Bristol Easternâ€™s Brianna Ogonowski is the only swimmer from the cityâ€™s three schools to have qualified for the State Open meet at Yale on Saturday.
She did do while setting a school record in the 100 breaststroke during the Class L state championships on Wednesday night at Wesleyan University, with a time of 1:07.93.
While officially placing 17th in Class L because she had qualified for the â€śCâ€ť heat and could place no higher, her time was actually the fourth best at the class meet - and she would have placed third overall had she been in the â€śAâ€ť heat.
With her time at the Class L meet, Ogonowski enters the State Open seeded 12th in the event.
Competition is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. at Yale Universityâ€™s Kiphuth Exhibition Pool in New Haven.
Lancers diver Zoe DiChello already competed in the State Open diving competition on Thursday night at Middletown High School, placing 22nd with a score of 354.95.
The Lancers placed 11th overall in the Class L meet, with Ogonowski also competing in the 200 IM, in which she placed 24th with a time of 2:24.26.
Also competing for Bristol Eastern were its three top relay teams.
The 400 freestyle relay (Hope Johnsky, Ogonowski, Kay-lin Koh and Julia Michaud) placed 13th in 4:04.68, the 200 medley relay (Chelsea DeMarest, Ogonowski, Michaud and Johnsky) placed 14th in 2:05.58 and the 200 freestyle relay (Johnsky, DeMarest, Noelle Bruce and Koh) placed 17th in 1:56.36.