The top 12 finishers in each event earned a medal. No local diver returned empty-handed, as every athlete captured at least two.
Witt is the only member of the group who doesn't compete for the Rose Bowl Aquatic Divers. Instead, she is a member of USC-based Trojan Dive Club.
Creedon was the only boy representing La Cañada at the Arizona competition. In the 11-and-under boys grouping, he finished seventh on platform (184.95), ninth on 3-meter (204.00) and 14th on the 1-meter (184.75) in Junior Nationals.
Kara Bradley and Okland dove in the 11-and-under girls' section. Kara was as fifth on platform (173.55), ninth in 1-meter (206.55) and 20th on 3-meter (183.70) in Junior Nationals.
Kara Bradley said she was nervous going into the competition, but as time went on, she became more comfortable.
"You just try to sit by yourself and not talk to people so you can focus on your dive," she said.
Okland earned sixth on the 3-meter (170.70) and ninth on platform (115.85) in the Age Group Nationals.
Bender, Kyla Bradley and Witt all competed in the 12-13-year-old girls' division. Bender came in 13th on platform (241.90) in Junior Nationals and sixth on the 1-meter (223.65) and sixth on 3-meter (262.30) in Age Group Nationals.
Bender ended up meeting her goal of finishing in the top 10 on the 1- and 3-meter spring boards.
"I improved my scores on both boards," Bender said. "It's my personal goal to always be improving on my national ranking."
Kyla Bradley finished third on platform (251.85) and 10th on 1-meter (216.25) in the Age Group Nationals. She also dove in the 3-meter in Junior Nationals, placing 24th (232.70).
Witt placed in third on platform (294.25), fifth on 1-meter (259.65) and 14th in the 3-meter (249.45) in the Junior Nationals. Her Trojan Club team also won the women's national title at juniors.