Minot's depth won the day as the Magicians rolled to 566 points and the team title of the Mandan Invite on Saturday.
The Magicians got wins from William Rozo-Walker (500-yard freestyle) and Easton Evanoff (100 backstroke). Century finished second in the seven-team meet with 487 points.
Host Mandan had a strong day, collecting a meet-leading six victories.
Joey Clark and Matheus Pimenta each earned doubles individually.
Clark blazed two a pair of victories in the sprints.
In the 50 free, Clark touched first in 22.80 seconds. He added a win in the 100 free. Clark's 50.43 edged out Eric Krug of Bismarck High (50.61)
Pimenta earned another win in the 200 individual medley. Mandan's foreign exchange student from Brazil edged out Chris Birnbaum of Century, 2:04.82-2:05.66.
Pimenta also led a 1-2 Braves' finish in the 100 breaststroke with TJ Reinhardt, 1:05.23 to 1:06.26.
Defending state champion diver Johnny Mindt continued his winning ways on the diving board in another tight race over Josh Pikarski of Century. Mindt amassed 454.95 in his 11 dives. Pikarski was right behind -- 452.40.
Mandan also picked up a relay win as Clark led off the Braves' 400 free team. David Hoffman, Reinhardt and Pimenta teamed for a time of 3:23.18 to narrowly edge Century (3:23.57).
Century continued to flex its relay muscles.
In the 200 medley relay, the Patriots' power-packed quartet of Charles Koebele, Jayden Porter, Trysten Ruhland and Will Dohrmann were three seconds better than Minot.
It was Chris Birnbaum, Dohrmann, Ryan Johnson and Adam Nodland combining for 1:32.35 to just edge Mandan's 1:32.90 in the 200 free relay.
Williston got one win on the day as Rhys Enget took the 100 butterfly in a time of 57.53.