Swimmers of the Cape Coast Conference will gather for the annual championship meet on Friday at Cocoa Beach Country Club.
Titusville won both the boys and girls titles last season, and several key competitors are back for the 2015 version. The girls team won by its largest margin of 125 points over Cocoa Beach last year.
It was the second consecutive Terriers win for the girls. The Titusville boys have won the CCC five years in a row.
Jordan McDonald won the 50 free and 100 butterfly, and the Terriers won a pair of girls relays, the 200 and 400 free.
In addition to the strength of Titusville, Eau Gallie’s Connor Smoak and Dani Keymont of Merritt Island were dominant last season in their events.
Smoak won the boys 50 free in a conference-record time of 22.02 seconds, and he took the 100 backstroke also.
Keymont won the 200 intermediate medley, and she set a conference record in the 100 breaststroke (1:05.40). She went on to win the state title in the latter, with a time of 1:02.18.