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Prosser Piranhas chew up Grandview Neptunes, 675-135

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Neptune swimmer Keagan Christensen swims to a second place finish in the breaststroke.

PROSSER - The Prosser Piranhas dealt a crushing blow to the Grandview Neptunes swim team last night (Tuesday), defeating Grandview 675-135.

In the 14 and under category, Neptunes Nicole Charvet, Tiffany Owens, Hannah Grow and Jessica Hall edged out Prosser in the medley relay with a first place finish of 2:06.34.

Grandview boys Jared Churchill, Keagan Christensen, Ryan Contreras and Fabian Ruiz also found success in the medley relay for boys 18 and under, clocking in first at 1:54.05.

Owens and Taylor Hall had first place finishes in the breaststroke. Hall clocked in at 38.65 in the girls 10 and under category and Owens at 32.91 in the girls 14 and under category.

Owens earned three second place finishes in the butterfly, freestyle and individual medley swim, as well as a third place finish in the backstroke.

Hall took second in the freestyle and third in the individual medley.

Churchill also earned a first place finish in the boys 12 and under category for the individual medley with a time of 2:24.47. Churchill also claimed second place honors for Grandview in the butterfly, backstroke and freestyle, as well as a third place finish in the breaststroke.

Christensen had numerous second and third place finishes, garnering second in the breaststroke and butterfly and third in the individual medley, freestyle and backstroke.

For the girls in the 18 and under bracket, Brittnee Sanchez took second in the freestyle and breaststroke, while fellow Neptune Allison Grow claimed third place honors in the butterfly and backstroke.

Because Thursday, June 21, is a bye for Grandview, the Neptunes will square off next against the Dolphins at Selah Thursday, June 28.

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