LYNNWOOD — The Edmonds-Woodway boys swim team won nine of the 11 events, but the Warriors needed a victory in the 400-yard freestyle relay to secure an 85-84 win over a deep Lake Stevens team on Tuesday night.
Lake Stevens, which was hurt by the fact one of its best athletes, diver Chase Reid, didn’t compete (there was no diving portion of Tuesday’s meet), got victories from AJ Carr in the 50 free and the 100 backstroke.
Edmonds-Woodway got multiple victories from Alex Nguyenle (100 butterfly, 100 breaststroke) and Peter Doolittle (200 individual medley, 500 free), and wins from Ken Weller (200 free) and Max Takacs (100 free). Doolittle, Nguyenle, Weller and Takacs all helped Edmonds-Woodway get victories in the 200 medley and 400 free relays.
At Lynnwood Pool
200 medley relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Peter Doolittle, Alex Nguyenle, Ken Weller, Max Takacs) 1:51.01; 200 freestyle—Weller (EW) 2:07.40; 200 individual medley—Doolittle (EW) 2:08.74; 50 freestyle—AJ Carr (LS) 24.8; Diving—Not held; 100 butterfly—Nguyenle (EW) 1:00.79; 100 freestyle—Takacs (EW) 55.35; 500 freestyle—Doolittle (EW) 5:14.18; 200 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Nathan Draper, Justin Jolly, Sunny Lee, Ricky Warren) 1:50.01; 100 backstroke—Carr (LS) 1:03.54; 100 breaststroke—Nguyenle (EW) 1:06.72; 400 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Takacs, Weller, Nguyenle, Doolittle) 3:42.36. Records—Lake Stevens 7-4 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 3-5.