Dublin Scioto High School's Kate McNeilis capped a stellar junior season by winning the 100-yard backstroke at the Division I state swimming and diving meet, which concluded Saturday.

McNeilis secured her first state title in a state-record time of 54.3 seconds. She also turned in a strong effort in the 50 freestyle, as she finished a second (23.5) to Watterson's Gracie Finnegan (23.33).

Scioto's 200 medley relay team was 22nd in the prelims (1:53.46).

The girls took 15th with 37 points, finishing behind first-place Upper Arlington (349).

The Scioto boys were 16th with 28 points, finishing behind first-place Cincinnati St. Xavier (322).

Junior Jacob Schuster was fourth in the 100 back (:51.41) and sixth in the 100 butterfly (:50.98).

The Irish's 400 free relay was 17th (3:17.37) in the prelims and the.200 medley team was 22nd (1:41.71).

The Coffman girls finished 25th with 22 points as the 200 free relay took 10th (1:39.08) and the 200 medley relay was 13th (1:51.05).

The Jerome boys finished 27th with 14 points. Mack Redinger was fifth in the 50 free (:21.55) and 17th in the 100 free prelims (:47.45). Joe Staursky was 18th in the 50 free prelims (:21.79). The 200 free relay was 18th in the prelims (1:29.95).

The Celtics girls took 13th with 49 points as senior Julianne McNamee was third in the 50 free (:23.51) and fourth in the 100 free (:51.84).

The 200 free relay took ninth (1:38.35) and 200 medley relay was 18th in the prelims (1:51.64). Hattie Lamping was eighth in diving with 374.55 points.