Fishers got off to a great start at the boys swimming sectional finals Saturday with the 200 Medley Relay of seniors Kyle Haflich and Joel Crull and juniors Trevor Adcock and Cory Jacocks winning the first event in a new school record time.

The Tigers used the momentum en route to a final team score of 533 and a first place finish. Hamilton Southeastern finished second with 506 points, and Yorktown came in third with 246.

In the 200 free, Fishers junior Drake Stallworth, senior Sam Kuhn senior and Nick Harris finished first, second ad third, respectively. In the 200 IM, the Tigers earned another sweep with Haflich, sophomore Aaron Frollo and Jacocks. Haflich also set a new school record in the event.

The 100 butterfly was won by Stallworth, who bested his own school record. Frollo won the 500 freestyle, with Harris and Kuhn giving the Tigers another 1-2-3 finish.

While the 200 free relay of Stallworth, Crull, Adcock and Jacocks came in second, they did set a school record.

Haflich picked up a first-place finish in the 100 back, and senior Noah Baldwin finished second in the 100 breast with a new school record.

The Tigers finished in style with a win in the 400 free relay by Harris, Stallworth, Frollo and Haflich.

On the diving boards, Cole VanDevender finished first and set a school and pool record.

Swimmers heading to the 2018 IHSAA Boys State Meet next weekend are Trevor Adcock, Noah Baldwin, Crull, Frollo, Haflich, Harris, Jacocks, Kuhn and Stallworth.

For Hamilton Southeastern, the opening 200 medley relay of Blake Ratliff, Andrew Truxall, Connor Harrison and Andrew Christopher earned the state cut but just missed the win.

The 200 free relay of DJ Rogers, Marcus Eden, Christopher, and Harrison won in 1:26.21, and the 400 free relay team of Eden, Rogers, freshman Keegan Streett and Ratliff took second well under the state cut in 3:11.34.

Rogers dominated his two individual swims, winning the 50 free in a new school record 21.01 and the 100 free in 46.94.

Streett broke two team freshman records, with his time of 1:43.60 in the 200 free, and his time in the 500 freestyle (4:44.60). While Streett just missed the state cut, both swims have a shot at getting called back to next week's state meet.

Blake Ratliff was fourth in the IM (1:55.23), but missed the state cut. He finished second in the 100 back (52.54).

Senior Garrett Garwood and junior Nathan Barr earned qualifying spots at Tuesday's IHSAA Regional, taking third and fourth in diving.

Rogers took first in the 50 freestyle, Andrew Christopher took second and Eden took fourth. The same three swimmers swept the 100 free, with Rogers, Christopher and Eden taking first, second and third, respectively.

The Royals received solid performances in the 100 fly, too, with Connor Harrison (51.52) taking second, Ethan Christopher (52.14) taking third and Ethan Forbes (53.89) taking fifth.

HSE hosts the diving Regional on Tuesday.