The Perry High School swim team traveled to Grinnell Tuesday night, finishing with seven first-place winners, one season-best time and one personal-best time.
Grinnell won the meet 102-79, including 13 points for the Tiger divers.
The meet was scored 8, 4, 2 for relays and 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for individual events.
Cali Hernandez, Jazmine Johnson, Jenna Nelson, Lydia Nelsen, 2:35.42, 4th
Madeline McDevitt, Addison Huntington, Lilly Riley, Emily Dowd, 2:16.91, 2nd
Quin Mahler-Moreno, 1:58.76, 1st, season best time
200 Individual Medley
Addison Huntington, 2:44.61, 2nd, personal best time
Emily Dowd, 28.78, 4th
Jenna Nelson, 28.45, 3rd
Aleah Karolus, 27.04, 1st
Aleah Karolus, 1:13.27, 3rd
Sophia McDevitt, 1:04.14, 2nd
Madeline McDevitt, 1:13.70, 5th
Jazmine Johnson, 1:09.40, 4th
Quin Mahler-Moreno, 55.30, 1st
Emily Dowd, 6:13.62, 3rd
Lilly Riley, 6:01.33, 1st
200 Freestyle Relay
Addison Huntington, Lydia Nelsen, Jazimine Johnson, Jenna Nelson, 2:13.75, 4th
Aleah Karolus, Lilly Riley, Sophia McDevitt, Quin Mahler-Moreno, 1:48.41, 2nd
Cali Hernandez, 1:29.00, 5th
Sophia McDevitt, 1:10.67, 1st
Addison Huntington, 1:22.63, 1st
Lydia Nelsen, 2:03.26, 5th
400 Freestyle Relay
Emily Dowd, Cali Hernandez, Jazmine Johnson, Jenna Nelson, 4:38.78, 4th
Lilly Riley, Aleah Karolus, Sophia McDevitt, Quin Mahler-Moreno, 3:56.75, 1st
The Jayettes will next swim on Tuesday, when they host Spencer High School and Atlantic High School at the McCreary Community Building in Perry.