MOULTRIE -- Colquitt County's Nic Price, Hannah Moore and Ryan Helms won their third gold medals and Carly Moore won her first in the final day of the Moose Moss Invitational on Sunday at the Moose Moss Aquatic Center.
Price completed his sweep of all three boards in the boys 13-and-under age group when he won on the 3-meter board on Saturday.
His 292.60 points left him 47 points ahead of second-place Chris Plante of West Florida Diving. Alex Watson of the Atlanta Diving Association was third.
Price also won the 1-meter competition on Friday and took the gold medal in the platform event on Saturday.
Hannah Moore and Helms each entered four events in the annual meet, which drew more than 70 divers to the diving well. And each took three gold medals and a silver.
Helms finished an outstanding meet by winning the boys 15-and-under 3-meter springboard event with a 407.80
Jonathan Fennelly of Georgia Diving was more than 53 points back at 354.45.
Helms also won the 15-and-under platform and 1-meter events and finished second with a strong effort in the senior men's open 3-meter competition.
Owen Blank was third with a 330.55. Blank had second-, third- and fourth-place finishes in the meet.
Hannah Moore also concluded a dominating meet by winning the girls 15-and-under 1-meter competition on Sunday.
She turned in a score of 356.30, to win over Baylee Ellson of North Florida Diving, who was second with a 343.55, and Moss Farms teammate Anna Aguero, who was third with a 322.25.
Aguero won four bronze medals in the three-day meet.
Ivey Simpson finished 12th with a 162.60.
Like Helms, Moore won on all three boards in her age group and came in second in the senior open 3-meter.
That second-place finish was just .1 of a point away from being her fourth gold medal of the meet.
Carly Moore's gold medal on Sunday came in the girls 13-and-under 1-meter event. She scored a 270.85 and won by more than 41 points over a pair of Moss Farms teammates.
Maddie Qurnell was second with a 229.55 and Ann Perry Blank finished third with a 228.85.
Those three also took the top three places in the 3-meter event on Friday, with Blank taking the gold, Moore finishing second and Qurnell coming in third.
Megan Cook finished 11th in the event.
Moss Farms' Jody Nichols dove in the 13-and-under novice group and scored a 142.85.
Also on Sunday, Libby McCrary scored a 79.50 to edge Moss Farms teammate Alden Rykard by three points in the girls 9-and-under novice 1-meter.
Nick Taylor had a 73.50 in the boys 9-and-under novice 1-meter.
In Sunday's girls 11-and-under 1-meter springboard, Moss Farms' Elizabeth Kirkland placed third with a 167.25.
Leah Piemonte was fourth with a 159.45; Carly Banks was 10th with a 138.75; and Audrey Couch was 11th with a 123.90.
Brittany Mathers of West Florida Diving took the gold medal with a 169.05.
Erin Howard of Moss Farms had an 82.50 in the girls 11-and-under novice 1-meter.
Austin Hampton of West Florida Diving won the boys 18-and-under platform event over teammate Alex Tilbrook.
Sara Ohr of Atlanta Diving scored a 376.25 to win the girls 18-and-under platform.
Kaci Ressler of West Florida Diving was second with a 253.35.
Divers will now begin preparations for regional and zone competition leading to the Junior National Champion-ships, to be held Aug. 9-13 at the Moose Moss Aquatic Center.