Local swim teams are gearing up for a big battle at the All-City Swim Meet happening in less than two weeks at the Middleton pool.
Some of the favorites to win this year's event got victories in meets around the area last week.
Middleton remained undefeated with a 542-491 victory over High Point on Wednesday. High Point goes to 1-4 on the year following the loss.
Ridgewood rounded into shape by beating West Side and Maple Bluff at a tri-meet at West Side on Saturday. Beata Nelson again led the way, by setting a pool record in the 13-14 girls 50 Butterfly. Ridgewood goes to 7-1 on the year, with their only loss being a one point defeat to Middleton at the Middleton pool last week.
Shorewood Hills went to 4-1 with a 654-345 win against Hawks Landing. Shorewood goes to Ridgewood next week in a big battle before All-City.
Parkcrest also had a strong victory, winning 665-357 against Hill Farm.