Grandview Neptunes were defeated at a home meet last night (Thursday) by the Selah Dolphins, 508-308.
The 200-point loss moves the Neptunes' Mid-Valley Summer Swim League record to 2-6.
Regan Colson led the Neptunes in this division, earning a first place finish in the breaststroke against Selah's Tori Skelton and Kaylin Baugess.
Skelton went on to win the butterfly and freestyle events.
Grandview's Taylor Ebbelaar earned a second place finish in the butterfly, while teammate Kylie Colson took third in the backstroke.
Grandview's Tiana Perez took a first place win in the backstroke, while Selah's Kylie Erguson came in second and her teammate Melanie Garza placed third. Perez also finished second in the individual medley, third in the freestyle and third in the butterfly.
Erguson finished first in the freestyle, individual medley and butterfly.
Neptune Taylor Hall earned a second place finish in the freestyle, but claimed top honors in the breaststroke.
Selah's Sam Smith dominated in this category, earning first place finishes in the butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and backstroke.
Earning second place finishes for Grandview were Amanda Marquez in the butterfly, Jessica Morales in the breaststroke and individual medley, and Samantha Castaneda in the backstroke.
Selah swimmer Emily Gonseth dominated in this category, with wins in four of the events.
Gonseth took first in the individual medley with teammate Kelsie Clifton trailing close behind. Grandview's Tiffany Owens placed third.
Gonseth and her teammate Sara Snith took first and second place in the breaststroke, and Owens placed third.
Selah dominated the backstroke event with Gonseth in the lead. In the butterfly event, Gonseth placed first, teammate Jenny Bard placed second and Grandview's Jessica Hall came in third.
Grandview's Giovanni Gomez placed second in the individual medley to Selah's S. Bodine and third in the freestyle and breaststroke events.
Selah's Marie Lichota took first in the butterfly, breaststroke, freestyle and backstroke.
Grandview's Allison Grow placed first in the individual medley, finished second in the butterfly and backstroke and third in the freestyle and breaststroke. Neptune Brittnee Sanchez finished second in the breaststroke, freestyle and individual medley, and third in the backstroke and butterfly.
Neptunes Maurice Prieto and Taran Perez led Grandview in this category.
Prieto took first in the freestyle in 43.31, with Selah's Jacob Schickedanz trailing close behind for a second place finish in 43.33. Selah's Sam Kroes finished third in 44.59.
Prieto also took first in the butterfly, and Grandview's Perez and Jose Luis-Valdez finished second and third.
Perez claimed top honors in the breaststroke, with Prieto placing second. In the backstroke, Prieto placed first and Schickedanz placed second. Prieto placed third.
Micha Binfet earned a first place finish in the breaststroke, teammate Tito Lopez placed second and Selah's Weston Kroes placed third.
Lopez took first place in the butterfly, pushing Selah's Lancaster to a second place finish, while his teammate, Tommy Lund, placed third.
Grandview's Jared Churchill placed first in the freestyle and individual medley, placed second in the backstroke and butterfly, and third in the breaststroke.
Grandview's Keagan Christensen led the Neptunes in the category with wins in the breaststroke, backstroke and freestyle. Teammate Ryan Contreras finished first in the individual medley.
Selah's Zach Schabb dominated all five events in this category.
Grandview's Marvin Stuber placed second to Schabb in the butterfly, while Selah's Patrick Gonseth placed third.
In the breaststroke, Schabb's first place win clocked in at 24.57, Gonseth came in second in 31.57 and, by a tenth of a second, Stuber placed third in 31.67.
Grandview's Matt Concienne placed second to Schabb's time of 19.07 in the freestyle, clocking in at 21.00. Stuber placed third in 21.34.
Schabb and Gonseth had one-two finishes in the backstroke and Concienne finished third.