There must be something in Cedar City's water.

For the second consecutive year, Cedar's boys' and girls' swimming teams claimed 3A state championships Saturday at the Salt Lake Community College pool.The Cedar boys raced past Park City 269-224 to notch their fifth title in the last six years. Delta came in third with 186 points and Uintah finished fourth with 125 points. Other teams in order of finish were: 5th, Lehi, 121; 6th, Dixie, 111; 7th Carbon, 104; 8th, South Summit, 54; 9th (tie) Pine View and Hurricane, 29; 11th, Snow Canyon, 9; and Richfield finished with 2 points.

It was also the third championship in the last four years for Cedar's girls, who beat Park City 290-221.

Senior Cameron Chatfield, from Cedar, was selected as the tournament's outstanding boys' swimmer, while Park City's Rebecca Gerber was honored as the girls' outstanding swimmer.

Chatfield won individual titles in the 50-meter and 100-meter freestyle races. He also anchored the Redmen to a pair of relay championships - 200 medley and the 400-freestyle relay.

"He's an all-around good athlete," said Cedar City coach Dick Coston.

Just a freshman, Gerber was the only girl to claim individual titles in two meets. She won the 100 and 200 freestyles.

Park City's coach Gail Meakims was selected as 3A coach of the year.

"They're strong," said Park City coach Gail Meakims of Cedar. "(Coston) does a great job and they have tons of depth."