The Auburn Trojans held off the Auburn Riverside boys swimming and diving team on Thursday with a 90-86 score.
Ben Schwab was the winner of two events for the Trojans, capturing first in the 200-yard individual medley with a 2 minute, 34.08 second finish and first in the 100 butterfly with a 1:20.01.
In the 100 free Auburn swept the top-three placings, with Nikia Caldwell finishing first with a 1:03.38. Mike Spray was second with a 1:04.63 and Jake McInerny was third with a 1:10.79.
In the 100 breast Dylan Beauprey was first for Auburn with a 1:18.73.
The Trojans were first in the 200 free relay, with Spray, Edward Laventyev, Theo McBurney and Mason Black finishing with a 1:35.49 mark.
For the Ravens, senior Tye Dutcher was first in the 100 back, with a 1:01.88, and the 50 freestyle, with a 25.46.
Daniel Godfrey was first for the Ravens in the 500 free with a 6:08.30 and first in the 200 free with a 2:12.90.
Auburn Riverside’s Garrett Rosin was first in the diving competition with 207.14 points.
The Ravens also won the 200 medley relay with Dutcher, Godfrey, Armando Valencia and Mario Pimentel-Ramirez posting a 2:09.98 mark.
In the 400 free relay, Auburn Riverside came out on top with Godfrey, Pimental-Ramirez, Dutcher and Jimmy Marchant finishing with a 4:11.30.