Ava Zheng competes in the 100 free Tuesday night, which she won. (photo/Kirsten Pentzien)

Three meets.

Four more school records.

Sophomore Angela Coe, competing in only her third high school meet, set several more CHS records Tuesday – 200 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 50 freestyle – in a girls swimming tri-meet to remain unbeaten this season in any event.

CHS captured six of the eight events to easily win the meet with 84 points, followed by Danville (56) and Mahomet (42).

Coe also lowered the mark in the 100 butterfly for the third week in a row, and she set three Danville HS pool records in the 50 free, 100 fly and 100 back.

Coe had previously set marks in the 500 free, 200 I.M., and 100 breaststroke. She now owns school records in seven of the eight individual events.

On Tuesday, she dominated in each event she entered.

Coe won the 200 free by more than 15 seconds in clocking 1 minute, 57.26 seconds.

She won the 50 free in 24.43 seconds for a nearly 4-second margin.

Coe lowered her 100 fly record by .37 seconds to win that event by more than 15 seconds in 56.34.

And she captured the 100 backstroke by more than 11 seconds in 58.02.

Abby Woodall and Ava Zheng added wins for the Trojans in the 100 breaststroke and 100 freestyle, respectively. Zheng clocked 1:00.32 to win by 8 seconds in the free and Woodall edged a Danville swimmer by .07 seconds to take the breaststroke.

Molly Weber, Katrina Hoferer and Abby Woodall each had second-place finishes. 

Sophomore Taylor Ratliff recorded two personal bests and freshmen Eva Zheng and Alexis Gray each had one.