GRANDVIEW The Grandview Rotary Swim Team outlasted the Barracudas at last night’s swim meet.
The Neptunes won, 430-338, racking up nearly 100 points more than Naches.
Leading the way on the boys side was Tavian Valenzuela.
He grabbed five first place finishes in the 18&U class.
Valenzuela clocked in at 21.18 in the 40 yard butterfly. He followed with two winning performances in the 40 yard breaststoke and backstoke with times of 24.52 and 25.97, respectively.
The Neptune standout finished the day with two more wins in the 40 yard freestyle with a time of 19.53 and 2:03.47 in the 160 yard individual medley.
For the girls, Taylor Ebbelaar was in strong form with five wins to her name in 18&U division
In the 40 yard butterfly, she beat out Naches’ Olivia Smith by two seconds, with a time of 27.42.
Ebbelaar finished the 40 yard breaststroke with a 32.02, the backstoke in 30.74 and the freestyle in 23.92 to bring her first place tally to four.
She added one more win after placing first in the individual medley, with a time of 2:24.95.
Combined, the two Grandview swimmers contributed 60 points to the team’s win.
The Neptunes face Selah at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Also in action was the Sunnyside Rotary Swim team last night.
The Sharks hosted swimming powerhouses Selah. Sunnyside fell, 602-210.
The Sharks returns to action Tuesday to face Prosser.
The meet begins at 6 p.m. at the Prosser Aquatic Center.