200MR - Greenwich (Tommy Lewis, Aedan Lewis, Patrick Clisham, Conrad Moss), 1:38.55; 200FR - Charlie Adl (NC), 1:46.65; 200IM - Luke Stewart (NC), 1:59.51; 50FR - Edward Rudman (NC), 22.00; Diving - Justin Sodokoff (G), 328.05; 100Fly - Luke Steward (NC), 53.31; 100FR - Charlie Adl (NC), 48.32; 500FR - Jake Ritz (NC), 4:58.32; 200FRR - New Canaan (Edward Rudman, Peter Sloan, Bhaskar Abhiraman, Charlie Adl), 1:30.13; 100BK - Edward Rudman (NC), 56.19; 100BR - Ryan Lynch (G), 1:01.96; 400FRR New Canaan (Luke Stewart, Bhaskar Abhiraman, Patrick Colwell, Charlie Adl), 3:18.82
The states winningest coach saw his Cardinals lose their second meet of the season to a talented New Canaan team. Coming into the meet both teams were undefeated in the FCIAC, New Canaan undefeated on the season with Greenwich still stinging from it's loss to Prep a week prior. New Canaan's frontline talent smothered the Cardinals winning nine events including the final relay. Charlie Adl just simply went off winning two individual events and being part of two winning relays. He won both freestyles (200 and 100) with times of 1:46.65 and 48.32. Luke Stewart also won two individual events the first was his sub two minute 200 IM, 1:59.51 and then he cruised to victory in the 100 Fly posting a 53.31. The Rams were up by six going into the final relay which meant Greenwich would need to capture first and second to win or first and third to tie but New Canaans final relay was just too strong. The Rams won 97-89.