Elliott Lewis, Logan Kier, Tristan Freitas-Scott and Caleb Bishop all turned in dominant performances while propelling Ceres High's varsity boys swim program to a runner-up finish at Western Athletic Conference Championships on April 29 at Pacheco High School.
Lewis placed first in the 50 free and 100 breast.
Elliott finished fifth in both events last year.
Kier placed first in the 500 free and second in the 200 free.
Logan finished fifth in the 500 free in 2016.
Freitas-Scott placed first in the 100 free and second in the 200 IM.
Bishop placed first in the 100 back and third in the 200 IM.
Caleb finished second in the 100 back and sixth in the 200 IM this past spring.
Ceres High's 200 medley relay team of Bishop, Lewis, Freitas-Scott and Kier placed first.
Ceres High's 400 free relay team of Bishop, Lewis, Freitas-Scott and Logan Kier placed first.
Bulldog teammates Connor Mills, Christian Pelayo, Mark Razo, Daniel McElwain, Jacob Backman, Adam Rantz and Noah Rantz participated as well.
Mills placed second in the 500 free and fourth in the 100 fly.
Pelayo placed seventh in the 100 back and eighth in the 100 free.
Razo placed ninth in the 100 free and 10th in the 50 free.
McElwain placed 11th in the 100 back and 12th in the 50 free.
Backman placed 11th in the 100 breast and 16th in the 50 free.
Adam Rantz placed 10th in the 100 breast and 12th in the 200 free.
Noah Rantz placed 13th in the 200 free.
Christian Oliver, Cesar Armas, Marcus Murillo, Andy Jacinto, Will Sprouse and Aaron Magana represented Central Valley at the league championships.
Oliver placed seventh in the 50 free and 100 free.
Armas placed seventh in the 100 breast and 11th in the 200 free.
Murillo placed 17th in the 50 free and 18th in the 100 free.
Jacinto placed 20th in the 100 free and 22nd in the 50 free.
Sprouse placed 25th in the 50 free.
Magana placed 28th in the 50 free.
Ceres High racked up 130 points at the WAC Championships.
Los Banos (162) claimed the team title.
Livingston (86), Pacheco (81), Patterson (27) and Central Valley (14) took third, fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively.
Ceres High placed second with a 4-1 record during the conference dual-meet season.
Short-handed Central Valley (0-5) finished in last place.