Shawnee swimmers had success in the preliminary round of the regional meet Friday in Edmond. They will be back in action with spots in the state meet on the line Saturday.

The biggest highlight from Friday's races was Leticia Cervantes breaking the Shawnee High School girls 200 individual medley record. She recorded a time of 2:20.30, beating the previous record that was set in 2003 by Kirby Venzin, who swam a 2:21.70.

Cervantes placed second in that heat, just 0.27 seconds behind Bria Boreham of Norman North.

Cervantes also won her prelim in the 100-yard butterfly.

Other top placers from Shawnee in the early results included:

• Jordan Sateren - 7th in the 200-yard freestyle;

• Brodie Morris - 4th in the 200-yard freestyle and 3rd in the 500-yard freestyle;

• Isabel Webb - 3rd in the 50-yard freestyle and 5th in the 100-yard backstroke;

• Trent Ogden - 8th in the 50-yard freestyle and 7th in the 100-yard backstroke; and

• Kiergan Gibson - 6th in the 100-yard breaststroke.