Urbanna's Sara Reed set a team record in the 9-10 girls 25 butterfly (17.52), anchored a record-setting relay and won three events to help the Otters edge visiting Ben Lomond, 2,246 to 2,189, on Friday in Prince William Swim League action.

Urbanna's Nick Reed also gave his team a boost, grabbing wins in the 8-and-under boys 25 freestyle, 25 breaststroke and 25 fly. Sara Reed won the 100 individual medley and 50 breast.

The relay team of Josh Reed, Casey Rafter, Drew Chartrand and Evan Chartrand set records in the 11-12 boys 100 medley (1:06.05) and 100 free (59.74).

David Horak led the way for Ben Lomond with records in the 15-18 boys 100 IM (1:03.02) and 50 back (28.47). Teammate Sean Cutsforth captured victories in the 9-10 boys 50 free, 100 IM and 50 back.

n Ridgewood 2,643, Lake Ridge 2,565: In a neighborhood battle that came down to the final relays, host Lake Ridge fell to visiting Ridgewood.

Ridgewood's Elizabeth Penning, whose breaststroke catapulted the 13-14 Barracudas to a come-from-behind victory in the 200 medley relay, also anchored the winning girls 200 free relay that sealed the victory.

Penning also tallied first-place finishes in the 50 free and the 50 breast.

Ridgewood triple winners were: Tommy Quimby, 15-18 boys 50 free, 50 fly and 100 IM; and Amanda Van Horn, 15-18 girls 50 back, 50 fly and 100 IM.

Lake Ridge relay records were: Lauren Dill, Taylor Schomp, Allison James, Alyssa Haudenschild and girls 8-and-under 100 free relay (1:20.31).

Triple winners for Lake Ridge were: Thomas Hale-Kupiec, 9-10 boys 50 free, 100 IM and 50 breast; Evan Chicoine, 13-14 boys 50 free, 100 IM and 50 fly; Alyssa Haudenschild, 8-and-under girls 25 free, 25 breast and 25 fly; Kristin Haudenschild, 9-10 girls 100 IM, 50 back and 25 fly; and Kristin Schomp, 11-12 girls 50 free, 100 IM, 50 back.

* Westridge 3,133, Veterans Park, 1,693: Westridge's Andrew Mac-Gregor, Andrew Hicks and Richard Packard combined for four team records as the Waves handed visiting Veteran Park its first loss.

Setting records for Westridge were: Andrew MacGregor, 9-10 boys 50 free (32.74) and 100 IM(1:26.39); Andrew Hicks, 13-14 boys 50 back (31.91); and Richard Packard, 15-18 boys 50 breast (35.15).

Westridge triple winners were: Andrew MacGregor (9-10 boys), Arlen Connolly (11-12 boys), Andrew Hicks (13-14 boys), Jeanne Ralph (8-and-under girls), Caroline Ralph (9-10 girls), Allison Packard (11-12 girls), Lauren Petty (13-14 girls) and Jennifer Hicks (15-18 girls).

Michael McClain, Michael Hodge, Rachel Kersey and Cassandra Saylor led the way for Veterans Park.

* Dale City 2,535, Montclair, 2,224: For the second week in a row, Joey Kapurch led the way for Dale City -- this time with two team records -- as the visiting Frogs downed the Montclair Seahawks for their second win.

Kapurch set records in the 11-12 boys 50 free (29.41) and 50 back (33.68). He also won the 50 breast.

Triple winners for Dale City were: Jacob Baldwin, 9-10 boys 100 IM, 50 back and 25 fly; Troy Satgast, 13-14 boys 50 free, 50 back and 50 fly; Gerardo Granados, 15-18 boys 50 free, 100 IM and 50 breast; Kelsey Vest, 9-10 girls 100 IM, 50 breast and 25 fly; Carly Cooper, 11-12 girls 50 free, 100 IM and 50 back; and Kaitlyn Hoehn, 13-14 girls 50 free, 100 IM and 50 back.

Kyle Carpenter, Jamie Way and Danielle Markiewicz won three events each for Montclair.

* Sudley 3,215, Stonewall 1,957: Even though Sarah Ameen and Robert Norris combined for four team records and Norris swam on two team record-setting relays, Stonewall couldn't stop visiting Sudley.

Sudley dominated the relays, winning 16 out of 19 for its second victory.

Four Sudley swimmers won three events. They were Bobby Lytle, 11-12 boys 100 IM, 50 free and 50 fly; Aaron Kendle, 13-14 boys 50 breast, 50 back and 50 fly; Laura Belch, 11-12 girls 100 IM, 50 back and 50 fly; and Erin Neill, 13-14 girls 100 IM, 50 breast and 50 fly.

Setting records for Stonewall were: Norris, 9-10 boys 50 back (42.52) and 25 fly (17.53); Ameen, 9-10 girls 50 back (42.67) and 25 fly (17.99).

Stonewall relay records were: Norris, Dave Garten, Aaron Bailey, Vinson Wang, 9-10 boys 100 medley (1:21.12), and 100 free (1:10.54).

* FAST 2,231, Wellington 2,205: The Fauquier Area Swim Team (FAST) saw two team records fall as the host Hurricanes narrowly swam past the Wellington Dolphins.

FAST records included: Keith Wheatley, 9-10 boys 25-yards fly (16.24); William Norman, 13-14 boys 50 back (34.59).

FAST triple winners were: Thomas Rossmeissl, 11-12 boys 50 free, 50 back and 50 breast; Nicholas Kinney, 13-14 boys 50 free, 50 breast and 50 fly; Miranda Neuberger, 9-10 girls 50 free, 50 back and 50 breast; and Michelle Sawyer, 11-12 girls 50 back, 50 breast and 100 IM.

Wellington's Alex Foskett set a record in the 9-10 boys 25 fly (18.14).

Wellington triple winners were Evan Compston, 8-and-under boys 25 free, 25 breast and 25 fly; and Erin Burlovich, 15-18 girls 50 free, 50 back, 100 IM.

* Old Bridge 3,269, Meadowbrook Woods 823: Matthew Verducci set a new Old Bridge record and won three individual events to lead the host Breakers over the upstart Meadow-brook Woods Macos.

Old Bridge records were set by Matthew Verducci, 8-and-under boys 25 breast (27.77) and Daniel Zurowski, 15-18 boys 50 back (28.77).

Old Bridge triple winners included: Matthew Verducci, 25 free, 25 breast and 25 fly; Nick Baker, 9-10 boys 50 free, 50 breast and 25 fly; Matthew Beaugh, 13-14 boys 50 free, 50 breast and 100 IM; Daniel Zurowski, 50 free, 50 fly and 50 back; and Sarah Schwoppe, 11-12 girls 50 breast, 50 fly and 100 IM.

Meadowbrook Woods's Kelly Goggins captured first place in the 13-14 girls 50 back, 50 breast and 100 IM.

Prince William Swim League

Results

Urbanna 2,246

Ben Lomond 2,189

Ridgewood 2,643

Lake Ridge 2,565

Dale City 2,535

Montclair 2,224

Sudley 3,215

Stonewall 1,957

FAST 2,231

Wellington 2,205

Old Bridge 3,269

Meadowbrook Woods 823

CAPTION: Veterans Park's Michael Hodge finishes in first place in the boys 15-18 100 individual medley. Veterans Park was dealt its first loss of the season as Westridge came out on top, 3,133 to 1,693, in Prince William Swim League action Friday night.