PROVO — The Judge Memorial girls swimming team got done what they set out to do — and more — at the 3A Utah High School State Championships at BYU on Saturday.

"Coming in, we wanted to accomplish three things: have fun, do our best and let the score take care of itself," Bulldogs coach Matt Finnigan said after his team took the state title in overwhelming fashion. "So I guess they have one more trophy now."

Judge racked up 378 points to Desert Hills' second-place total of 254. Juan Diego was third (219 points), followed by Wasatch (212.5) and Park City (195).

Judge's Amelia Wolfgramm dominated in both the 100-yard freestyle and the 100-yard backstroke.

"Winning is fun and losing is not; we know the experience of losing and we don't want that," Wolfgramm said. "You swim for your teammates; even though you're in that water by yourself, I feel like swimming is very much a team sport."

Kelsey Leeson of Juan Diego collected another win, this time in the 100-yard butterfly, and was part of two victorious Juan Diego teams in the 400-yard freestyle and the 200-yard freestyle relays.

Leeson's win in the 100-yard butterfly was a close call, something she said she wasn't fully aware of while in the moment.

"I saw her in my peripheral vision, but I was trying not to concentrate on that."

Amelia Draney turned in an amazing performance in the 500-yard freestyle, shattering the state record by more than six seconds (5:03.07).

"I went out really easy and then let it all go later," said an ecstatic Draney after her victory. "I'm just really excited right now. It's everything you think about. I felt more confident today; I got the nervousness out yesterday."

Waterford's Aspen Johnson took first in the 100-yard breaststroke.

"It's really an exclamation point on the season," Finnigan said. "When you work hard for a long time, that's when amazing things can happen."

3A Girls Swimming State Championship

Day 2

At BYU

Girls

Final Team Standings

1. Judge Memorial Catholic, 378; 2. Desert Hills, 254; 3. Juan Diego Catholic, 219; 4. Wasatch, 212.5; 5. Park City, 195; 6. Snow Canyon, 184.5; 7. Tooele, 95; 8. Uintah, 92.5; 9. Richfield, 72; 10. Rowland Hall St. Marks, 67; 11. Cedar City, 63; 12. Hurricane, 60; 13. Pine View, 54; 14. Waterford, 41; 15. Ogden, 36; 16. Bear River, 35; 17. Emery, 34.5; 18. Intermountain Christian, 28; 19. Carbon, 24; 20. Spanish Fork, 11; 21. Canyon View, 10; 22. Ben Lomond, 2.

Individual results

100-yard butterfly – 1. Kelsey Leeson, Juan Diego, 1:00.39; 2. Allison Witte, Judge Memorial, 1:01.24; 3. Leah Heger, Snow Canyon, 1:01.28; 4. Tessa Trimble, Desert Hills, 1:01.34; 5. Kaley Banyai, Judge Memorial, 1:01.35; 6. Rachel Finley, Wasatch, 1:05.63.

100-yard freestyle – 1. Amelia Wolfgramm, Judge Memorial, 52.10; 2. McKenzie Barber, Snow Canyon, 55.23; 3. Shayne Beckstrand, Pine View, 55.90; 4. Hailey Shand, Park City, 56.52; 5. Rachel Low, Wasatch, 57.66; 6. Emileeann Moran, Judge Memorial, 57.72.

500-yard freestyle – 1. Amelia Draney, Desert Hills, 5:03.07*; 2. Natalie McDonald, Park City, 5:18.94; 3. Danielle Kfoury, Intermountain Christian, 5:32.79; 4. Alandra McDowell, Judge Memorial, 5:32.84; 5. Kaylee LeBaron, Hurricane, 5:39.75; 6. Cassandra Cokl, Judge Memorial, 5:40.29.

200-yard freestyle relay – 1. Juan Diego Catholic, 1:40.96; 2. Snow Canyon, 1:43.48; 3. Wasatch, 1:44.87; 4. Judge Memorial Catholic, 1:45.36; 5. Desert Hills, 1:46.85; 6. Uintah, 1:50.66.

100-yard backstroke – 1. Amelia Wolfgramm, Judge Memorial, 57.10; 2. Alaina Finley, Juan Diego, 1:00.32; 3. Hailey Shand, Park City, 1:01.25; 4. Jamie Slack, Cedar City, 1:03.04; 5. Erica Azad, Judge Memorial, 1:03.91.

100-yard breaststroke – 1. Aspen Johnson, Waterford, 1:07.37; 2. Courtney Freed, Desert Hills, 1:11.49; 3. Anna Karratti, Desert Hills, 1:12.05; 4. Emily Sheffer, Richfield, 1:12.06; 5. Anna Dahl, Wasatch, 1:12.47; 6. (tie) Marcela Vasquez, Judge Memorial, Laryssa Guymon, Emery, 1:13.88.

400-yard freestyle relay – 1. Juan Diego Catholic, 3:41.52; 2. Judge Memorial Catholic, 3:45.13; 3. Desert Hills, 3:49.69; 4. Park City, 3:52.65; 5. Wasatch, 3:52.74; 6. Uintah, 4:06.06.

*Denotes state record