The Riverbank Barracudas swim team was successful in their first home meet this season. Last week, scores were reported past sports deadline for The News, but Riverbank won with a team total of 152-117 over the Patterson Pirates.
Scorers record five points for a first place finish, three points for second and one point for third.
Meet highlights show in the 16-18 year old category, John Nunnally recorded a first in the 100-yard Breaststroke at 1:31.09, a first in the 100-yard Individual Medley at 1:15.81, and a first in the 100 Freestyle at 1:04.37.
In the 13-15 group, Jonathan Burgarin scored a first in the 100 Breaststroke at 1:54.89. In the 11-12-year-olds, Sarah Nunnally swam for a first in the 25-yard Butterfly and Aiden Pink came in first in the 100-yard IM at 1:42.75.
Of the 9-10 year-olds, Scarlet Freshwater scored a first place finish in the 25-yard Butterfly. Under-10 saw Kaikynn Munoz come in first in the 100-yard IM.
Under-8, Vikrum Kahlon came in first in the 25-yard Breaststroke with a 38.19.
Also in the 16-18-year-olds bracket saw Maddie Peeler finish in first in the 100-yard Butterfly, at 1:39.25, while Andrew Haverdink came in first in the 50-yard Backstroke at 43.41, in the 11-12 group, and Katherine Magana scored a first in the 25-yard Freestyle, at 21.16 in the under-8-year-old category
The Barracudas traveled to Patterson for a meet last Friday, July 8, but scores have not been reported. They are scheduled to be back at home to host their second swim meet against the Pirates this Friday, at the Riverbank Community Pool.