Grand Junction High School (365) out-paddled the Durango swim team (347) to win last Friday's Delta Invitational at Bill Heddles Recreation Center. Fruita finished third (249) with Gunnison placing fourth (217), Moffat County fifth (146) and host Delta sixth with 47 points.
Delta participated in league meet on the campus of CMU on Dec. 1.
Delta had four top-10 finishes in the Delta meet with two of those finishes coming in relay races. The Panthers' 200 yard medley relay team finished seventh in a time of 2:27.31 with a combined effort from junior Kiarrah Schotten, senior Abby Williams, sophomore Hailee Ruble and junior Nadia Hill.
Sophomore Hannah Sterns, freshman Emma Wise, Schotten and Ruble put together a time of 2:11.81 to place eighth in the 200 yard freestyle relay.
Williams had the best individual time of the meet for Delta with a 1:29.20, and a ninth-place, in the 100 yard breaststroke. Ruble's 1:22.94 in the 100 yard backstroke earned her a 10th-place finish in that race.
Delta's second team finished 12th in the 200 yard freestyle relay (2:39.66 - freshman Baily Miller, senior Autumn Eddy, freshman Karlie Egging and junior Kalinn Komives).
Other top-15 individual places went to Komives (11th - 500 yard freestyle, 8:19.58), Sterns (11th - 100 yard breaststroke, 1:32.70), Wise (13th - 200 yard freestyle, 3:03.62), junior Sydni West (13th - 100 yard freestyle, 1:16.93), Egging (14th - 200 yard freestyle) and Hill (15th - 200 yard freestyle, 3:15.56).
At CMU on Saturday, Delta scored 150 points in the Southwest Conference Girls Relay Meet.
Delta's first team in the 200 freestyle relay placed 14th (2:32.95) and the second team was 15th (2:33.65).
The Panthers also had two teams in the 200 medley relay with the first team posting a 2:32.48 and the second team turning in a time of 3:02.40.
Delta's 400 freestyle team had a time of 5:33.79.