[Updated: Includes boys' teams scores]
CORONA DEL MAR — Corona del Mar High junior Brynne Wong is the one who gets the most swimming publicity in the Wong household, and deservedly so.
But her older sister, Natalie, also played a huge role Tuesday in the Battle of the Bay swim meet.
Natalie Wong, a senior, was the anchor of the "B" team in the meet-ending 400-yard freestyle relay. CdM Coach Doug Volding needed that "B" relay team to finish third in the event for the Sea Kings to win the meet.
"We talked about that we had to get third to win it," Natalie Wong said. "That was our goal, to win it, because we tied last year."
After the first three legs by freshmen Eliza Britt and Grace Morgan and sophomore Alex Namba, Wong hopped into the water in Lane 5 nearly simultaneously to the Newport Harbor "B" anchor in Lane 2. There was nothing "B" about Wong's effort.