Both Jennifer Alvarado (25 free, 25 fly and 50 free) in the 7-8 girls and Jules Pouch (50 free, 50 breaststroke and 100IM) in the 13-14 girls were three-time individual stroke winners for the Dolphins. Alvarado set a new 7-8 girls 25 free pool record of 14.84, besting the old record of 14.87.
Siena Secrist (50 free and 25 fly) in the 9-10 girls, Eliza Britt (50 freestyle and 50 breaststroke) in the 11-12 girls and Matt Berry (50 freestyle and 100 IM) in the 15-18 boys were all two-time individual stroke winners for Harbor View.
In the relays, there were five new pool records established. The Newport Hills foursome of Madison Strassmann, Lauren Openshaw, Chloe Harbilas and Erika Anderson set a new pool and team record of 1:04.22 in the 9-10 girls 100 medley relay. Dolphins swimmers Mikey Ruiz, Luke Chelf, Alexander Taxman and Mitchell Cooper put in a new pool mark of 1:03.46 in the 9-10 boys medley relay, while Killer Whales Cassidy Papa, Sarah Furgatch, Hollace Barden and Devon Greenlee broke the old pool record of 2:00.89 with a new team and pool record of 1:57.12 in the 15-18 girls' medley relay.