Century is the defending boys state champion in swimming and diving, but it was Minot who won the West Region this year.
They were both competing for the 2015 state title today.
Century started out strong in the state meet. In the 200 medley relay, Quentin Hogue, Kyler Alme, Sam Artz and Travis Vatnsdal just beat West Fargo with a time of 1:39.47.
In the 200 IM, state record holder Loren Sether of Century was once again the favorite to win. Sether set a new state record yesterday in the prelims, breaking his own record from last year. He wins again with a time of 1:53.81. Gerald Brown of Minot came in second.
In the 50 free, it was a battle of the west for the top three spots. Justin Kovich from Minot, Logan Stucki from Century, and James Gordon from Williston were the top seeds. Minot's Kovich would get the win there.
The top diver from the west was Cole Armagost for the Magi. He finished third.
1. Century, 401
2. Minot, 333
3. Fargo North, 230
4. West Fargo, 219
5. Fargo South, 216
200 Medley Relay: Century (Quentin Hogue, Kyler Alme, Sam Artz and Travis Vatnsdal)
200 Free: Connor J Bjellum, Fargo South
200 IM: Loren Sether, Century
50 Free: Justin Kovich, Minot
Diving: Brady Coughlin, Fargo North
100 Butterfly: Connor J Bjellum, Fargo South
100 Free: Justin Kovich, Minot
500 Free: Loren Sether, Century
200 Free Relay: Century (Logan Stucki, Quentin Hogue, Taylor Hedge, Loren Sether)
100 Backstroke: Palmer Obembe, Fargo North
100 Breaststroke: Kyler Alme, Century
400 Free Relay: Century (Logan Stucki, Sam Artz, Taylor Hedge, Loren Sether)