Three swimmers won the High-Point Awards for their age divisions last weekend to lead Club Olympia to a sixth-place finish out of 12 teams in the SWAC Fall in the Pool Invitational in Fort Wayne.

Misha Machavariani won nine of his 10 events to score 197 points, not only the most for 10-year-old boys, but his total score was higher than any other swimmer in the meet. On the first day of competition, Machavariani swam 5 minutes, 48.74 seconds to put him as the 19th-fastest 9-10-year-old boy in the 500-yard freestyle.

Brady Beyer won seven of his eight events in the 12-year-old boys division to score 157 points and had his personal-best times in six of those events. Beyer also moved into the top 10 in the nation for 11-12 boys in the 200 breaststroke. His time of 2:22.72 ranks him fourth in the nation.

Nalanie Cortez won seven of her eight races in the 12-year-old girls division to score 157 points. She is ranked in the top 25 in the nation in six events for 11-12 girls and is eighth in the 50 butterfly and ninth in the 100 freestyle.

Daniella Preston was the next highest scorer for Club Olympia, finishing with 147 points to finish as runner-up in high point for the 10-year old girls. She achieved best times in eight of her 10 events.

The next highest scorer was Sanaa Kulkarni with 126 points from her 10 swims in the 8-and-under girls events. She finished in second in the 100 freestyle and was third in the 25 breaststroke, 25 butterfly and 100 individual medley.

Pratt Badve scored 96 points in his six events. He won the 12-year-old 50 backstroke and was second in the 100 backstroke.

Lovely Panda scored 70 points in her 10 swims in the 8-and-under girls age group. Arjun Bhadoria scored 61 points in his six races for 12-year-old boys.

Nandini Kondhare scored in nine of her 10 8-and-under girls events to get 48 points, and was second in the 100 Backstroke. Aidan Castillo scored 39 points in the 11-year-old boys age group.

Others scoring points for Club Olympia included Maddie Beyer, Maggie Johnson, Brooklyn Pendleton and Jahnavi Venugopal. Also swimming in the meet were Abigail Castillo and Jay Venugopal.