Since 1991, only Christian Brothers Academy has topped the standings at the Shore Conference Swimming Championship.
On February 2, CBA needed two huge relay wins to propel its streak to 33 straight conference titles.
The meet opened with a 200 medley relay win, where Santiago Massone, Max Maycher, Alex Ruckel-Bekefi and Jaxon Sevilla swam in 1:38.36.
The Colts needed to wait until the very last event of the meet for their next victory. Nick Volkov, Matt Caraos, Massone and Ruckel-Bekefi won the 400 freestyle relay in 3:17.90, winning by just a half second over Holmdel.
In between the two relay wins, CBA added six more top three finishes to keep the team in contention.
Maycher was third in the 200 individual medley and second in the 100 freestyle. Ruckel-Bekefi took third in the 100 fly, Volkov was third in the 200 freestyle, Massone notched third in the 100 backstroke.
Maycher, Sevilla, Josh Hariegel, and Alexander Madpak were also third in the freestyle relay.
"The Shore Conference is getting faster across the board with each passing year, and we know that. We know this is not an easy win, and it will never be something we take for granted,” head coach Alex Fitton said to NJ.com after the meet.
The Shore win came just a few weeks after CBA picked up its 33rd Monmouth County Championship. Both the conference and county title streaks date back to when the program was founded in 1991.
CBA will next swim in the Non-Public A South Sectionals on February 9.