Short on numbers, Central Valley High School's varsity swim program had success during its individual races and relays while losing to El Capitan last week.
"The kids did awesome," Hawks head coach Sarah Williams said. "For the most part, they all improved their times. That's nice to see."
Central Valley's varsity girls team dropped to 0-4 in the Western Athletic Conference dual-meet standings following its 130-29 loss to the Gauchos on Friday at Ceres High.
Leilani Ortiz placed first in the 50 free and fourth in the 100 breast.
Brenda Romo placed fourth in the 200 free.
Nina Kees placed fourth in the 500 free.
Daniela Sandoval placed fourth in the 100 free and sixth in the 50 free.
Kylie Smith placed fifth in the 50 free and 100 free.
Leticia Sandoval placed fifth in the 500 free.
Central Valley's 200 free relay team of Ortiz, Romo, Leticial Sandoval and Lisa Serna placed second.
Central Valley's 400 free relay team of Smith, Romo, Leticia Sandoval and Daniel Sandoval placed second.
Central Valley's 400 free relay team of Benjamin, Batth, Kees, Brianna Garcia, Mia Benjamin and Amy Batth placed third.
Central Valley's 200 medley relay team of Serna, Ortiz, Romo and Leticia Sandoval placed third.
Central Valley's winless boys team (0-4) lost 144-23 to El Capitan.
Cesar Armas placed second in the 100 breast and fourth in the 200 free.
Christian Oliver placed second in the 50 free and fourth in the 100 back.
Vince Castaneda placed fourth in the 200 IM.
Ryan Miceli placed fourth in the 100 free and fifth in the 50 free.
Andy Jacinto placed fifth in the 100 free.
Logan Kenworthy placed sixth in the 100 free.
Central Valley's 200 free relay team of Cesar Armas, Ryan Miceli, Christian Oliver and Vince Castaneda placed second.
Central Valley's 200 medley relay team of Oliver, Armas, Castaneda and Miceli placed third.