Jonathan Law\u2019s boys swim team fell 100-65 in a road meet against Shelton High on Tuesday afternoon. The Lawmen had some strong performances, including a first-place finish by Jake Gwirtz in the 100 yard freestyle event. Gwirtz made his final touch in a time of 55.76. Shelton recorded firsts in nine of the first 10 swims before the final two races were swum as exhibitions. \u201cThey\u2019re a pretty good team in the SCC. It was a good challenge and most of the races were close,\u201d said Law\u2019s Manar Almidani, who was part of the 200 yard medley relay team with Gwirtz, Dan Dormez and Jay Meyers that finished second in 2:13.72. Meyers was third in the 200 individual medley race, making his final touch in the off-stroke event in 2:50.80. Dormez was third in the 50 freestyle, sprinting to the finish in 29.33. He placed third in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:16.33. The 200 free relay squad of Almidani, Carson Carr, Andrew Ancheta and Myers was third in 2:02.55, finishing less than a second behind Shelton\u2019s second-place group. Gwirtz came in third in the 100 backstroke, clocking in with a time of 1:06.82. \u201cWe definitely had a good meet,\u201d Law coach Asli Kizavul said. \u201cI was very happy with how the kids kept up with them in the races. It\u2019s good for them to race against faster people because it pushes them to do better.\u201d Sophomore Jakob Yakubik had a solid meet, racing in the 100 freestyle for the first time and also posting a personal best time in the 50 free. Kizavul was also impressed with the performances of Dormez, a freshman, and Gwirtz, a junior, whom she said is working toward some record-breaking efforts this winter.