RANDOLPH, NJ- The winter swim season is not over for six Randolph high school swimmers, who will move on to compete in the Meet of Champions - NJSIAA Individual Swimming Championships this weekend Feb 29-March 1 in Sewell NJ.

The boys swim team had a highly successful 2019-20 season, compiling an undefeated record of 9-0 before falling in the second round of the state playoffs. Now, they will have a strong showing competing in multiple events at the MOC this weekend to complete their season.

The boys will be competing in 3 relays and 6 individual events. They are seeded 3rd in the 200 Free relay and 4th in the 400 Free Relay. This is the boys highest seeding in the program history, as well, this is the most individual events represented by the team in program history.

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This meet consists of the fastest HS swim teams in NJ that made the cut off times in each event. The top 16 teams will go onto swimming Finals on Sunday.

Representing the Rams are:

Danny Dubij (50 free and 100 breast) Andrew Matjucha (200 and 500 free) Kieran Lucus (100 back) Aiden St Peter (100 free) Eric Clemson and Jonathan Saltos 200 Medley Relay