The provincial age group championships was a medal playground for the Hyack Swim Club.
The New Westminster-based swim club took home a total of 39 medals, including 13 gold and four provincial meet records at the AAA short course meet in Surrey last weekend.
Sherry Liu shattered the provincial meet record in the girls' 16 to 18 400-metre freestyle.
The Burnaby swimmer set a new meet and club record with a winning time of 4:09.45, eclipsing the time of Vancouver Island runner-up Taylor Padington by more than 10 seconds, while beating the old mark set by Cassie Morrice in 2009 by more than five seconds.
Liu also won the 800m free and 400m individual medley. Liu was also runner-up in the 200m free and IM.
Eleven-year-old Ethan Laing set new meet standards in the boys' 11-and-under 100 and 200m breaststroke.
Laing lopped a full second off the old provincial mark in the 200m breast, winning in a time of 2:50.41. The young Hyack also shaved two-tenths of a second off the 100m mark.
Stephan Milosevic broke a long-standing club record in the boys' 16 to 18 200m free, setting a new mark of 1:50.64 in the final.
Milosevic also won gold in the 200m backstroke and 400m individual medley, a silver in both the 200m IM and 1,500m free and a bronze in the 200m butterfly.
Wendy Yang was also a winner, taking gold in the 13-year-old girls' 100m fly. Yang also placed second in the 50 and 100m free and 100m back.
Kiana Stark was a silver medallist in the 11-and-under girls' 100m breast and a bronze-medal winner at 200m.
Devon Joanis, 13, was fourth in both the 100 and 200m breast, while 18-year-old Justin Kiedrzyn also came fourth in the 50m free.
Igor Gasovic Varga, 16, placed fifth in the 100m fly and eighth in the 1,500m free.
Mark Pang, 13, also finished in fifth place in the 1,500m free and seventh in the 400m free.
May Li, 15, was sixth in the 100m back and eighth in the 200m fly.
Chris Polok, 16, placed seventh in the 200m breast. Inder Pooni, 15, was seventh in the 200m back and eighth in the 100m back.
The Hyack club placed fifth overall in team appregate standings.