Seo takes the 200 individual medley title and record in 1 minute 48.38 seconds. Thai takes second in the event in 1:51.07. Seo also takes the record and title in the 100 breaststroke (55.81) before doing the same with teammates Thai, De Jong and Wojciechowski in the 200 medley relay (1:33.79).
"I just want more and more [records]," Seo said.
Thai, Wojciechowski, Josh Chi and Seo also come in second place in the 400 freestyle relay (3:06.59).
After an impressive league season, both the boys' and girls' track and field teams miss the cut for the CIF Division I finals at the CIF prelims.
• May 17 — Seo caps his record-breaking sophomore campaign with three more titles at the CIF Masters Meet.
Seo takes the 200 individual medley title in 1 minute 50.35 seconds and is part of the 200-medley relay (Thai, De Jong and Wojciechowski) and 400-freestyle relay teams (Thai, Chi and Wojciechowski) that win their races in 1:35.58 and 3:10.51, respectively. Seo also comes in second in the 100 backstroke (56.93).
"We broke seven league records and we had several school records," Sakonju said. "We did a lot this season. This was one of the best swimming seasons."
Thai finishes second in the 200-individual medley (1:52.82) and third in the 100 backstroke (53.10 seconds). Wojciechowski comes in second in the 200 freestyle (1:40.45) and Chi is 13th in the 100 freestyle (48.38). Crescenta Valley's 200-freestyle relay team of Chi, De Jong, Blakey and Ksendov win its heat, placing fifth overall, in 1:28.09.
• May 19 — After taking a two-run lead in the top of the fifth inning against Oak Park in the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs' first round, the softball team falls behind and a comeback attempt is quelled in a 6-5 loss.
"We fought all day and came from behind," said Crescenta Valley Coach Dan Berry, whose team finished the season at 21-4. "We had a heck of a year, but it wasn't meant to be [Thursday]."
Two-time All-Area Softball Player of the Year Erin Ashby has two hits in her final game as a Falcon.
Run-scoring singles by Cole Currie and Elliott Surrey give the baseball team hope, but the last-inning rally falls short in a 6-3 loss to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. The Falcons end their season with an impressive 23-5 record after going 12-2 in the Pacific League.