Led by another strong effort from junior Ellie Keck, the Palmyra girls swim team claimed fourth place in the team standings after the second and final day of the Mid-Penn Conference Swimming Championships on Saturday at Cumberland Valley.
Keck, who grabbed the silver medal in the 100 butterfly on Friday, added a third-place finish in the breast stroke on Saturday, while also swimming the anchor leg on the third-place 400 freestyle relay team.
Keck posted a time of 1:07.41 in her medal-winning breast stroke performance, and teamed with Maddie Wolfe, Samantha St. Clair and Shealyn Trostle to clock a 3:38.74 while making the podium in the 400 free relay.
St. Claire also nabbed an individual medal on Saturday, placing fourth in the 500 freestyle in 5:17.97.
Hershey ran away with the team title, piling up 517 points, and was followed by runner-up Cumberland Valley (337) State College (218) and Palmyra (192).
On the boys' side, the Cougars claimed a fifth place medal in the 400 freestyle relay courtesy of Stephen Lyons, Ryan James, Joe Bushta and Nick Mosby, who touched the wall in 3:20.85 to help Palmyra finish eighth in the team standings with 120 points.
State College won the boys team title with 489 points, and Hershey was the runner-up with 300.