Prep boys swimming: Edmonds District Meet

At Shoreline Pool

Team scores—Edmonds-Woodway 315, Meadowdale 239, Mount Vernon 206, Mountlake Terrace 197, Lynnwood 86

200 medley relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Peter Doolittle, Alex Nguyenle, Ken Weller, Orion O’Malley) 1:50.29; 200 freestyle—Wyatt Allemann (MT) 2:07.67; 200 individual medley—Sam Armentrout (MT) 2:10.50; 50 freestyle—O’Malley (EW) 23.15; 100 butterfly—Weller (EW) 58.95; 100 freestyle—O’Malley (EW) 53.49; 500 freestyle—Doolittle (EW) 5:22.05; 200 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon (JP Sumayung, Tanner Weymouth, Gunnar Magnuson, David Groesbeck) 1:45.64; 100 backstroke—Doolittle (EW) 1:01.73; 100 breaststroke—Nguyenle (EW) 1:05.57; 400 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Doolittle, Weller, Nguyenle, O’Malley) 3:42.97.

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