King used her speed to get out to an early lead in the race, splitting 1:07.71 on the first 100, while Lazor touched in 1:09.68 at the halfway mark.
Scoring 479 points, Carmel won by their largest margin in history, finishing 279 points ahead of Fishers (200).
Dewitt (52.85) and Berglund (52.87) both broke 53 for the first time, as Carmel looks good to claim their 35th-straight IHSAA title.
Penn won handily at the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) girls swimming & diving sectionals meet at South Bend Riley
14-year-old Levenia Sim finished sixth overall in the 100 back, while 13-year-old Claire Weinstein was seventh in the 500 free.
Irish Aquatics 14-year-old Lily Christianson continued to have an excellent meet, winning the women’s 100 free and 200 breast.
Christianson is now in a 3-way tie for 12th all-time in the girls 13-14 50 free rankings.
Fresh off notching his first Olympic Trials cut in the LCM 200 back on Thursday night, Modglin returned to the pool on Friday got right back to work.
Last night’s time trials were highlighted by Zionsville Swim Club 16-year-old Will Modglin grabbing his first Olympic Trials cut.
One swimmer broke 50 in the 100 fly for the first time, while another dropped more than nine seconds in a short course 200-yard breaststroke.
At a dual meet in Indiana, Lily Christianson (14) dominated the 50m free with a time of 26.08 – her second 50 free under 27 seconds in the past month.