Seabreeze swept Atlantic and Matanzas in a swimming tri-meet at the Ormond Beach YMCA on Sept. 13.
Three days later, the Sandcrabs broke six school records at Spruce Creek's Record Breaker Invitational at the Port Orange YMCA.
Seabreeze won every event at the tri-meet. The Sandcrabs defeated Matanzas 119-51 in the boys events and 120-49 in the girls races. The Matanzas boys defeated Atlantic 117-46, while the Pirates' girls edged Atlantic 88-79.
Seabreeze coach Sam Fabulich expects the Sandcrabs to perform well at state in their relay events. The problem, she said, is selecting which relays to compete in during the postseason.
"I feel our relays are going to do very well, both the boys and girls," Fabulich said. "They're able to do everything, which is nice, but we have to pick two relays between the 200 medley, the 200 freestyle or the 400 freestyle."
Martin Montalvo, Tyler Smith, Kai McMeeking and Cole Conland broke a school record in the 400-yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:22.9 at the Record Breaker meet.
Other Sandcrabs to break school records at the meet were Conlan in the 200 free (1:48.97) and the 100 butterfly (51.71 seconds), Montalvo in the 200 individual medley (2:00.63) and the 100 backstroke (53.59 seconds) and Kenzie O'Keefe in the girls 500 freestyle (5:22.10).