In addition, the team of Victoria Vandevoorde, Lena Charles, Victoria Whicker, and Mallory Adair claimed second in the 200 free relay.
Cascade finished sixth with 150.5 points, while Tri-West took seventh with 141 and Danville followed them with 123.5.
At North Central, Brownsburg had a strong showing, finishing second to the host school in their sectional, with 359 points.
Aiding the effort was the victory of senior Madeline Ketchem in the 100 butterfly. Ketchem was also part of the second-place 200 medley relay squad of Kierra Watson, Grace Fulwider, and Madison Kehr.
“I was very pleased with the girls,” Brownsburg coach Josh Saylor said. “They’ve worked hard all year. I felt like the missing ingredients this year that we didn’t have last year was really good team chemistry. They did a really great job of coming together as a team. I felt like that made a huge difference for them this year. They had the confidence to go out there because they knew that all of the other girls on the team wanted them to be successful.”
Fulwider also took second in the 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke, while Watson claimed second in the 100 backstroke. The team of Ketchem, Watson, Fulwider, and Chloe Wittig took second in the 400 free relay.