LEWISBURG -- The York Suburban girls have earned a runners-up trophy at the PIAA-AA Swimming Championships at Bucknell University.
Villa Maria won PIAA gold, setting a new points record for a championship team.
Villa Maria also established a new state record in the 400 free relay with a time of 3:28.90; followed by York Suburban's finish of 3:33.84.
Mifflinburg junior Adrianna Grabski also broke a second record at the PIAA swimming championship.
Grabski established a PIAA record in the 200 freestyle on Wednesday night, and followed with a record swim in the 100 freestyle on Thursday at Kinney Natatorium at Bucknell University. In both instances, she broke marks that stood for 15 years set by Bloomsburg High School's Stef Williams.
York Suburban's Erin Merkle came in second in the 500 free with a mark of 4:57.88, behind gold medal-winner Mia Nonnenberg of Scranton Prep, who finished at 4:48.18.
Delone Catholic's Victoria Griffin captured a PIAA silver medal, as well; with a 4:48.18 showing in the 100 free.
Also in Class AA, Mars senior Margaret Gruber claimed her second gold medal of the meet with her second PIAA title in the 100 backstroke in 54.15 seconds. That gave Gruber six career golds, making her the 14th female swimmer to win at least six golds - not counting relays - in meet history.
Gruber was named the top Class AA female swimmer.
The meet ends Saturday.
Some information used in this story is from The Associated Press.