CHS’s Molly Weber took second in the 100 free, trailing by less than 1 second.

Charleston recorded nine personal best times to capture the unofficial Apollo Conference swim championship Saturday, beating runner-up Mahomet by 13 points.

The conference includes three swim teams, one shy of the minimum requirement for awarding titles and honors. Lincoln, which finished third, is the other conference program.

Abby Geisler, Abby Woodall and Savannah Warner all had best times in CHS’s victorious 200-yard medley relay in 2 minutes, 7.47 seconds to lead off the meet. Katrina Hoferer swam the first leg of the relay.

The Trojans also took the top two spots in the 100 breaststroke as Geisler had a personal best to win in 1 minute, 18.98 seconds while Gretchen Klepzig moved up from fourth to second in the last lap to finish in 1:26.68.

Delaney Goddard, meanwhile, won both the 200 and 500 free events.

Woodall was just out-touched at the wall in the 50 free as her time of 27.76 seconds eclipsed a second off her previous best time. Molly Weber took third in 29.83. Woodall knocked three seconds off her time in the 100 fly, taking second in 1:08.93.

And Savannah Warner dropped 2.5 seconds off her PR in 100 free in 1:05.34. Weber took second in 1:03.96, just .66 seconds behind the winning time.

Hoferer and Warner took second and third in the 100 backstroke in 1:11 and 1:14.79, respectively. Warner bested her PR by three seconds.