The Killer Whales were led by their under-6 boys, 7-8 girls and their 7-8 boys, all of which took first-place ribbons in each of their individual stroke events as well as their two relays.
In addition, Jake Bays set a new Killer Whale team mark in the 9-10 boys' 25-yard butterfly with a time of 13.85 seconds, and Hollace Barden broke her own Newport Hills team record again in the 15-18 girls' 50-yard freestyle event, setting the new bar at 25.53 seconds.
Six Newport Hills swimmers were three-time winners in individual stroke events: in the 7-8 girls' division, Bianca Bays was a winner in the 25 free, 25 breaststroke and 50 free, in the 7-8 boys Ryan McManigal won the 25 free, 25 fly and 50 free. Sophie Wallace, in the 9-10 girls, was victorious in the 50 free, 25 fly and 100 individual medley. Jake Bays, in the 9-10 boys, was a blue-ribbon winner in the 50 free, 25 fly and 100 IM. In the 13-14 girls, Madeline Musselman grabbed the gold in the 50 free, 50 fly and 50 backstroke. And, in the 15-18 girls, Hollace Barden continued her winning ways with first-place finishes in the 50 freestyle, 50 breaststroke and 50 fly.
Four Killer Whale swimmers were two-time winners in individual events: Alexandra Boserup (under-6 girls) in the 25 free and 25 back, Jacob Winn (25 free, 25 back) and John Laster (25 breaststroke, 25 fly) in the under-6 boys, and Henry Wilde (11-12 boys) in the 50 back and 100 IM.
Other Newport Hills swimmers who were winners in individual stroke events included Sierra Kuperschmid (25 fly) and Riley Hult (25 back) in the 7-8 girls, Nico Hult (25 breaststroke) and Ayden Ziegler (25 backstroke) in the 7-8 boys, Anna Wilde (50 breaststroke) in the 9-10 girls, Speedy Laster (50 back) in the 9-10 boys, Kaveh Moaddeli (50 free) and Joe Rosensitto (50 breaststroke) in the 11-12 boys, Jaleh Moaddeli (50 breaststroke) in the 13-14 girls and Rourke Funke (50 breaststroke) in the 13-14 boys.
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