Liahla Fernandez was named outstanding swimmer for the 6-and-under girls. She took first place in the 25- and 50-yard freestyle races and second place in the backstroke, scoring 19 points for her team.
The 7-8 girls tore up the water, taking first place in most of the events.
Lindsay Price took first place in all three of her events for 7-8 girls: 50 free, 25 breaststroke and 25 free, adding another 21 points for the Tritons.
Mariah Hu, also for the 7-8 girls, took first place in the 25 backstroke and second place in the 25 butterfly, scoring 12 more points.
In the 7-8 boys division, Riley Gilmore took first place in all three of his events — 50 free, 25 fly and 25 back, for 21 team points.
Madeline Loggins, in the 9-10 girls, took first place in the 100 free and 50 free and second in 50 breast, for 19 points.
In the 13-14 boys category, Gage Chavez took first in all three events, adding another 21 points for the Tritons.
Matt Van Niekerk, for the 15-16 boys, was the top swimmer in 100 breast and 50 free, and he took second place in 100 free, adding 19 more points for the Tritons.
Alexandra Little, 17-18 girls, took first place in the 100 individual medley and third place overall in her other events, adding another 15 points to the team score.
The Tracy Triton medley and free relay teams finished the day taking home many of the first-place awards.
Tritons coach Pinkie Phillips said she is ready to do it again next weekend — with her whole team of more than 200 swimmers — at the Oakdale Invitational.