PROSSER - The Prosser Piranhas nipped the Grandview Neptunes 530 to 282 last night, Thursday.
In girls 8&U competition, Grandview didn't score a single first place. Prosser dominated the backstroke, with Kaylen Sanders, Chloe Bolstad and Marin Bender slapping the wall at 45.21, 48.26, and 48.51, respectively.
In the breaststroke, Prosser's Emily Villareal beat out Grandview's Hannah Binfet with a time of 51.41. Binfet's runner-up time of 53.12 was just slightly ahead of teammate Cassandra Ruiz's time of 53.40.
Ruiz was third in the butterfly, with a time of 58.77, just behind second place finisher Villareal's time of 54.24. Prosser's Jenna Knight clocked in at 43.39 for top honors.
Ruiz earned runner-up honors in the freestyle with a time of 41.94. Prosser's Sanders won the event with a time of 37.38 and her teammate, Villareal, finished third with a time of 42.06.
In boys 8&U competition, Grandview's Nicolas Cortez won the breaststroke with a time of 54.82. Prosser's Kord Tuttle touched the wall for runner-up honors with a time of 56.14 and Grandview's Angel Morales earned third place honors in 1:08.80.
Prosser dominated in the butterfly, with Tuttle tagging the wall first with a time of 45.18. Johnny Mullen and Austin Beierle of Prosser finished second and third, respectively.
Tuttle placed first in the freestyle with a time of 30.12. Mullen earned runner-up honors, clocking in at 42.59 and Morales finished third for Grandview with a time of 46.17.
Tuttle also earned top honors for Prosser in the backstroke with a time of 45.18. His teammate, Ethan Weron, crossed the pool second with a time of 42.59. Morales earned third place honors, slapping the wall in 46.17.
In girls 10&U swim, Grandview dominated in the relays.
Natalee Oxley, Kylie Colson, Reagan Colson and Cassandra Ruiz won the freestyle relay with a time of 2:24.87.
In the medley relay, Jacline Jimenez, K. Colson, R. Colson and Oxley won with a time of 2:35.53.
Oxley garnered four first place finishes for the Neptunes. She won top honors in the butterfly, backstroke, individual medley and freestyle.
Prosser's Levi Russell dominated the boys 10&U swim, winning the butterfly, backstroke, freestyle and individual medley. Grandview's Tavian Valenzala earned top honors in the breaststroke with a time of 38.10. Russell was runner-up with a time of 42.97 and Prosser's Camden Baker placed third with a time of 32.09.
The Grandview team of Valenzuela, Jose Luis Valdez, Maurice Prieto and Treyton Parrish won the medley relay with a time of 2:52.98. Prosser's Baker, Mullen, Russell and Tuttle won the freestyle relay with a time of 2:17.
In girls 12&U swim, Hailey Walker scored two first place finishes for the Neptunes. Walker earned top honors in the butterfly and freestyle, while Tiana Perez won the backstroke. Grandview's Taylor Hall was the top swimmer in the breaststroke with a time of 34.31. She edged Prosser's Josie Fool, who tagged the edge with a time of 34.78. Prosser's Kaylee Perkins earned third place honors with a finishing time of 35 seconds.
Prosser's Sam Kawakami dominated the boys 12&U swim with top honors in the butterfly, backstroke, freestyle and individual medley. Kawakami also swam in the medley relay and freestyle relay, which Prosser won.
Prosser dominated in girls 14&U events, with Grandview's Tawnya Francis garnering the only first place finish in the breaststroke. Francis clocked in at 32.71. Second and third place finishes were neck and neck with Kate Burnett and Karlie Lusk of Prosser clocking in at 34.69 and 34.79, respectively.
Grandview's Aaliyah Fonseca earner runner-up honors for the Neptunes in the individual medley with a time of 2:40.72. Prosser's Gabby Villareal won with a time of 2:23.56 and Grandview's Francis finished third, slapping the wall in 2:43.04.
It was neck and neck between Prosser's William Burgett and Grandview's Fabian Ruiz in the boys 14&U events.
Ruiz trailed behind Burgett in the breaststroke, butterfly, backstroke and individual medley. Ruiz was victorious over Burgett in the freestyle, placing first with a time of 19.73. Burgett clocked in a second place time of 21.13.
Grandview's Tiffany Owens dominated in all girls 16&U swim events, placing first in the breaststroke, butterfly, backstroke, and individual medley.
Competition was tight for second and third place finishes between Prosser's Tsadhe Edwards and Grandview's Jenalee Mariotti. Mariotti was runner-up in the breaststroke, backstroke and freestyle, while Edwards was runner-up in the butterfly and earned third place honors in the freestyle.
Prosser's Chris McKinney dominated in the boys 16&U events.
McKinney won in the butterfly with a time of 21.06. Prosser's James Wildman was runner-up with a time of 22.95 and Grandview's Dominic Garza finished with third place honors, clocking in at 27.93. Garza also finished third in the backstroke, with a time of 30.78. McKinney won that event with a time of 24.94 and Saam finished second with a time of 29.54.
McKinney led the Piranhas in the freestyle, while Wildman and Nolan Saam of Prosser were runner-up and third, respectively.
In the breaststroke, Saam, McKinney and Wildman won first, second and third places.
The Prosser Piranhas defeated the Neptunes in the girls medley and freestyle relays.
Grandview's Gio Gomez finished with third place honors in the breaststroke with a time of 37.90, just behind first and second place Prosser finishers Taylor Ely and Hanna Rankin, who clocked in at 32.94 and 34.34, respectively.
Rankin and Ely finished first and second in the backstroke, and first and second in the freestyle, respectively. Gomez came in third in the freestyle with a time of 25.60.
Prosser's Tyler Burgett dominated the boys 18&U events, finishing first in all events, including the medley relay and freestyle relay, which Prosser defeated the Neptunes with times of 1:32.63 and 1:27.57, respectively.
Grandview's Spencer Blanshan won runner-up honors in the freestyle with a time of 20.59. Teammate Ryan Contreras was close behind, clocking in at 20.98 for third place honors. Contreras was runner-up in the backstroke with a time of 25.96. Blanshan earned third place honors in that event with a time of 26.52. Burgett clocked in at 22.62 for the win.
Burgett was well ahead of Contreras and Blanshan in the individual medley, clocking in at 1:45.04. Contreras tagged the edge next with a time of 2:08.69 and Blanshan finished third with a time of 2:20.91.