The Lady Jays swam to first place in three races with the runners-up in three other races Wednesday at Lindbergh.

The Lady Flyers defeated Washington 202-100 in the dual meet.

“We won some firsts and had many improvements,” Head Coach Lane Page said.

Washington’s 200 medley relay team of Aubrie Moreland, Maddy Tchiblakian, McKenzie Dohm and Hannah Struckhoff started off the meet with a win in 2:30.

Kylee Perriman was the winner in the 50 freestyle race with a state consideration time of 27.50. She becomes the second Washington swimmer to post a state consideration time in the event, joining Dohm, who posted a time of 27.15 in the event back in November.

Holly Hoerstkamp was also the winner in the 100 backstroke, posting a time of 1:10.24.

The relay team of Moreland, Tchiblakian, Dohm and Struckhoff also swam second in the 400 freestyle relay. In the process, they lowered their previous state consideration time in the event from 4:21.94 to 4:20.47.

Tchiblakian placed second in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:24.08.

Jenna Loepker was the runner-up in the 100 freestyle with a time of 1:03.03.

In the 200 medley relay, Washington’s second team of Elizabeth Sander, Clairese Kluba, Darby Eime and Mikala Brune swam fourth. A third Washington team in the event — Bailey Bair, Zoe Sykes, Loepker and Perriman placed sixth.

The 200 freestyle relay team of Olivia Diederich, Tchiblakian, Perriman and Sander placed third. A second team of Kluba, Loepker, Sykes and Eime placed fifth.

Brune, Hoerstkamp, Kluba and Diederich swam fourth in the 400 freestyle relay and Bair, Perriman, Loepker and Eime placed sixth.

Moreland was third in the 200 individual medley and seventh in the 100 backstroke.

Eime placed third in the 100 butterfly.

Brune swam third in the 500 freestyle and sixth in the 100 butterfly.

Bair placed fourth in both the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke.

Sykes was the fourth-place finisher in the 500 freestyle and seventh in the 100 breaststroke.

Kluba finished fifth in the 200 individual medley and Hoerstkamp sixth.

Sander placed fifth in the 50 freestyle and Struckhoff was sixth.

Struckhoff was fifth in the 100 freestyle and Sander sixth.

Diederich placed fifth in the 100 breaststroke and sixth in the 200 freestyle.

Dohm also finished sixth in the 500 freestyle and seventh in the 100 butterfly.

Washington did not have a competitor in the one-meter diving competition, in which Lindbergh swept the top three positions unchallenged.