The Wilton High boys swim and dive team won for the second time in three days with a 94-76 victory over Trumbull on Monday, evening its record at 3-3.

The Eagles had more first-place finishes, with wins in five of the eight individual swims and one of the three relays.

But the Warriors, in addition to winning five individual swims and two relays, piled up the second-, third- and fourth-place points, with a 48-26 advantage.

Leading the way once again for Wilton was Jack Lewis, who was first in both in the 200-yard individual medley and 100-yard freestyle, and Rory Hess, who won the 100-yard butterfly

Wilton also took first and third in both the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay.

Jackson Dill finished second in both the 50 free and 100 free, with other second-place showings by Ryan Looney (100 backstroke) and James Steward (500 free).

Third-place finishes were produced by Nate Snyder (100 back), Jason Cai (100 breaststroke), Kevin Hu (200 free), Matt Schaller (200 IM), and Matt Lamanna (100 butterfly).

Placing fourth were Alex Li (100 breast), Maxwell Downing (200 free, 500 free), Hess (50 free), Schaller (100 fly) and Hu (100 free).

For Trumbull, Anthony Lemma was a double winner, taking first in the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.

Other winners were Bowen Redgate (50 freestyle), Rohit Gunda (500 freestyle) and Liam Crecca (100 backstroke).

Westhill-Stamford

Wilton was coming off a 100-78 win over Westhill-Stamford last Friday.

Lewis and Hu were both double winners. Lewis took first in the 50 free and 100 back, and Hu won both the 200 IM and 500 free. Wilton also got a win from Hess in the 100 butterfly and from Steward in the diving.

Secord-place finishes were secured by Hess (200 IM), Schaller (200 free), Jason Cai (100 breast) and Snyder (100 back), with third-place showings by Downing (200 free), Lamanna (100 fly), Steward (100 free), Schaller (500 free), Li (100 breast) and Looney (100 back).

Wilton won the 200 free relay with the team of Dill, Jess, Steward and Hu.