Immediately taking control by sweeping the first four events, the Cedarburg girls swimming and diving team won its own invitational Oct. 8.

The Bulldogs tallied 554 points to easily top North Shore Conference rival Whitefish Bay (403 points) in the 13-team meet.

Cedarburg opened the meet by capturing the 200-yard medley relay with Lillie Hosack, Erika Remington, Skylar Fore and Maya Novack finishing in 1 minute, 49.04 seconds.

Some of those relay team members then added individual firsts. Fore claimed the 200 freestyle with 1:57.31, Hosack the 200 individual medley at 2:08.03 and Novack the 50 freestyle with 24.98 seconds.

The Bulldogs went on to snare four more first places, including the final three events of the day.

Winners were Fore in the 100 freestyle at 52.88, Hosack in the 100 backstroke with 57.97, Remington in the 100 breaststroke at 1:10.08 and the 400 freestyle relay unit of Hosack, Remington, Novack and Fore at 3:39.29.

Coming in second were Remington in the 50 freestyle (25.15), Novack in the 100 freestyle (55.21) and Cassie Koester in the 500 freestyle (5:27.93). Koester was also third in the 100 backstroke (1:03.24).

Cedarburg added fourth places in the diving with Adriana Avila (413.6 points); the 200 IM with Cori Etzelmueller (2;25.81); the 100 butterfly with Lucia Estrada (1:03.66); the 100 backstroke with Emma Lee Dosland (1:04.3), giving Cedarburg three of the top four spots; the 100 breaststroke with Marinah Phelps (1:13.75); and the 400 freestyle with Estrada, Etzelmueller, Katie Fix and Koester (3:58.01).

Placing fifth were Phelps in the 200 IM (2:25.85), giving the Bulldogs three of the top five spots; Emily Smith in the 500 freestyle (5:43.95); and the 200 freestyle relay of Estrada, Fix, Kendra Pinegar and Etzelmueller (1:48.29).

The 200 medley team of Koester, Phelps, Maddie Douglass and Pinegar placed sixth (2:01.25), and Fix was seventh in the 200 freestyle (2:09.05).

Taking eighths were Smith in the 200 freestyle (2:09.18) and Douglass in the 100 butterfly (1:06.41).

Cedarburg also won a North Shore Conference dual meet over Germantown, 122-59, on Oct. 4.

Winners were Remington in the 200 freestyle (2:03.49); Fore in the 200 IM (2:17.39); Avila in the diving; Hosack in the 100 butterfly (59.26) and 100 breaststroke (1:08.4); Etzelmueller in the 500 freestyle (5:46.6); the 200 medley team of Dosland, Hosack, Estrada and Novack (1:56.67); the 200 freestyle corps of Fore, Remington, Novack and Hosack (1:39.5); and the 400 freestyle group of Fore, Koester, Etzelmueller and Remington (3:52.61).

The Bulldogs improved to 4-0 in North Shore dual meets.