Henryetta high school posted several firsts this weekend.
This was the first time HHS had a swim team, the first time the swim team made it to regional competition and the first time the school has swimmers going to state.
The sister act of Caprice and Charee Graham qualified for the state contest Saturday.
Charee took a first in the 100 yard backstroke and second in the 200 yard IM.
 charee-finish Sister Caprice was fifth in the 100 yard butterfly and was sixth in the 200 freestyle.
For her first place win, Charee finished the 100 yard backstroke in one minute, three and 96-one hundredth seconds. That was four seconds ahead of the second place finisher from Shawnee and a full five seconds ahead of third. Her finals time was also nearly two seconds better than the preliminary round.
In the 200 yard IM, she shaved four seconds off her preliminary time to place second with a 2:20.74.
Only a second and a half separated her from first place 200 yard IM winner Beth Grundy from Bishop Kelley.
The first round of competition Saturday saw Caprice finish the 200 yard freestyle in 2:14.22. She turned in a time of 2:15.79 in the finals. First place in that contest was won by Booker T Washington's Anders Broussard with a 2:09 and 2:07. Graham went on to post  a first round 1:09.71 time in the 100 yard butterfly and 1:10.93 in the second round for her fifth place win.
In the 100 yard butterfly, just over three seconds separated Caprice from first place.
She had a 1:10.89 time. First place went to another Bishop Kelley swimmer with a 1:07.74.
Overall, the HHS team finished tenth in the posit standings with 64 total points. Booker T. Washington was first, Harrah second and Shawnee third.
The state swim meet will be held Feb. 20 and 21.