Julianne Bartz, Hana Cloherty, Gianna Danese, Chloe Harbilas, Kendall Kipp, Lauren Langdale, Kelly Ramm and Sophie Wallace were all key contributors in helping the Killer Whales swim to first-place finishes in the girls' under 6 medley relay, breaststroke relay, butterfly relay and backstroke relay.
The Newport Hills group of Rex Barden, Brandon Cargile, Morgan Cortens, Rourke Funke, JT Russell and Henry Wilde led the 7-8 boys to first-place honors in all of their relays — medley, breaststroke, butterfly and backstroke.
The Killer Whales' Ryan Cargile, Taylor Cortens, Brett Greenlee, Matt McKinnon, Ryan Naddy, Danny Robertson and Nick Schroeder led the 9-10 boys to wins in all of their events. Cortens, Robertson, Greenlee and McKinnon set a new Newport Hills team record of 1 minute, 4.57 seconds in winning the 9-10 medley relay.
Newport Hills swimmers Richie Barden, Nick Furgatch, Christian Garkani, Blake Motal and Benjamin Zepfel helped to pilot victories in all of the boys' 11-12 relays, and Garkani, Furgatch, Zepfel and Motal set a SCSC relays record of 2:05.96 in the 11-12 boys' medley relay.
In the 7-8 girls age group, Erika Anderson, Katherine Hess, Maria LaBruna, Tara Morris, Madeleine Musselman, Lauren Openshaw, Caroline Prado and Madison Strasmann led the Killer Whales to three first-place wins, in the medley, breaststroke and butterfly.
The butterfly relays were a strength for the Killer Whales, with additional wins in the under-6 boys (Jake Bays, Cole Fisher, Connor McManigal and Andrew Smith), the 9-10 girls (Brianna Daboub, Courtney Garkani, Brynn Motal and Natalie Wilde) and the 13-14 girls (Hollace Barden, Devon Greenlee, Alexandra Musselman and Erica Phillips). The relays finals consist only of relay events, and there are five events per group — medley, breaststroke, butterfly, backstroke and freestyle.
— From staff reports