Boone left the MCB pool Tuesday with a 96-62 win over Perry in girls swimming action.
Haileigh Kenyon won both the 50 and 100 freestyle races for the Jayettes, touching in 27.24 seconds in the former and on 60.05 seconds in the latter. Serenity Ewing was fourth, in 29.49, in the 50 free, with Haley Vaughn third in the 100 free with a personal-best time of 1 minute, 6.71 seconds.
Serenity Ewing gave Perry points for first place in the 100 backstroke by winning in 1:14.7, with Marquez, Vaughn, Hailee Dencklau and Taylor Wieland winning the 400 free relay in 4:48.43.
Shaleah Ewing was second in the 100 butterfly (1:12.41) and 200 individual medley (2:31.43) with Wieland third in the 200 IM (2:47.19) while Wieland was third (6:51.2) and Marquez fourth (7:14.49) in the 500 free.
Vaughn and Dencklau were 3-5, in 1:24.25 and 1:30.41, respectively, in the 100 breaststroke, with Dencklau fourth and Marquez fifth, in 2:34.48 and 2:49.34, in the 200 free.
Wieland, Kenyon and the Ewing sisters combined for a second-place time of 2:10.84 in the 200 medley relay, with the Ewing’s, Vaughn and Kenyon second in the 200 free relay in 1:54.71.
Perry was coming off a 96-66 setback to host Des Moines North in a dual meet Oct. 10.
The Jayettes were without junior Serenity Ewing, leaving a roster of just seven to face a Polar Bear team that suited 16 swimmers. The difference showed in most events, as the hosts were able to simply out-point Perry by means of having additional entrants, a bugbear that the Jayettes have had to battle all season.
Kenyon won two events for Perry, claiming the 50 freestyle in 27.71 seconds and the 100 free in 1 minute 3.75 seconds. Shannon Hellyer was fifth in both events, touching in 54.97 and 2:07.37, respectively.
Wieland was first and Marquez second in the 500 free in times of 6:41.41 and 7:07.27, with the pair joined by Dencklau and Vaughn in winning the 400 free relay in 4:42.25.
Wieland was second in the 100 backstroke (1:22.96), with Vaughn second (1:23.15) and Dencklau third (1:29.25) in the 100 breaststroke while Dencklau touched second (2:34.40) and Marquez third (2:48.73) in the 200 free.
Shaleah Ewing was second in both the 200 individual medley (2:35.64) and 100 butterfly (1:13.05) while pairing with Vaughn, Kenyon and Wieland for second in the 200 medley relay (2:18.32). Ewing, Dencklau, Vaughn and Kenyon also scored runner-up points for the guests in the 200 free relay by finishing in 2:00.19.
The Jayettes host Algona and Carroll Monday in their final home meet of the season. The team will honor seniors Dencklau, Wieland, Shaleah Ewing and Shannon Hellyer during the meet.