Ralston placed three divers in the top five of the Ralston Diving Invite on Saturday at the Ralston pool.
Joey Weber won the event for Ralston/Gross with a final round score of 453.85. Teammate Collin Plath notched a runner-up finish with a final score of 422.50. Gabe McAndrews rounded out the Ralston/Gross top-five finishes in the fifth spot, with a score of 329.
Bellevue West's Nick Tritsch finished seventh in the competition with his final round score of 275.25.
On the girls side, Kimberly Gau of Bellevue West notched a score of 307.50, good for finishing in the fourth spot.
The Ralston/Gross girls defeated Duchesne 104-82 in a swimming invite on Jan. 21.
Ashley Black paced Ralston/Gross with two individual wins. Black claimed first in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle races.
Monica Blake added a win in the 100 breaststroke.
Ralston/Gross swept the three relays with Blake, Gillen, Black, Gina LeMense and Josie Linhart each playing a part on two relay teams. Anna Flairty and Sam Mora were both on the 400 relay squad for their lone relay win.
The Bellevue East boys and Bellevue West girls picked up dual wins in the cross-town dual at Bellevue East Thursday.
East topped West 94-76 on the boys side, with the T-bird girls routing the Chieftains 114-54.
Nick Richards and Justin Goodwin led East to the win with two solo victories apiece.
Richards won the 50 and 100 freestyle races, while Goodwin claimed the top spot in the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle.
The other Chieftains victories came from Andy Siders (100 breaststroke), Michael Cook (100 back) and Colin Reedy (200 freestyle).
Bellevue East took first in two of the three relays. The 200 freestyle relay team of Cook, Reedy, Goodwin and Richards won, along with the 200 medley relay team of Cook, Siders, Goodwin and Richards.
The T-birds finished first in the 400 freestyle relay with the group of Carter Dawson, Alex Deters, Manuel Gudino and Michael Navratil.
Eric Smits notched the only individual T-bird victory.
The duo of RaeAnn Daniels and Cassie Treu provided big points for the T-bird girls with two solo wins and two relay wins apiece.
Daniels and Treu joined Abigail Jerry and Amanda Horbach to win both the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay. Daniels added wins in the 100 butterfly and 200 freestyle. Treu picked up first-place finishes in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke.
Jerry notched the only other individual win for West in the 50 freestyle.
Alex Johnson won the 200 individual medley and the 500 freestyle to lead the Bellevue East side. Haley Walter pitched in by winning the 100 breaststroke.
The 200 freestyle relay team of Johnson, Kirstin Schwart, Sarah Sindelar and Emma Stoffeahn swam to the Chieftains only first-place relay finish.
The Chieftain boys added another dual win on Jan. 21 with a 120-46 win over Omaha Northwest. The girls squad went down 84-71 to the Huskies.
Bellevue West racked up finishes of third on the girls side and fourth on the boys side in Saturday's CB Lewis Central Invite.
Daniels and Treu produced the only T-birds victories, with Daniels coming in the 200 IM and Treu's in the 100 backstroke.
The Bryan swim team claimed the boys and girls dual over Gretna in the Jan. 21 bout. The Bears topped the Dragons 83-72 on the boys side and 99-66 on the girls.
Arthur Lehr and Donny Nekola paced the Bear boys by each notching a pair of solo wins. Lehr took first in the 100 backstroke and the 200 individual medley. Nekola won the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Zac Zendejas won the 100 butterfly for Bryan's final solo victory.
Gretna picked up individual win from Zach Nylin (100 breaststroke), Austin Henry (200 freestyle) and Kyle Moore (500 freestyle).
Bryan won two of the three relay races over Gretna. The group of Nekola, Trevor Murphy, Anthony Wenninghoff and Jacob Stewart teamed up to win the 200 and 400 freestyle relay races.
Gretna's relay win came in the 200 medley relay team of Seth Snell, Thomas Matya, Ben Rhodes and Moore.
Samantha Jewell of Bryan was the only two-time event winner on the girls side of the dual. Jewell took first in the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.
Other Bryan solo victories came from Evelyn Hall (50 freestyle), Becca Kohl (100 butterfly) and Katelyn Seib (200 IM).
The Gretna girls produced three individual wins. Kylie Otto and Madison Halinski both won freestyle races, with Otto claiming the 200-yard race and Halinski the 500. Isabel Dammermann added the other Dragon win in the 100 backstroke.
Gretna's only relay win came in the 400 freestyle relay race with the team of Halinski, Otto, Dammermann and Samantha Coufal.
Seib and Kalynn Copenharve were on both winning Bryan relay teams. The duo combined with Courtney Buscher and Lindsey Parks for the 200 free relay win, and Stephanie Ramirez and Hall in the 200 medley relay.
The Papillion-La Vista/Papillion-La Vista South boys swim team defeated Westside 99-81 in dual action on Jan. 21. The girls team dropped a heartbreaker 94-91 to the Warriors at the Papillion-La Vista pool.
Ethan Shih tallied two individual wins and was part of two winning relay teams to lead the P-LV/P-LV South boys. Shih's solo wins came in the 100 backstroke and 200 individual medley.
Shih was part of wins in the 400 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay. Shih grouped with Noah Barr, Billy Salber and Michael Bengston in the 200 medley win and Salber, Riley Olson and Jeff Cavanaugh in the 400.
The other relay win came from Bengston, Matt Harrison, Sam Nesbitt and Cavanaugh in the 200 freestyle relay.
P-LV/P-LV South won each individual freestyle race. Bengston won the 50 freestyle, Harrison the 100, Olson the 200 and Cavanaugh the 500. Salber added a win in the 100 butterfly.
The P-LV/P-LV South girls only tallied three individual win in the dual. The winners were Maddie Goetzinger (100 backstroke), Annie Plumb (100 breaststroke) and Haleigh Brooks (500 freestyle).
The lone relay race the girls won was the 200 freestyle relay. Brianna and Jordan McCullough, Mary Stanely and Marissa Behounek grouped up for the win.