishing part one of our goals and continuing a winning tradition that dates back to 1991. Our seniors showed great leadership and captain Joey Huber had a tremendous meet winning four golds."
Coming off these victories, both track and swimming are opening important stretches in their seasons. Track will contend for the overall Monmouth County title this Friday in Toms River, while swimming will face NJ.com No. 2-ranked Westfield High School on Wednesday at Neptune Aquatics.