Stein also placed in the top 10 in three events. He was sixth in the free (1:00.41) and fourth in the 50-meter backstroke (31.95) and 50 breast (34.39).
In the girls 8-and-under, Mimi Deoliveira, was second in the 25-meter fly (19:47) and 10th in the 25-meter breast (22.91) and in the boys 8-and-under, Noah Mays, was eighth in the 25-meter back (22.60) and Alfie Aldave, placed ninth in the back (22.66).
Aldave was also fifth in the 25-meter fly behind teammate Noah Mays (20.52). Mays was ninth in the breast (26.06).
In the girls 9-10 25-meter back, Rollingwood’s Noelle Saxton was fourth (18.96).
Elizabeth Perry was strong in the 15-18 girls, placing eighth in the 50-meter breast (34.20) and fifth in the fly (31.27).