The Tritons scored 761 points overall, finishing behind first-place Ripon and the second-place Sea Dogs.
Individual awards for Tritons swimmers included a high-point trophy for Justin Phelps in the 13-14 boys division, as he took first place in all three of his events: the 100-yard freestyle, 50 breaststroke and 50 freestyle. Jennifer Porter, swimming in the 15-16 girls division, also took first place in all of her events: the 100 individual medley, 100 freestyle and 50 backstroke. They each scored 27 points for their team.
Phelps also broke a Sea Dog Invitational record in the 100 freestyle with a time of 52.37 seconds.
Other top swimmers for the Tritons were:
Gage Chavez, 13-14 boys, first place in the 50 butterfly and 50 backstroke, second in the 100 individual medley, 25 points; Samantha Phelps, 17-18 girls, first place in the 50 breaststroke, second in the 100 individual medley and third in 50 freestyle, 22 points; Angela Mesgarzadeh, 11-12 girls, second place in the 100 and 50 freestyle, 20 points; Karel Kouda, 11-12 boys, swam in the 100 individual medley, 50 butterfly and 50 freestyle, 20 points; Whitney McCray, first in the 100 freestyle, 20 points.
Riley Gilmore, 7-8 boys, second place in the 25 butterfly and third-place in the 50 freestyle and 25 backstroke, 19 points; Heather Porter, 13-14 girls, first place in the 50 backstroke, 16 points; Matt Van Nierkerk, 15-16 boys, second place in the 100 breaststroke, 16 points; Christopher St Clair, 17-18 boys, contributed 16 points.
The 15-16 girls dominated their events, including Calla Frankel with 15 points, Karri Carrick with 10½ points and Annie Cabri with 10 points.
Continuing the Tritons’ success were: Caitlin O’Neill, 7-8 girls, second place in the 50 freestyle, 15 points; Alexandra Uskov, 9-10 girls, third in the 50 freestyle, 15 points; Mariah Hu, 7-8 girls, two third-place finishes, 14 points; Samantha Lieberg, 5-6 girls, 13 points; Nathan Hu, 9-10 boys, 10 points; Bryan Walther, 9-10 boys, third place in the 50 breaststroke.
The Tritons took this past weekend off and will return to competition at the Pinkie Phillips Aquatics Center at West High on Saturday. The meet starts at 8 a.m.