Victories in three events helped give the Cedarburg boys swimming and diving team second place in the North Shore Conference Relays on Dec. 20.
The first-place teams for the Bulldogs were Will Hobbs, Cody Asplin, Nick Britt and Cole Felmer in the 100-yard freestyle with 47.48 seconds; Kevin Glomski, Asplin, Dylan Muhonen and Owen Carr in the 800 freestyle with 8 minutes, 17.53 seconds; and Josh Bote, Ben Keller, Alex Hayes and Glomski in the 300 backstroke at 3:06.63.
The Cedarburg 100 medley team also touched first but was disqualified on an early relay exchange, and that ultimately cost the Bulldogs the team championship.
They finished second with 74 points, trailing Homestead with 78 points in the seven-team field. Whitefish Bay came in third with 53 points and Grafton fourth with 47. Port Washington placed sixth with 39 points.
Grafton also won three events: the 400 medley with 3:50.26, the 500 freestyle with 4:21.8 and the 300 butterfly with 2:42.62. Team names were not available.
Port won the diving with 338.15 points for its lone victory. Names were again not available.
Cedarburg notched second places in the 200 freestyle (1:41.19), the 400 medley (3:59.17), the 400 individual medley (4:10.53), the 300 breaststroke (3:20.01), the 500 freestyle (4:43.86) and the 400 freestyle (3:42.45).
Grafton came in second in diving (288.8 points), and Port was the runner-up in the 100 freestyle (47.6).
Taking third for Cedarburg were the diving squad (257 points) and the 200 medley relay (1:56.47).
Coming in fourth were Cedarburg's 300 butterfly (2:56.09); Grafton's 400 IM (4:43.61) and 300 backstroke (3:32.75); and Port's 100 medley (1:01.71).
Port posted fifth places in the 200 freestyle (1:52.01), the 400 medley (4:15.62), the 400 IM (4:46.18), the 300 breaststroke (3:57.87), the 300 butterfly (3:01.77) and the 200 medley (2:13.42).