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February 16, 2008 at 3:22 PM

Swimming update

4A update from Josh Mayers:

What a day for WesCo swimmers. Sure Snohomish captured its third-straight title, but the conference had three teams in the top four and won seven events.

Panthers sophomore Garren Riechel was named 4A Swimmer of the Year and broke a meet record in the 100-yard breaststroke that had stood since 1990.

Here are the individual winners:

200 medley relay–Snohomish, 1:36.87

200 free–Sean Nesheim, Cascade, 1:41.17

200 IM–John Hu, Oak Harbor, 1:54.64

50 free–Jake Kaija, Wilson, 21.94

Diving–Ben Nicholas, Bothell, 413.70

100 fly–Cody Roberts, Richland, 49.23

100 free–Seth Parker, Central Kitsap, 46.90

500 free–Bryan Michaels, Shorewood, 4:35.20

200 free relay–Kamiak, 1:28.19

100 back–Cole Scarbrough, Mount Tahoma, 51.77

100 breast–Garren Riechel, Snohomish, 56.06

400 free relay–Snohomish, 3:13.38

Mercer Island just won the Class 2A/3A with the most points and the largest margin of victory in the meet’s history. The Islanders finished with 374 points, 204 ahead of second-place Newport. Kennedy finished third.


200 medley relay: Kennedy

200 freestyle: Murray Longbotham, Mercer Island

200 IM: Owen Wurzbacher, Lakeside

50 freestyle: Ethan Hallowell, Eastside Catholic

Diving: Beau Riebe, Mercer Island

100 butterfly: Tyler Hayden, Shorecrest

100 freestyle: Ethan Hallowell, Eastside Catholic

200 free relay: Kennedy

500 freestyle: Mac Lowry, Mt. Rainier

100 backstroke: Peter Lee, Timberline

100 breaststroke: Kevin Munsch, Kennedy

400 free relay: Mercer Island



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