The Avon boys also overwhelmed the Bulldogs as they set a school record in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:39.02.
A pair of sophomores led the Orioles. Parks Jones — won both the 100 and 200 free — was a part of two winning relay teams (200 and 400 free) along with Grant Lewis, who won both 200 IM and the 100 fly, and was also a part of two winning relay teams (200 medley and 400 free).
Avon junior Zack Czerwonky won the 50 free and was a part of two winning relay teams (200 and 400 free).
Orioles junior Greg Sprout and senior Matt Stowe were both a part of two winning relay teams; Sprout with the relay teams for the 200 medley and 400 free and Stowe with the 200 medley and 200 free teams.
Avon swimmers also winning included freshman DaeQuan Quinn (1-meter diving, score of 195.05), freshman Westin Fink (500 free) and junior Christian Lorenz (100 breast).
“We are performing really well, better than we ever have at this time of year. Which is nice,” Karr said. “We have solid group of kids that have worked very hard all summer and fall. They believe in each other and the team, because of that we are swimming very well.”
Brownsburg’s lone victory on the night came from freshman Joe Myhre (100 backstroke).
Despite only one win on the evening, Saylor is confident in his team.
“We took a step forward in maturity, team spirit and togetherness. Last week we got a big win (against Zionsville), but we didn’t get back to that level against Avon,” he said. “We are very young, but that validates last week’s win for us and we are poised to do some big things.”