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Snohomish girls swim teams take three of four matches from Marysville schools

  • Glacier Peak swimmer Tyrianna Hermanson looks up at her teammates after finishing her race at the Marysville Pilchuck High School pool during a girls ...

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    Glacier Peak swimmer Tyrianna Hermanson looks up at her teammates after finishing her race at the Marysville Pilchuck High School pool during a girls swim meet Thursday.

  • Glacier Peak swimmer Bekah Russell cheers on her teammates during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursday.

    Purchase Photo Reprint Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Glacier Peak swimmer Bekah Russell cheers on her teammates during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursday.

  • Glacier Peak swimmer Myrinda Wolitarsky competes in the 100 yard butterfly during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursd...

    Purchase Photo Reprint Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Glacier Peak swimmer Myrinda Wolitarsky competes in the 100 yard butterfly during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursday.

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  • Glacier Peak swimmer Tyrianna Hermanson looks up at her teammates after finishing her race at the Marysville Pilchuck High School pool during a girls ...

    Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Glacier Peak swimmer Tyrianna Hermanson looks up at her teammates after finishing her race at the Marysville Pilchuck High School pool during a girls swim meet Thursday.

  • Glacier Peak swimmer Bekah Russell cheers on her teammates during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursday.

    Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Glacier Peak swimmer Bekah Russell cheers on her teammates during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursday.

  • Glacier Peak swimmer Myrinda Wolitarsky competes in the 100 yard butterfly during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursd...

    Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Glacier Peak swimmer Myrinda Wolitarsky competes in the 100 yard butterfly during a girls swim meet at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool Thursday.

MARYSVILLE -- Technically there were four teams, although it felt more like there was just two.
In a battle of two co-operative teams, the Snohomish schools (Glacier Peak and Snohomish) against the Marysville schools (Pilchuck and Getchell) the former came out on top 3-1 Thursday afternoon at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
Glacier Peak defeated the Tomahawks (102-84) and the Chargers (136-33), Snohomish defeated Getchell (124-42) and Marysville Pilchuck defeated Snohomish (99-88).
Marysville Pilchuck/Getchell coach Jaci LeGore-Hodgins said that Rob Serviss, the Glacier Peak/Snohomish coach, has been a "counselor" for her after he dealt with the addition of another school a couple years before in Snohomish.
"When I'm not sure, I ask, 'What would Rob do?'" LeGore-Hodgins said.
The Tomahawks' Hannah Taylor (200 freestyle) and Melody Coleman (200 individual medley) each had state-qualifying times in individual events and were on the 200 freestyle relay team -- along with Rebekah Pusateri and Madison Mossnagle -- that swam a state qualifying time of 1:46.24.
Ella Brooks also had a state-qualifying time for Snohomish in the 200 IM (2:13.64), finishing in second behind Coleman. The Marysville Getchell 400 freestyle relay team of Lia Mullen-Gaffney, Emma Beauchamp, Rachel Hartmeyer and Jordan Kercheval notched a school record with a time of 4:21.8
The four small teams looked like two big teams around the pool. Glacier Peak and Snohomish players put their arms around their shoulders and jumped and cheered -- and did the wave -- while the Getchell and Pilchuck seniors were honored in a ceremony together with red and green balloons.
"It's fun to still be able to coach the Tomahawks," said LeGore-Hodgins, who has coached the MP program for 21 years, even though she now teaches at Getchell. "It's fun being a Tomahawk-Charger. It's a good combo."
At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.
Team Scores: Glacier Peak 98, Marysville Pilchuck 86; Glacier Peak 136, Marysville Getchell 33; Marysville Pilchuck 97, Snohomish 90; Snohomish 124, Marysville Getchell 42
200 medley relay–Snohomish (Hannah Pieper, Alyssa Hyland, Ella Brooks, Shelby Garrison) 1:58.39; 200 freestyle–Hannah Taylor (MP) 1:57.21*; 200 individual medley–Melody Coleman (MP) 2:12.46*; Ella Brooks (S) 2:13.64*; 50 freestyle–Shelby Garrison (S) 25.57; Diving–Ary Hoyt (MP); Annika Dayton (GP); 100 butterfly–Hyland (GP) 1:05.08; 100 freestyle–Shelby Garrison (S) 55.90; 500 freestyle–Hannah Taylor (MP) 5:25.19; 200 freestyle relay–Marysville Pilchuck (Melody Coleman, Rebekah Pusateri, Hannah Taylor, Madison Rossnagle) 1:46.24*; 100 backstroke–Melody Coleman (MP) 1:03.17; 100 breaststroke–Alyssa Hyland (S) 1:12.29; 400 freestyle relay–Snohomish (Ella Brooks, Katarina Behla, Hannah Pieper, Shelby Garrison) 4:00.12.
*Denotes 3A state qualifying time

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