The boys NCS swimming title was a real Lamorinda affair as the three local high schools finished first, second and third.
Campolindo entered the meet as the favorite, and they stood up to the challenge, winning their fifth straight NCS swimming title. The Cougars earned 239.5 points through the 24 events.
Miramonte finished in second place with 199 points, while Acalanes claimed 155 points, good for third.
The Campolindo girls tried to make it a sweep for the Cougars, but they fell just short, finishing in second place behind San Ramon Valley, 222-203.
The Miramonte girls finished in 11th place with 81 points. The Acalanes girls finished in 20th with 31 points.