The Galt Gators found themselves in an unusual spot on July 13 as they were bested 419-399 by Dixon on the road.

Still, they had a constant from last week as Luke Ortega, who has been on a streak over the past three meets, once again broke his own record.

Ortega broke his Gator record in the 11-12 boys butterfly race with his time of 28.65 seconds.

Ortega later won the boys 11-12 50 free with his time of 27.09 seconds and he won the 11-12 50 backstroke in 32.66 seconds.

In the girls 11-12 200 medley relay, the Gator team of Taylor Klein, Laura Hughes, Madalyn Truong-Him and Kamille Jackson won with their time of 2:28.89. Klein also won the 100 IM with her time of 1:17.43.

Truong-Him also won the 50 backstroke in 36.25 seconds. Truong-Him also won the 100 free with her time of 1:06.01.

In the boys 11-12 200 medley relay, Adam Behrmann, Jackson Lagana, Luke Ortega and Leyton Munoz won with their time of 2:21.12.

In the girls 13-14 200 medley relay, Sofia Munoz, Elexa Flores, Ann Carey and Karleigh Richmond won with their time of 2:07.80. Munoz also won the girls 13-14 50 free with her time of 26.93 seconds and won the 50 backstroke, as well, in 31.79 seconds. Munoz later won the 50 butterfly in 29.87 seconds.

Joshua Bustamante, Jacob Huck, Orlando Ortega Jr. and Jack VanWarmerdam won the boys 13-14 200 medley relay with their time of 2:15.95.

Huck won the 50 free with his time of 25.47 seconds. Huck later won the 100 free with his time of 57.84 seconds. Huck also won the 50 butterfly in 28.88 seconds.

Bustamante won the boys 13-14 100 IM with his time of 1:09.68. Bustamante also won the 50 backstroke in 34.71 seconds and the 50 breaststroke with his time of 35.12 seconds.

In the girls 15-18 200 medley relay, Aryana Ortega, Helen Carey, Marie Carey and Fernanda Sanchez won with their time of 2:08.13.

Sanchez also won the 50 free in 26.91 seconds and later won the 100 free in 58.75 seconds.

The boys 15-18 200 medley relay team of Zachary Hanashiro, Shea Graham, Dylan Klein and Gabriel Williams won with their time of 2:08.21. Klein later won the 50 free in 25.57 seconds. Graham won the 100 backstroke in 1:09.05. Graham later won the 100 breaststroke with his time of 1:11.68.

In the boys 11-12 100 IM, John Pilegaard won with his time of 1:19.71. Pilegaard also won the 100 free with his time of 1:08.14.

Ann Carey won the girls 13-14 100 IM with her time of 1:08.46 and also won the 100 free with her time of 59.21 seconds. Carey also won the 50 breaststroke with her time of 36.34 seconds.

Helen Carey won the girls 15-18 100 IM with her time of 1:07.49 as well as the 50 butterfly, in which she finished in 28.82 seconds.

In the boys 7-8 25 freestyle, John Carey won with his time of 16.94 seconds. Carey also won the boys 7-8 50 free with his time of 39.04 seconds. Carey won his third race of the day in the 25 butterfly, in which he cruised to a 20.27 finish.

In the girls 9-10 50 free, Maggie Thomlinson won with her time of 35.15 seconds.

In the boys 7-8 25 breaststroke, Parker Graham won with his time of 26.90 seconds.

In the boys 9-10 25 breaststroke, Morgan Moeras won with his time of 21.08 seconds.

Clare Pilegaard won the girls 15-18 100 breaststroke with her time of 1:16.12.

Dylan Klein won the boys 15-18 50 butterfly with his time of 29.38 seconds.

In the boys 7-8 100 free relay, Maxx Thomlinson, Graham, Joseph Bustamante and Carey won with their time of 1:24.71.

The Dolphins won the next two relays before the Gator girls 11-12 200 free relay team of Truong-Him, Jackson, Laura Hughes and Klein won with their time of 2:08.03.

Leyton Munoz, Adam Behrmann, Pilegaard and Ortega won the 200 free relay as well with their time of 2:02.36.

In the girls 13-14 200 free relay, Munoz, Flores, Richmond and Carey won with their time of 1:55.34.

The girls 15-18 200 free relay team of Sanchez, Jasmine Truong-Him, Marie Carey and Helen Carey won with their time of 1:51.85.

The Dolphins then won the final race to end the day.

The Gators will next prepare for the Eureka Conference Championships, which take place July 20-21 at the Roseville Aquatic Center.