Girls Diving: State qualifier

Marysville Pilchuck High School

*—State qualifier

Class 2A

1. Ariel McGavock, Bellingham, 292.2 points*; 2. Madi Krussow, Squalicum, 283*; 3. Reilly Krueger, Archbishop Murphy, 277. 4. Sierra Bequette, Archbishop Murphy, 259.50; 5. Sunni Sternhagen, Bellingham, 199.65

Class 3A

1. Brooke Wherley, Marysville Getchell, 372.25* (school record); 2. Annika Dayton, Glacier Peak, 296.65; 3. Alex Pimental, Marysville Getchell, 277.90; 4. Mercedes Belka, Shorewood, 259.30; 5. Kelsey Southwick, Everett, 208.65

Class 4A

1. Ashley Albrecht, Cascade, 327.70*; 2. Lindzey Maddox, Kamiak, 249.70; 3. Gabriella Alonso, Jackson, 209.90.

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