The Rio Hondo League record book got a makeover after a swarm of Spartans set new league-best times at the Rio Hondo League finals.
The La Cañada High girls' swim team set five league records, while the boys' team set a record in the 100-yard backstroke as well, thanks to Bo Mattix's record-breaking time of 52.05 seconds at the event Friday at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center.
Katy Campbell was dominant throughout the day, swimming away with two individual league records and titles in the girls' 200 and 500 freestyle events. She obliterated the 500 record — which she set last year in 4:57.78 — with a time of 4:53.10 after taking the 200 title and record in 1:50.99.
"I really wanted to get up and race and see what I had in me before CIF," said Campbell, admitting she has nerves about competing in CIF Division I this year. "Division I is definitely going to be challenge. I do have some confidence [after today], but I am going in a little uneasy."