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Published: Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Prep boys swimming: Archbishop Murphy 85, Lynden 84

LYNDEN -- Stephen Boden swam state-qualifying times to win the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke to lead defending state champion Archbishop Murphy to a one-point victory over Lydnen in a big Class 2A showdown. Boden also swam on the victorious Murphy 200 medley and 400 free relay teams. Austin Barnard swam a state-qualifying time to win the 500 free.
At Lynden YMCA
200 medley relay--Archbishop Murphy (Austin Barnard, Bryce Lewis-Smith, Anthony Mikhail, Stephen Boden) 1:51.43; 200 freestyle--R. Knapp (L) 2:06.21; 200 individual medley--Mikhail (AM) 2:19.63; 50 freestyle--D. Traina (L) 27.22; 100 butterfly--Boden (AM) 55.77*; 100 freestyle--Lewis-Smith (AM) 57.29; 500 freestyle--Barnard (AM) 4:58.37*; 200 freestyle relay--Lynden (Williams, Woodgard, Knapp, Traina) 1:46.74; 100 backstroke--Barnard (AM) 58.04*; 100 breaststroke--Boden (AM) 1:03.68*; 400 freestyle relay--Archbishop Murphy (Mikhail, Barnard, Lewis-Smith, Boden 3:46.17.
*denotes state qualifying time

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