Coronado High School won first place in the boys City Conference 200 freestyle relay. Shown here are (L to R) Samuel Quarles, Gage Everitt, David Abdul Samad, and Jake Finch. Photo courtesy of Crystal Bettenhausen-Bubulka.

The swim teams at Coronado High School finished in the top tiers at the City Conference Championships in late April, with the boys finishing third and the girls coming in fourth, thanks to a pair of brother-sister swimmers.

The boys team scored 206 points among the 17 schools that competed, while the girls team accumulated 183 points among 17 schools. La Jolla High School won the boys championship, while Cathedral Catholic won the girls title.

The Islanders qualified 18 individuals for the CIF Sectional Championships, which begins May 3 with finals on May 6, according to Coach Paul Folts.

The Coronado High School girls swim team competed in the City Conference meet in late April. Shown here are top row (L-R) Chloe Quarles, Caraline Wastila, Alexa Galbo, Meghan Grossman, Kate Hutcherson, Meghan Ledgerwood, Jamison Everitt, Ally Fabrey and Harper Gilbert. Bottom Row (L-R): Grace Miller, Kelsey Bonifer, Alexis Hammond, Sofia Kelly, Olivia Parr, Tayah Bubulka, and Allie Raltson. Photo courtesy of Coach Paul Folts.

Senior Samuel Quarles was the top scorer with 40 points for boys, winning the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle as well as the 200-yard freestyle relay. He also took second in the 200-yard medley relay.

His younger sister, Chloe, was the top scorer for the girls with 31.5 points. The sophomore finished third in the 100-yard fly, third in the 200-yard individual medley, third in the 400-yard free relay and fifth in the 200-yard medley relay.

Members of the Coronado High School boys swim team competed in the City Conference meet in late April Back row from left: Sean Wilbur, Boone Barnum, Jake Finch, David Abdul-Samad, Sam Quarles, Gage Everitt and Ryan Mondzeleski. Front row from right: Jake Walker, Andre Poole, Quint Richardson Jack Elardo, Spencer Williams, Connor Bear, Luca Morocco and Luke Rivera. Photo courtesy of Kirby Barnum.

The second highest scorer for the boys was freshman Gage Everitt, who notched 34 points by winning the 200-yard freestyle relay, and by finishing second in the 500-yard freestyle, second in the 100-yard butterfly and second in the 200-yard medley relay.

For the girls, his older sister, Jamison, was the second highest scorer with 28 points. The junior finished third in the 400-yard freestyle relay, fifth in the 100-yard fly, fifth in the 200-yard freestyle and fifth in the 200-yard medley relay.

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