The Ventura College men's and women's swimming teams remained in front at the Western State Conference championships at Santa Clarita Swim Center.
Freshman Shyla Motley broke the conference record in the 50-yard breast stroke, winning in 31.42 seconds, and Kayleigh Jeffrey and Kelsey Michon finished 1-2 in the 200 freestyle as the women's team stayed atop the team standings, 448-377, over second-place Cuesta.
"The way it was seeded, we should be in second place after today," said Ventura coach Larry Baratte. "They're doing a great job."
Rafael Ingannamonte defended his 100 breast stroke title in 59.86 seconds and Collin Baratte (53.01) and Jordan Singleton (53.42) finished 1-2 in the 100 backstroke as the men opened up a 427-point lead on second-place Cuesta, 714-448.
The men swept the Top 4 in the 200 freestyle behind Erik Rennpiess (1:43.10), Evan Hedrick (1:44.51), Michael Craft (1:44.93) and Spencer McGrath (1:46.31); the Top 3 in the 400 individual medley behind Michael Fernandez (4:19.40), David Hine (4:21.70) and Tyler Payton (4:22.33) and the Top 3 in 100 butterfly behind Steven Edgar (51.11), Wade Federer (52.40) and Daniel Colvin (52.58).
The men's 200 medley and women's 800 free relays also set conference records.