Curtis Ogren and the Palo Alto Stanford Aquatic Club 400 medley relay team saved their best for the last day of the Speedo Junior National Championships in Irvine on Friday.
Ogren, a senior at St. Francis High, finished third in the 200 individual medley, the 400 medley relay team finished second and PASA finished sixth overall after starting the day in tenth.
The PASA girls team finished seventh overall, using the final two days of the meet to make leap from 12th. The boys scored 114 total points and the girls added 102.
Ogren, who finished second in the 400 IM earlier in the week, went 2:03.45 to add another top three finish to his efforts.
Ogren was joined by Joseph Kmak, Andrew Liang and Byron Sanborn to finish second in the medley relay with a speedy 3:47.82. It took a meet record swim by the Nation's Capital (3:46.23) to beat PASA.
Sacred Heart Prep senior Ally Howe completed her meet with another appearance in a B final and helping the medley relay team to a 12th place finish.
Howe went 2:17.90 to finish 11th overall in the 200 IM, while Sarah Kaunitz finished 14th overall in the 50 free, swimming a 26.35.
Howe and Kaunitz were joined by Heidi Katter and Jennifer Campbell for the medley relay and a time of 4:18.18.
The PASA medley relay team of Marie-Pierre Delisle, Lisa Kaunitz, Amy Lubawy, Alexandria Hubel went 4:23.23 to finish 28th.