Madison’s boys swim team scored nine individual wins to claim its own invitational for the second-straight year on Saturday.

The Cubs scored 305 points to out-distance Batesville’s 237. North Harrison was third with 201 and Silver Creek placed fourth with 38.

The Madison girls, meanwhile, scored three wins and placed third with 196 points. North Harrison won the girls meet with 339, Batesville was second with 345 and Silver Creek placed fourth with 96.

“We are seeing the hard work our kids are putting in each day pay off with more time drops,” Madison coach Ashley Schutte said. “We are very pleased with the results and so appreciate the energy, efforts and attitudes of those who have bought into and are trusting the process ... This season will be a journey of growth and development and we are very excited to see where it takes us as a team!”

Carter Schutte and Trenton Schmidt each played a part in four wins for the Madison boys while Jack Kelsey and Eoin McMahon were in on three wins each.

The quartet teamed up to win a pair of relays — the 200-yard medley relay in 1:55.14 and the 200 freestyle relay in 1:41.67.

Individually, Schutte also won the 200 free in 2:02.84 and the 100 free in 55.26 while Schmidt won the 200 individual medley in 2:25.37 and the 100 butterfly in a personal-best 1:02.73. McMahon won the 50 free in 25.10 and Kelsey won the 100 breaststroke in 1:11.36.

Casey Anderson had Madison’s other win with a personal-best time of 1:07.38 in the 100 backstroke.

Other top three finishes for the Madison boys were: Kelsey, second, 200 IM, 2:29.00; Anderson, second, 100 free, 57.21; Leighton Wielgoszinski, second, 500 free, 6:17.16; McMahon, second, 100 breast, 1:12.49; Luke Bryant, Wielgoszinski, Nolan Willhite and Anderson, second, 400 free relay, 4:20.,28; and Bryant, third, 50 free, 26.21 and third, 100 fly, 1:06.43.

Val Gonzalez scored three wins for the Madison girls — the 50 free in 25.13, the 100 free in 1:00.99 and teamed up with Tabetha Jameison, Anne Grady and Erika Hazelwood to win the 200 medley relay in 2:15.87.

Other top three finishes for the girls were: Katie Royce, second, 500 free, 6:48.14; Jameison, second, 100 breast, 1:33.56; Grady, Jameison, Hazelwood and Gonzalez, second, 200 free relay, 2:01.32; and Grady, third, 100 free, 1:10.13.

Madison hosts Floyd Central on Tuesday.